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I’ve discovered a new set of material that seems ideal to cover after I finish Heisig’s Remembering The Kanji series- the “CosCom 2001 Kanji Odyssey”.

Basically this teaches all kanji readings within the context of real vocabulary, separated into three volumes – the first contains the 555 Kanji that make up 60-70% of words that appear in newspaper & magazine articles, the second contains 555 that cover, with volume one, over 90%, and the third another 890 characters.

This seems worth doing even before I look at the JLPT-specific UNICOM Vocab book, as it seems designed very logically and systematically. There’s free material on the website for practising too.

Take a look.