Recently, I was thinking about rounding out my study materials with Wanikani. I have been using Bunpro for grammar of course. I have been using Anki for vocab which works for me. But for some reason I can’t seem to stick to anything strictly Kanji related.
I’ve used resources in the past such as Heisigs Remembering the Kanji, various Kanji flashcard programs, even made some cards with Migaku’s Kanji God Add on which is quite good, but does not offer a consistent path.
At this point through years of studying, reading, watching TV, and immersion, I probably know about 500-600 Kanji well, and am okay at about 1000 or so in total. There are still many gaps in my Kanji knowledge, and I am looking to take care of that sooner than later seeing that something like vocab is endless and I’ll probably always keep learning when it comes to that. But If I master those 2000 or so kanji, I’m thinking it’ll just make the vocab learning easier. The Kanji I currently know has most certainly made every other aspect of learning Japanese easier.
So, what do you guys think. Wanikani is probably a good value for someone who is starting from scratch, but would it be worth it to someone who has workable, but very scattered knowledge of Kanji?