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- We test our Japanese staff's knowledge of kanji by making them take a kanji
- To begin, the name of the test that our staff took is the Japan Kanji Aptitude Test (日本漢字能力検定/Nihon Kanji Nōryoku Kentei), which is also known colloquially as the “kanji kentei” (漢字検定) or the “kanken” (漢検) for short.
- The Kanji Kentei: Japan's Test of Characters and the American Who Passed Its
- From scenic night views to the culture and history of the Edo period (1603–1868), there's a kentei shiken, or certification exam, test you can take for almost everything.
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- Kanji characters are one of the most fascinating, but also the most troublesome, aspects of the Japanese language—and that goes not just for foreign learners but also for Japanese natives.
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- She's known for having passed the highest level of the notoriously difficult Kanji Kentei test, Kanken, at the young age of 14, earning her the nickname “Kanken Gyaru”.
- 2015 Kanji of the Year: “An” Juxtaposes Security and Unease
- As the year draws to a close, kanji lovers turn their attention to the famous 13-meter-high wooden platform at Kyoto's Kiyomizudera for the unveiling of the Kanji of the Year.
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