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Kanji De Manga Special Edition: Yojijukugo (English Edition) de [Kardy, Glenn, Chihiro Hattori]
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The fun, easy way to learn Japanese! This all-new entry in the popular Kanji de Manga series gives students their first look at "yojijukugo," idioms that are written with just four kanji characters.

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  • Formato: Versión Kindle
  • Tamaño del archivo: 17155 KB
  • Uso simultáneo de dispositivos: Sin límite
  • Editor: Japanime Co. Ltd. (21 de mayo de 2008)
  • Vendido por: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • ASIN: B002SN9H4C
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Really fun beginner(ish) tool - Format for Kindle FIXED! 11 de enero de 2015
Por Call of Kthalia - Publicado en
Formato: Versión Kindle Compra verificada
First off - All the other reviews of "Kanji De Manga Special Edition: Yojijukugo" are old and this is no longer formatted improperly for the Kindle Fires. The previous reviews which state it is small, blurry and/or the picture/text is on a tiny part of the screen only (as sometimes happens in badly formatted books or pictures within them) are out of date. This looks great on my Kindle Fire 8.9" HD and HDX. Not sure on regular Fire - I do not have one - but you could always download a sample to check it out before buying!

Secondly - I have only just started my foray into learning Japanese. I have a number of movies that I love that sort of paved the way for me wanting to learn the language and I picked up a bunch of fun starter books and tools to get me going. I am not worried about learning fast. Engaging and fun is more my style, since this is for casual personal enrichment, and this series seems to be lovely for that.

I have only just skimmed these books (I got four of the first in the series "De Manga"), but as I continue to use them I will update with specifics about any in depth pros and cons. For now, please feel free to read my thoughts on these tools, so far:

-Inexpensive. There are free tools. There are expensive tools (Rosetta!). This isn't free, but 6.99 for each of the Kindle versions of the "De Manga" books is a good deal, especially if you enjoy and use them!
-Fun! These books are heavily illustrated with cute manga images. The text is informative, but peppered with cute story/scenarios.
-Cultural references are woven into the stories and the idioms. It is interesting to learn these things about Japanese culture as much as it is fun to learn some common Japanese idioms!
-Bite-size learning. The books are not too long and the passages are not too verbose. You will not be fluent after reading one book, or two, but if you can keep up with it - because it's fun! - then each book will have you this much closer to your fluency needs.
-Books are also not too short. I know length of book does not always scale with quality of book, but... how many times have you bought a Kindle eBook and flown through it in a few minutes only to discover that the "bargain" book on "whatever topic" was only 46 pages long? I got zinged in my early Kindle days, but now I always check for length of content before I buy. At ~144 pages this is a decent sized book and the content is roughly one idiom per page. (Note: There wasn't a table of contents and I am not going to count, so don't quote me as saying there are exactly 144 yojijukugo!)
-If you are on the fence check out a sample! This series has a nice sample size, which shows the beginning basics pages as well as a number of the idiom pages. So, you get a good showing of what this has to offer. Super nice compared to the books where all you get to sample is the Forward or the "Tools you will need to watercolor" (...with not one image shown of watercoloring style or the teaching techniques!). I can't say how many books I have passed on because of the subpar sample, but that won't happen to you with "Kanji De Manga Special Edition: Yojijukugo".

-Although it may seem obvious that this small volume is not going to be your end all/be all of Japanese language tools-- I wouldn't say this book in particular is a very standalone beginners book. You can figure things out, but I think having some basic knowledge/resources (i.e. some of the groundwork from Vol 0, 1 or 2 in the "De Manga" series or some other foundational knowledge of hiragana and katakana) may be helpful.
-Same as above, without other outside sources, I have NO IDEA if these phrases are commonly used or if some of them will be as well received as me bursting out with "Yer darn tootin'!" in Southern California. Since it may be an eternity before I go to Japan, this is not a concern at this moment.

If you think you want to learn a bit of Japanese in a fun way, this book - and the series - may be just the thing to get you started. You will be more likely to enjoy this learning if you like manga, comics, art, etc., but you may like it without that prerequisite as long as manga doesn't turn you off altogether.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Not so legible for Kindle version 25 de julio de 2011
Por Raul Trevino - Publicado en
Formato: Versión Kindle Compra verificada
I bought the kindle version because of the good reviews; however, when each of the Kanjis are explained in the description box they are not so legible. The size of the font make small kanjis hard to read. So you have to zoom in on EVERY SINGLE PAGE since the fonts cannot be change using the Kindle reading preferences. Every page is a JPG or an image that cannot be modified, excepting when you zoom in as I mentioned but this is not enough. Besides this, it's fun to learn and the explanations are really clear and concise. Since I am not a native English speaker, I can learn also some English slangs at the same time that I am learning Japanese slangs.

By the way, this book is not teaching you from basics, you have to know how to read Hiragana and Katakana and some Kanjis or at least basics to enjoy this book.

I hope the publisher fix this issue and I can be able to update my KINDLE book if they do.
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1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great series, but Kindle version is useless for small sized Kindles 4 de marzo de 2012
Por D. von der Königswiese - Publicado en
Formato: Versión Kindle Compra verificada
I love this series as printed edition but I was disappointed by the Kindle version - I simply couldn't read it. (I have a Kindle Touch and I've purchased other titles labelled "optimized for larger screens" which were still fine on the Touch.) I could have zoomed in on every single page, because the pages are rendered as pictures (with a lot of unused white space around them), but even then it was very hard to read and just no fun at all. Since other "optimized for larger screens" books are still ok to read on smaller Kindles, they should made it clear on the product page that you really shouldn't bother if you have a smaller one.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Very informative, fun format. 5 de abril de 2011
Por MovieFan - Publicado en
Formato: Tapa blanda Compra verificada
I like the style of the Manga books. They give tons of information in a little over a hundred pages. It has the Hiragana and Katakana charts in the back of the book. It has the contracted Hiragana and Katakana as well. They give you a detailed explaination of the Yojijukugo. Explain the kanji and give you the pronouciation in Hiragana. The only thing that might have been nice would be the Romanji. However, that is more of a harmful crutch anyway. So, it's probably for the best. I'm just starting out so I hope I got all the terminology correct. To me it's an awesome book and I plan to get more Manga.
2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good book, terrible scan. 9 de agosto de 2012
Por tehyar - Publicado en
Formato: Versión Kindle Compra verificada
This is another kindle scan similar to Kanji de Manga 6, where the page image takes up a small portion of the screen even on an ipad. The physical books are small. Apparently someone scanned them as 8.5x11. Makes it feel klunky and cheap, and is difficult to read.
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