What is Kanji Search?
Kanji Search is inspired by James Heisig's famous book "Remembering the Kanji". It allows you to search for kanji using the keywords, primitives, and lesson numbers that the Heisig system uses.
Each kanji contains one or more primitive elements. You can search for all the kanji that contain a specific primitive or a list of primitives.
For example, searching for "fire, mouth" will return all the kanji that contain the "fire" and "mouth" elements.
You can search for kanji characters directly by entering some text that contains kanji. For example, "日本語"
You can search for all the kanji from a specific by simple entering a lesson number such as "12".