Learn how to read and write Japanese the fun and easy way — with Kanji de Manga! Manga University's award-winning series uses original comic artwork to teach readers how to identify and write the most common Japanese kanji ideographs. Volume 1 introduces 80 of the most common kanji, including those for numbers, days of the week, directions, relatives and sizes. Each page features its own comic strip, kanji pronunciation guide, stroke order, and English explanations.
A good start
I use this iPod for everything and I do believe that this will become a new method of learning. This book is well done and I now want to get the rest of them. It's fun to learn with the pictures and it also gives good examples inside the text. My only problem is I would like to highlight some of the actual words so I can study them a bit better but because the whole thing is like a picture I only get to highlight the outside of it.
If you want to start learning Kanji, this book is the one, it's going to make learning a lot more fun for you.