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From iEnglish.com Limited:
Japanese street signs deciphered and explained take a virtual tour around one of central Tokyos most popular areas and learn kanji as you go!With over 150 individual kanji presented in simple, easy-to-understand categories across more than 200 pages, youll learn some of the most useful kanji signs spotted throughout Japan. The app includes five mini-tours, eight kanji categories, hiragana and katakana charts to help your understanding, fabulous high-resolution photos of the area to make you feel as if you are really there, and an audio guide to help with your pronunciation, you'll be a kanji spy in no time! And when you feel as though you've mastered all the kanji in the app, why not take a quiz to test how much you have learned?A wonderful way to learn the kanji most commonly encountered in Japan and get a real sense of life in Tokyo.Let KanjiSpy be your guide and start sign-spotting now!Features: 150 individual kanji with descriptions Native pronunciation audio guide for each kanji Hiragana and katakana charts Real examples of the kanji in high-resolution photos Multiple-choice quiz in both English-Japanese and Japanese-English formats Bookmarks feature that lets you save pages Visual Contents and Bookmarks to allow you to navigate easily to your chosen section Autoplay mode that turns pages and plays audio automaticallyKanji categories include: Public places Shops and offices Restaurants Days and times Numbersand more...