Free and High Quality Japanese Anki Decks
As I have spoken about before, Sentence Banks had one of the biggest impacts for me while learning Japanese. During my hardcore phase of learning Japanese, I made a tonne of Japanese Anki Decks out of my favourite TV shows which massively boosted both by reading and listening abilities.
Having a massive amount of native example sentences allowed me to easily check the meaning of words throughout a variety of different sources as well as making the process of Sentence Mining much simpler and faster. If you want to know how to make your own decks like the ones uploaded to this site, and more about Sentence Banks, then take a look at the post I wrote about the subject here.
If you are someone who is learning Japanese and uses Anki then this website will be very useful for you. All these decks come with at least audio, and usually with other features as well. The website is ran by one person but users submit their own decks. If you make your own Anki decks with Subs2SRS then definitely send them to this guy as well and help the Japanese learning community! 🙂
If you know of any other websites that upload decks then let me know by posting in the comment section below. I can add them to this post for others to see.
UPDATE: I am currently in the process of making a website called “The Japanese Sentence Bank” which will contain a variety of example sentences from native Japanese sources. If you want more information about the site then please go here. I am looking for people to help out with adding example sentences and possibly web design. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested!
Thanks for reading.
2017/07/07By Matthew Hawkins