The New Nelson Japanese-English Character Dictionary
"Unexcelled as a dictionary of basic Sino–Japanese characters. Extremely easy to use."—Japan Society
This is the utmost classic and well regarded standard Japanese Kanji Dictionary available today.
The New Nelson Japanese–English Character Dictionary is a complete revision of The Original Reader's Japanese–English Character Dictionary, published by Charles E. Tuttle Company in 1962. Long the foremost Japanese–English character dictionary, adopted by Japanese–study programs around the world and used at all levels of Japanese language study, the Nelson, as it is familiarly called, has been enhanced in this edition with several key changes.
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The new Nelson Japanese-English character dictionary = b[Shinpan Neruson Kan-Ei jiten]: based on the classic edition by Andrew N. NelsonUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
This reigning authority on Japanese character definitions is based on missionary-scholar Nelson's first 1962 edition of The Modern Reader's Japanese-English Character Dictionary. Haig (Japanese, Univ ... Read full review
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Slightly user-unfriendly compared to the second edition. The additional indices in the back make reading look up more difficult. Read full review
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