Kanji Gold is a free flexible MS Windows(TM)
flash card program for learning Japanese Kanji.
Belorussian translation and French translation by Anna Chekovsky.
View screen shots: 1) Main 2) Study List 3) Vocab 4) Pop Up
Version 2.10 (revision history) The revised program contains several improvements and a bug fix. With a Japanese word processor like JWPCE you can easily customize your kanji and vocabulary studies to match any text you are currently using. The program is suitable for all levels of Japanese study.
Option 1: Version 2.10 W95 and up :
Option 2: Version 2.10 in Zip format
Option 3: Version Beta 8 W3.1 1999:
This is a free software program. You can copy it to as many computers as you like and can give away the complete program. The program is Copyright © 1997-2004 by Denton Hewgill. You cannot sell the program and the source file is not supplied. Because this program is free software, it is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. The data files used in the program are covered by the GNU software licensing system and also have other restrictions. You can read the GNU General Public License at the GNU homepage .
The Kanji Gold computer program was written by Dr. Denton Hewgill, a mathematics professor by trade, who has an interest in the Japanese martial arts, Kendo and Iaido.
The kanji data bases used in Kanji Gold came from the Japanese word processor JWP written by Stephen Chung. His package contains files from Jim Breen [email@example.com http://www.dgs.m onash.edu.au/~jwb/] and other sources. JWPce is also available from that website. The help section of the Kanji Gold program gives complete details on the sources of the databases. Note that the files contain more restrictions than in the GNU license.
This document last revised Apr 1, 2015.Kanji Gold is Copyright © 1997-2004 by Denton Hewgill