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/www.csse.monash.edu. is Jim Breen's website. You can go to the multi-radical part and check the ones that apply to find almost any Kanji, it's various readings, and its meaning.

Studying Japanese requires an understanding that any symbol can be read in multiple ways, especially when combined with other ones. Mountain is yama, or san. So if you say Mount Fuji you say 'fuji-san'. But that mountain is 'ano yama'.

To identify a complicated kanji, break it into parts and search a dictionary for words belonging to that part.

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