Furigana uses Kana (usually Hiragana) to phonetically transcribe Kanji, above ( for You can make adjustments there, click “OK “to insert. To use this add-on: * Install it, and restart Anki * Click “Add” in the . It saves so much time automatically adding the furigana – I use it all the. You can attach furigana (kana or romaji) to sentences written in Japanese. ・ Select whether or not to add furigana to katakana as well.

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I can’t get it to autofill a meaning field. If you’re on Windows it’s likely your antivirus; if you’re on Linux then perhaps you’re not on a 64 bit distro. I kind of skipped over those cause I thought it was the programming language. Made my Anki crash every single time I’d manually edit a card in the card browser.



Check to see if your question has been addressed before posting by searching or reading the wiki. However, I need an automated solution, without framing every website into another. After those changes Japanese Support only recognized the field “Kanji”, but it worked flawlessly with Colorize Kanji afterwards. Moving the folder to Fuurigana I was struggling for a while when trying to make ‘Kanji Stats’ to work on my custom note types. A good way to get started with MeCab and Kakasi While not exactly daunting, the process of getting MeCab and Kakasi installed and running can avd an obstacle to learning how to use these tools.


Readings not ho accurate I don’t know where this add-on is getting its readings, and I’m sure the readings are accurate most of the time — but they’re definitely not right all the time.

I tried using Furigana Injectorbut it didn’t work. There is a Japanese site which does this: Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy.

If a Kanji is standalone, which reading will this result in? Add the ID “reading” to the div containing the reading on the back or front template, or both where you want to kana to show Now they all have full kanji for furigaja front of the card, but if I forget a kanji I can just mouse over it to remind myself what the kana are.

But that might just be me. This add-on provides three note types: Content creators wishing to advertise must furiganaa the mods first. Working great, however there is a Kanji issue It is my understanding that the “Kanji Stats” applies to the whole collection, however the number is about x lower than it should be.

Furigana Generator with HTML, OpenOffice Output (v)

The W3C working draft link is outdated, newer information can be found here: So I got curious, and opened up the add-on folder from Anki, located the “reading. After having finally figured out how to use this with furigana in example sentences and the like, I keep forgetting to post the information here. Consider the OP’s skill level when answering a question.


I’ve used it for months with Anki 1, and it still works great with Anki 2.

If you have data in “Reading” you need click “Reading” and key “Tab”it will add romanization and katakana to “Romanization” and “Katakana” e. So I wrote some additional CSS go those interested in showing only the kana reading on hover. To show furigana with your own note types: Use furigana if you think they won’t understand your kanji usage.

Is there any way to make it work? After every word should come the reading in brackets, followed by a space. Asking “How do I learn Japanese?

Could be even better if it were a little bit more configurable, but it still deserves full stars.

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With furigana everything is easier. So it should be much easier to handle user wise. If we assume that the text your want to see with furigana has been entered in a field called “Sentence”, then where ever on the cards that you want the Japanese text with the furigana to be placed, you need the following: Is this by design?