I originally started this blog as a way to keep myself motivated while I was learning the Kanji because, let’s face it, memorizing a bunch of complicated characters can be a bit tedious. After I finished the Kanji, I continued the blog because I thought I might sometimes have something worthwhile to share, and I wanted people who were interested in learning Japanese to realize that it can be done. I really enjoy hearing from people who are learning Japanese.
Yannick, a kind reader, left a comment on the last post and included a little help for everyone who is struggling through reading Yosubato! which I am passing along here since not everyone read the comments.
Someone has made two Anki decks to help people read Yotsubato! There is a deck for vocabulary and another for sentences. You can check it out here.
Many thanks to Yannick for passing that along!