Here is a list of projects using KanjiVG. If you want your project to appear here, please send a mail to our mailing list! Projects are listed by chronological order of use.

  • Tagaini Jisho Japanese dictionary and study assistant.
  • sci.lang.japan online handwritten kanji recognition
  • Tegaki, Open Source Chinese and Japanese handwriting recognition.
  • HTML5 Stroke Animation, cool animated writing of any Japanese text.
  • Jisho.org dictionary, a great online Japanese/kanji dictionary.
  • OBenkyo, an android application to study hiragana, katakana and kanji.
  • http://kanji.prasatko.jp/, a Czech Japanese and Kanji dictionary.
  • IDSgrep, a kanji search program in the spirit of grep.
  • Kanji Draw, an Android application that lets you lookup kanji by drawing them.
  • Kanji Colorize, a collection of stroke order diagrams ready to be used with Anki and the script that produces them from KanjiVG data.
  • Tangorin, a free online Japanese-English dictionary.
  • Romaji Desu, a free online Romaji/Japanese to English dictionary.
  • Imiwa, a multilingual Japanese dictionary for iPhone and iPod touch devices.
  • Tanoshii Japanese, a site dedicated to making the learning of the Japanese language a fun and enjoyable experience.
  • Daily Kanji, a Windows 8/Windows Phone application that shows a different kanji every day in the live tile.
  • Japanese Kanji Study and Lookup, an Android app that attempts to be a simple yet powerful application for looking up and studying Japanese kanji.
  • AniKanjiVG provides animated kanjis in SVG format generated from the KanjiVG data.
  • Kanshudo, an online Japanese and Kanji learning system.
  • Kanimaji, a tool to generate animated SVG and GIF files from KanjiVG data.
  • GeekJDict, a text-mode Japanese dictionary with powerful input and lookup capabilities.
  • Elon.io, an online interactive platform for learning Japanese.