Type or paste text so that there is either one kanji (Chinese character) per row, or so that the first tabbed item of a row is a kanji. Data formatted in a different way will be (safely) ignored. You will get radicals for the recognized characters in the output field. This is useful for adding radicals to kanji spreadsheet data. See the example input.

Alternative classification:

Any so-called “CJK ideographs” from the Unicode Basic Multilingual Plane (plane 0), except compatibility ideographs, are accepted and correctly recognized. This character set includes all JISX 0208 and JIS X 0212 characters, and modern Chinese characters, including simplified characters. Basic (traditional) 214 radical forms are always displayed regardless of their appearance in the particular character (which may be modified in one of the traditional ways or simplified in a simplified character). As far as I can tell, the so called “lost” radicals in Japanese characters are not taken into account in any of the sources, so the radicals reflect the current character form.

A single character may be classified under several radicals:

Tip: You can save this page and use it offline. It does not require an internet connection.

Reverse Lookup

(see chart, fun options: 38 女, 94 牛, 94 犬, 142 虫, 187 馬, 194 鬼, 195 魚, 196 鳥)

Characters belonging to the radical:

Changelog: 2016/4/30 Added reverse lookup. 2014/3/9 Added Key to Kanji index option. 2014/3/2 Optional kyūjitai forms (courtesy of The Nanbanjin Nikki). 2014/2/28 Fixed Morohashi and Classical (weren't always displayed), added classification options, made Nelson disabled by default, input and output now displayed in a Japanese font.