RE: How to Teach Yourself Japanese: Kana and Kanji / Part 2 of 5
Looks like some good resources! Did you have a personal favorite when starting out?
I personally just used pencil, paper and textbooks! I think being able to write really helps with remembering too. But theses resources are certainly useful, too.
Not a fan of Wanikani's all 2000 kanji / 6000 words claim. X numer of kanji isn't a useful metric - some are much more common than others, what is more important is the number of words you can use effectively and sentences you can make.
Still, solid post and great tools.