JLPT N1, N2, N3, N4, N5 - Mega Study List - Vocabulary, Kanji, Grammar

Studying for the JLPT? Check out our JLPT Mega Study List

Our JLPT Mega Study List covers the most commonly used Kanji, Vocabulary, and Grammar from all levels of the JLPT Exam.

Are you looking for a list of JLPT N5, N4, N3, N2, or N1 Kanji?  What about their associated Grammar Points? How about common vocabulary that will be in use on the exam?

This JLPT Mega Study List is a helpful tool that you can use to prepare for the exam!

We also have downloaable N3 Kanji, N4 Kanji, and N5 Kanji Writing Workbooks available if you want to tighten up your Kanji skills!  You can use these JLPT kanji writing workbooks in cooperation with this JLPT Mega study list.

Here are some great things our JLPT Study List can do for you:

More Than Just a List – Track Your Progress!

Our mega study list is more than just a list.  After you are done mastering a word, grammar point, or concept in Japanese – click the checkbox to track your progress.

Study all Kanji, Vocabulary, Grammar, for the JLPT N5-N1

Using vocabulary can be tricky. Use this list as a way to centralize your vocabulary, grammar, and kanji studies when you prepare for the JLPT!

Once you are in, download a copy of the JLPT mega study spreadsheet.

How to Use Our Study Spreadsheet to Learn JLPT Grammar

Japanese Grammar is very tricky – but there are ways you can use our JLPT study sheet to help you master grammar for the JLPT.

First of all, after downloading the sheet, scroll through the tabs at the bottom to locate the JLPT level that you are studying for.  Say for example, you are studying for the JLPT N3.  Scroll to the JLPT N3 Grammar tag at the bottom, and dive right in.

You have a full list of all the JLPT N3 Grammar points (or JLPT N5, N4, etc.), a checkbox for whether you have “mastered” them or not, and an automatic calculator to keep you up to speed on where you are at in your JLPT study.  This JLPT mega study list was designed to be used alongside other learning materials – so you can double down on your Japanese learning for different JLPT levels.

If you have textbooks, you can cross reference the JLPT N3 Grammar points (or any other JLPT level) on the spreadsheet with those same Japanese grammar points in textbooks, online resources, Youtube videos, etc.

As you progress through the JLPT grammar points – update these on the list and watch your progress grow to 100%!

JLPT Example Kanji with Vocab Words

JLPT N5 words:
  1. 太い – futoi – “fat”
  2. 出る – deru – “to appear; to leave, go out”
  3. 飲み物 – nomimono – “drink” (noun)
  4. 時間 – jikan – “time”
  5. 誰 – dareka – “someone”
  6. 先週 – senshū – “last week”
  7. 会う – au – “to meet”
  8. 西 – nishi – “west”
  9. 狭い – semai – “narrow; cramped”
  10. 覚える – oboeru – “to remember”
JLPT N4 words:
  1. 会場 – kaijyō – “assembly hall; meeting place”
  2. 地震 – jishin – “earthquake”
  3. 法律 – hōritsu – “law”
  4. 受ける – ukeru – “to take a lesson or test”
  5. 代わり – kawari – “substitute, alternate”
  6. 続ける – tsuzukeru – “to continue”
  7. 正しい – tadashii – “correct”
  8. 深い – fukai – “deep”
  9. 大事 – daiji – “important, valuable, serious matter”
  10. 決める – kimeru – “to decide”
JLPT N3 words:
  1. 汚染 – osen – “pollution”
  2. 現代 – gendai “nowadays, modern times, present-day”
  3. 震える – furueru – “to shiver, to shake, to quake”
  4. 引っ張る  – hipparu – “(1) to pull, to draw, to stretch, to drag (2) to pull the ball (baseball)”
  5. 川 – kawa – “river”
  6. 無料 – muryō – “free, no charge”
  7. 怠ける – namakeru – “to be idle, to neglect”
  8. 急に – kyū ni – “swiftly; rapidly; quickly; immediately; hastily.”
  9. 翼 – tsubasa – “wings”
  10. 成る – naru – “to become”
JLPT N2 words:
  1. 占う – uranau – “to forecast, to predict”
  2. 四季 – shiki – “four seasons”
  3. 固い – katai – “stubborn,firm (not viscous or easily moved)”
  4. 生存 – seizon – “existence, being, survival”
  5. 跳ねる – haneru – “to jump, to leap”
  6. 公表 – kōhyō – “official announcement, proclamation”
  7. 破片 – hahen – “fragment, splinter, broken piece”
  8. 作る/造る – tsukuru – “to make, to create”
  9. 敷く – shiku – “to spread out, to lay out”
  10. 勇ましい – isamashii – “brave, valiant, gallant, courageous”
  1. 生臭い – namagusai – “smelling of fish or blood, fish or meat”
  2. 見合わせる – miawaseru – “to exchange glances, to postpone, to suspend operations, to refrain from performing an action”
  3. 導く – michibiku – “to be guided, to be shown”
  4. 象徴 – shōchō – “symbol”
  5. 自信 – jishin – “self-confidence”
  6. 映える – haeru – “to shine, to look attractive, to look pretty”
  7. 給う – tamau – “to receive, to grant”
  8. 屹度 – kitto – “1. (uk) surely, undoubtedly, certainly, without fail, 2. sternly, severely”
  9. 退く – shirizoku – “to retreat, to recede, to withdraw”
  10. 予想 – yosō – “expectation, anticipation, prediction, forecast”

Keep Your Notes Organized All in One Place

Use this JLPT Mega Study list as a place to keep track of your learning notes – and write example sentences.  Because everything is centralized – this list can replace your current study tools for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test.

This list is meant to be used in cooperation with other learning materials.  You can use ctrl+f to look up a vocabulary word or grammar point and take notes – making your study progress easy to track and utilize!