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I think the questions you linked to can be answered without resorting to studying or memorization.

For example,

However, your question is really a "study method" question, that would probably be on-topic at LanguageLearning.SE and might even get good answers from people studying Chinese, for example.

(Personally, I think the answer to your question is probably that you have to learn kanji and vocab simultaneously and that focussing only on one of them won't be any advantage, but that's just my opinion.)

So I think the closure is in line with our site policy about "study methods" (see What questions are not allowed on Japanese Language SE?) and I don't see the other questions you linked are sufficiently similar to your question.

(I do understand that the information you ask about would be useful to learners of Japanese, and that this site currently does not cater to all the needs for learners, but this is mostly a conscious choice by the community.)

I think the questions you linked to can be answered without resorting to studying or memorization.

For example,

However, your question is really a "study method" question, that would probably be on-topic at LanguageLearning.SE and might even get good answers from people studying Chinese, for example.

(Personally, I think the answer to your question is probably that you have to learn kanji and vocab simultaneously and that focussing only on one of them won't be any advantage, but that's just my opinion.)

I think the questions you linked to can be answered without resorting to studying or memorization.

For example,

However, your question is really a "study method" question, that would probably be on-topic at LanguageLearning.SE and might even get good answers from people studying Chinese, for example.

(Personally, I think the answer to your question is probably that you have to learn kanji and vocab simultaneously and that focussing only on one of them won't be any advantage, but that's just my opinion.)

So I think the closure is in line with our site policy about "study methods" (see What questions are not allowed on Japanese Language SE?) and I don't see the other questions you linked are sufficiently similar to your question.

(I do understand that the information you ask about would be useful to learners of Japanese, and that this site currently does not cater to all the needs for learners, but this is mostly a conscious choice by the community.)

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I think the questions you linked to can be answered without resorting to studying or memorization.

For example,

However, your question is really a "study method" question, that would probably be on-topic at LanguageLearning.SE and might even get good answers from people studying Chinese, for example.

(Personally, I think the answer to your question is probably that you have to learn kanji and vocab simultaneously and that focussing only on one of them won't be any advantage, but that's just my opinion.)