I'm just getting started learning my first kanji and finding stroke order for every kanji is easy online. However, what I can't seem to find is an online dictionary or other resource that tells you the stroke ending for each stroke (とめる、はねる、はらう). Does anyone know of such resources?

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  • I'm guessing then that from the number of views, such online resources don't really exist then – user532874 Sep 27 at 15:44

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