There are plenty of dictionaries that show the stroke order of kanji but don't go into detail on the kind of stroke.
Just to confirm what I mean by ''kind of stroke''. The kanji for mouth is 口. It is made of three strokes. 竖 横折 横 , vertical horizontal-turning horizontal.
It's obvious for the most part what the strokes are but sometimes it's not.
Please don't include links to Chinese character dictionaries and software. They do not cover the various differences that exist between Chinese characters and Japanese kanji. For example the character 箸. The kanji version has an extra 点 (dot stroke) hidden in there. If you are not sure what I mean by that then have a look at the following image. The 11th stroke is a 点 which doesn't exist in the Chinese character 箸.
The following is an example of a free online software that shows the order and names the strokes for Chinese characters. Please note the names of the strokes written below each stage. I am looking for something similar for kanji. Notice the image above does not list the stroke names.