Simply type in the English meaning of the kanji you would like, see examples of it and watch the stroke order, just like this:
Ever stumbled upon a kanji that you don’t know, and not being sure of the radical, you are finding it hard to look it up in a dictionary? Well, now there is a place online where you can draw the kanji with your mouse and the site will suggest possible kanji, linked to Jim Breen’s dictionary. Yipee! Check out handwritten kanji recognition.
ToonDoo is an online comic-creating tool. You can sign up for free, or pay for an educational version.
Find these and other great manga style characters under the ‘special’ tab (indicated by stars) in the ToonDoo maker.
Do you need creative commons photos for your projects? Photo pin is a fabulous site that makes searching and attribution simple. Check out the stunning photos of Japan: http://photopin.com/search/japan