The Triple 7 Kanji List

Japanese Complete:

Based on a report from 2000 that analyzed a large corpus of Japanese text, it says that at roughly the 750-800 character line, 90% of kanji occurrences in the wild are covered. By looking at the cumulative frequency of characters, the efficacy of learning the most frequent kanji first is shown by the following:
777 characters: 90.0% coverage
1477 characters: 98.0% coverage
2477 characters: 99.9% coverage
[Caption: Let’s use some rudimentary data science to hyper-accelerate your kanji acquisition!]