There is a method that allows you to quickly and easily restore the image of the Japanese crossword on numbers that show how many black cells are in the row or column. Numbers show the number of continuous black cells there are in each group.
If you see the crossword grid 4, 1 and 3, this means that in the series there are three groups of black cells – four cells, then one cell, and then three cells. Thus, you have three groups of cells, between which there is at least one empty cell. Your task is to determine the number of empty cells and the arrangement of black cells in the row or column.
Start to solve a crossword puzzle with completely filled rows – specify which rows and columns have the largest number of black cells. From fully shaded ranks go to those series in which slightly less than blacks, and already there are empty cells.
Combine the data of numbers of intersecting horizontal and vertical rows to see exactly where the empty cells are, how they should be in a row, and where you want the shaded cells.
Empty cells for convenience, mark a pencil cross. As you accumulate experience you will be able to identify them by eye.
Control group of cells in which you believe, and in accordance with the already shaded cells define a new group of cells. Fill in the crossword puzzle consistently, and over time you'll paint the entire picture. Start solving Japanese puzzles with simple and small drawings, and then when you learn to do it quickly, move on to complicated puzzles.