To aid a neutral party in assessing approaches to digital dictionaries for Japanese, I have posted an HTML file displaying 10,000+ of the first entries in Kanjidic2 at
There are less than 10,200 due to the fact that in the first 12,155 entries, many had no XML meaning content which was not assigned a language attribute. Those few thousand may have English translations in markup previously used for foreign languages.
The file can be found as
http://kanji.aule-browser.com/kanjidic2-m12.csvwith a three line header which you may have to alter for your purposes.
The Kanjidic2 XML file was parsed using the Curl XDM library from curl.com (Nihon-go http://www.curlap.com)
As it stands, the HTML file should be useful for building custom Anki flashcards (themselves stored as SQLite.) I will be using variant CSV output to construct dictionary software with annotations and spaced-repetition options. Curl has both CSV and SQLite libraries in addition to the XML libraries.