The purpose of this study is to investigate visual recognition of Japanese kanji-word processing on advanced-level Korean students learning Japanese. In the experiment, high-constraining of sentences were used as pre-presentation conditions, and orthographic and phonological similarities between the Korean and Japanese language were treated as independent variables, while the reaction times from the visual lexical decision task were assigned as the dependent variables. The result shows that the facilitation effect was only observed in the phonological similarities. Indicating that no facilitation effect in the orthographic similarities was found, in contrast to Yanamoto (2015) findings based on the context exclusion word recognition process of advanced-level Korean students learning Japanese. In a word recognition process of Korean students in sentence context, the effect of phonological similarities of the words was significant as well as the effect of context.