I’m not sure if this will help, but Anki can create two cards and test you in both directions, ie (kanji > hiragana, and hiragana > kanji in your example). It may be only showing the cards in one direction because you have the wrong note type (Basic).
These are the steps to create cards in both directions :
1 click on Browse from the top of Anki
2 from Browse select the cards that are currently only testing in one direction: they will probably be in their own folder, “Memrise…” which can be selected from the left panel
3 select the cards you want to test both ways from the main window. If all the cards are in the same directory (as 2. above) then you can click anywhere in the main window and select all with Ctrl-a
4 Right-click the selected cards and choose ‘Change Note Type’ from the menu
5 A new window will pop up. In this new window select ‘New note type’ as ‘Basic (and reversed card)’
6. You may get a warning about having to upload your database - if you do click ok
You should now have two cards for each question (eg k>h and h>k).
You may wish to create a test card to practice with first: create a card with Front on one side and Back on the reverse - then go through the above steps. When Anki has created the second card you can click each card in the Browse window, then click Preview in the top right corner and you can look at the cards you have created - one displaying Front as the question, and the other displaying Back as the question.
Hope this helps. If you have any questions I may be able to answer them - I’m not an expert and Anki is quite complex, but I have used Anki for a couple of years.