This is a site created by the University of Toyama's International Student Center for the benefit of its overseas students. You can practise hiragana, katakana, elementary grammar and pronunciation using its Japanese study content. There is also a list of readings and meanings of terms used in computing.
- You can practise hiragana, katakana, kanji, grammar and typing in Japanese.
- You can learn the readings and meanings for various computing terms.
- There are contents to help you practise pronunciation by yourself.
In the section called Self-Study you can study not only the stroke order animation and sound of hiragana, and katakana, but also typing exercises.
In Textbooks Developed there are:
留学生のためのコンピュータ用語集(A Word List of Computing for Learners of Japanese) and 毎日の発音練習(Everyday Pronunciation for Learners of Japanese).
留学生のためのコンピュータ用語集(A Word List of Computing for Learners of Japanese) has a list of computer terminology written in kanji, hiragana, English and Chinese.
In 毎日の発音練習(Everyday Pronunciation for Learners of Japanese) you can study the system of sounds that make up the Japanese language, plus the basics of mora, rhythm and accent.