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  • LINGORACER

    Have fun learning vocabulary, kana (hiragana and katakana), and kanji by playing games.

  • Japanese Learning Support Site RAICHO

    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.

  • Associative Kanji Learning

    Using this site you can study the kanji learned by elementary school students in Japan and textbooks such as "Genki", "Minna no Nihongo" and so on.

  • jisho

    With this site, you can narrow down your searches. You can not only search the meaning of words, but also find ways to enhance your vocabulary.

  • Kanji Koohii

    This site is designed as a supplementary tool for learners studying the kanji using James Heisig's "Remembering the Kanji" method. You can make flashcards to help you memorise the kanji.

  • MARUGOTO Plus

    This is a site compatible with the “Marugoto: Japanese language and culture” textbooks and you can study not just Japanese and learn about Japanese culture, but also learn about other cultures.

  • MARUGOTO Plus Elementary 2 (A2)

    You can enjoy learning with videos and quizzes on Japanese language and culture in line with the contents of the coursebook, MARUGOTO: Japanese Language and Culture, which conforms to the JF Standard for Japanese-Language Education.   

  • Japanese language games

    This is a site with various games for studying vocabulary and kanji. It’s very easy to use.

  • Learning and Teaching Japanese

    The basics of Japanese are carefully explained here, making it a very useful site for people who are thinking about starting to learn Japanese, or for Japanese learners who have just begun their studies.

  • Learn to speak Japanese

    This is a site aimed at absolute beginners in Japanese, i.e. those who have never studied Japanese before or who have just started to study it. You can study hiragana, katakana, kanji, expressions for greetings, useful single phrases, grammar and so on.

  • 漢字書き順辞典(Kanji stroke order dictionary)

    This kanji lookup dictionary recognizes handwriting.

  • Japanese Language self-study site

    You can enjoy studying beginner Japanese in an easy to understand way. After topic 1, “Hiragana, Katakana” and topic 2 “Greetings, Numbers”, there are skits with example conversations that use Japan as the stage and teach you the necessary sentence patterns and vocabulary to use in each situation. There are 15 lessons so far.

  • Kiki's Kanji Dictionary

    You can look up kanji via list organised by radical. The site also has a Google search function.

  • 早おし!部首チャレンジ Kanji Radical Challenge!

    On this website you can study kanji radicals through a game. It's easy to use.

  • 介護の漢字サポーター(Caregiving Kanji Supporter)

    This is a site where you can look up the kanji, and associate single kanji, two-kanji words and terminology with another used on each subject of the National Examination for Care Workers.

  • RomajiDesu

    This is a site that uses Jim Breen’s Japanese Dictionary and his Kanji Dictionary to create an online dictionary site that also lets you convert romaji into hiragana and katakana.

  • Kanji alive

    This is a web-based tool to help beginner and intermediate level Japanese language learners to read and write kanji. It is free, but there are certain system requirements necessary to use it.

  • NIHONGO NAVIGATOR

    This site is a very useful navigation tool for increasing your knowledge about the katakana and kanji seen frequently on signs and flyers in Japan.

  • CosCom Learn Japanese

    On this site there are lots of learning materials for beginners, intermediate and intermediate-to-advanced learners. You can study all aspects of Japanese with materials for practical-use vocabulary and expressions, conversation, hiragana and katakana, complete with audio.

  • 凸凹小学校 ゲームで勉強しよう(DekoBoko Elementary School - Learn through games!)

    This website is aimed at Japanese elementary school students, but the kanji, hiragana and katakana games found in the KOKUGO (Japanese language) section are good practice for foreign learners of Japanese too.

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