Site search

You can search for site by subject or level

[Vocabulary] [Beginner] Site search (42)

  • Japanese in Anime & Manga

    This is a site where you can use manga and anime to study Japanese in a fun way. There are tons of contents and different genres touched upon.

  • bab.la

    This website has a wealth of contents, including a multilingual online dictionary, translation functions and language quizzes and games.

  • 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.

  • TamaTamako's Nihongo Learning Animations-Let's learn Japanese!

    This is a blog where you can study Japanese kana, vocabulary and expressions and some beginner-level grammar with simple animations and audio.

  • NIHON Shock

    This is a website that introduces useful information about Japan and the Japanese language in a fun way, in blog form.

  • Quizlet

    This is a website that offers free flashcards and study games. It's useful for language learning.

  • マルチメディア「にほんごをまなぼう」

    You can learn the kind of language often used in Japanese schools, including greetings, conversation and classroom instructions.

  • 外国人児童・生徒用日本語テキスト 「たのしいがっこう」

    Here you can view - in 22 different languages - expressions and vocabulary often used in 10 typical scenes of Japanese school life.

  • Genki Exercises

    This is a website where you can practise vocabulary appearing in the "Genki" series of Japanese language textbooks. The site has simple practice quizzes where you can check the vocabulary for, plus your understanding of, all 23 lessons found in the text.

  • 漢字練習 Kanji Practice

    This is a website where you can do reading and writing practice for 450 beginner-level kanji. There is support for learners using Japanese language textbooks such as "Yookoso!" and "Genki".

  • Teach Yourself Japanese

    This is a useful site for people who are just starting their Japanese language study, and for people who are studying alone. It has introductory level kana, vocabulary and grammar explanations.

  • JPLANG 日本語を学ぶ

    Here you can study a range of different aspects of Japanese - grammar, vocabulary, conversation, reading, listening and so on - from beginner to intermediate level.

  • English-Japanese Vocabulary Quizzes 

    Vocabulary is included on a wide range of categories, from subjects such as animals, the human body, baseball and buildings to more academic contents. There are plenty of quizzes too.

  • Genki Japan

    Using this site you can study Japanese in an easy and fun way and find out some basic information about Japan. There's plenty of games and songs to be found here too.

  • Student Resources for Nakama 2nd edition

    This is a supplementary website designed to go with the revised edition of the "Nakama" series of Japanese language textbooks (Nakama 1a and 1b).

  • Kanji Study

    This is a site about kanji, created by Charles Kelly, who has made lots of online Japanese learning materials. Features include kanji reference and vocabulary lists, a kanji search function and kanji flash quizzes.

  • Charles Kelly's Online Japanese Language Study Materials

    This is a website packed with online Japanese learning materials, where you can study vocabulary, kanji and so on using flashcards and quizzes. For advanced level students there are contents that look at 'Yojijukugo' (4-kanji idiomatic compounds).

  • Japanese Phrases for Travelers

    This is a convenient site that feels like a web-version of a Japanese travel phrasebook, complete with audio.

  • U-biq

    Lots of resources and information for students and teachers of Japanese. Includes plenty of practice tasks and tests.

  • Japanese Kanji Map

    This site is part of Rikai.com. For kanji you are interested in, you're shown 6 examples of how different characters can go before or after them to make various 2-kanji compound words.

« prev 21 - 40 of 42 next »