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  • Japanese Dialects(方言学習)

    On this site you can learn about the dialects of 7 regions of Japan: Hokkaido, Sendai, Nagoya, Kyoto, Osaka, Hiroshima and Fukuoka.

  • United Links for Japanese Learning Web Resources

    This is a convenient collection of links to Japanese-study websites that allows you to choose the site you want to visit by selecting various categories, such as Japanese ability-level, display language and skills covered.

  • Connect and Enhance Your Life in Japanese

    This site was created for foreigners living in Japan. You can learn about everyday Japanese conversation through videos and pick up the words and expressions you need to know.

  • LINGORACER

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

  • Online Japanese - AJALT

    Using this site you can study elementary conversation, vocabulary, reading, grammar and so on. There's also conversation and reading practice for advanced learners.

  • ≪Karin≫Japanese Commonly-Paired Words Checker

    This is a collocation search system for learners of the Japanese language that can be used on mobile devises, too.

  • 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.

  • uPal

    You can use multiple dictionary sites to study the readings and meanings of kanji, or use quizzes to learn kanji, hiragana, and katanaka.

  • 漢字化ツール (Kanji conversion tool)

    A webtool that auto-converts hiragana to kanji. The tool judges from the flow and converts up to 80 hiragana into kanji that best fit the sentence.

  • 『Japanese Pronunciation Practice through Shadowing』Mini course on 「Pronunciation Points」

    Japanese teachers explain pages on  「Pronunciation Points」 in a total of 20 videos as supplementary material that comes with the book 『Japanese Pronunciation Practice through Shadowing 』published by 3A Corporation.

  • Bento.com

    This is a site where you can find out various things about Japanese cooking. There is a guide to some restaurants and a number of recipes too.

  • TRAVEL JAPANESE APP

    Learn useful Japanese phrases for travelers while watching free learning videos on this site.

  • Let's enjoy Japanese! 擬音語・擬態語-日本語を楽しもう!

    This is a website about giongo (onomatopoeia) and gitaigo (mimetic words), created by The National Institute for Japanese Language. You can study giongo and gitaigo by syllabary order, by category or by scene/manga.

  • 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.

  • NIHONGO de CARE-NAVI

    On this site you can look up the meanings for words and expressions used in the fields of nursing and caregiving, with both Japanese-English and Japanese-Indonesian language support. You can also listen to audio.

  • CARLA : Center for Advanced Research on Language Acquisition

    You can find out some cultural differences between Japan and your own country as you consider Japanese culture and society while answering the questions posed on this site.

  • 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.

  • かきかた print maker

    Use this site to make handouts to practice your kana, numbers, and other writing. Download the PDF file for printing and print it out to use.

  • JF Japanese e-Learning Minato

    Minato is a platform that offers a place to learn and meet new friends. You can learn by choosing the course that suits your level, from six levels based on the JF Standard for Japanese-Language Education (JFS).

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