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  • Multilingual Search Tool for Words Regarding Schools

    This is a multilingual search tool for finding words regarding school. You can search for words regarding education in multiple languages used all over Japan.

  • 日本語俗語辞書 (Japanese Slang Dictionary)

    This is a website that explains the meanings of Japanese slang words and colloquial language in a dictionary-style system, with detailed information on how to use each, plus related words or phrases.

  • uPal

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

  • 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.

  • OJAD-Online Japanese Accent Dictionary

    This is an online Japanese accent dictionary.You can look up the standard Tokyo dialect accent for verbs and adjectives.

  • ONLINE LIFE SCIENCE DICTIONARY(WebLSD)

    This is a useful dictionary for looking up terms in the field of life sciences such as pharmaceutics or medical science.

  • Japanese IO

    This is a site that lets you paste texts that you want to read and add ruby to the kanji or look up meanings of the words.

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

    This kanji lookup dictionary recognizes handwriting.

  • 訳GO YAKUGO.COM

    This is an online English-Japanese/Japanese-English dictionary. The site's basic concept is 'just type in some Japanese or English and you'll be shown its meaning', so the instant you enter even a single character you'll be shown a group of words containing that character, plus their meanings.

  • Kiki's Kanji Dictionary

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

  • Dictionarist

    You can search between the following languages: English, Spanish, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, and Turkish.

  • 日仏辞典 Dictionnaire-Japonais.com

    This is an online Japanese to French and French to Japanese dictionary.

  • 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.

  • Japanska.se

    This is an online Japanese to Swedish and Swedish to Japanese dictionary.

  • bab.la

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

  • Sanseido Web Dictionary

    This is a web-version of the Sanseido dictionary. Aside from the dictionary function, there are other sections such as 'kyou no kotoba' (Phrase of the day) and 'kotoba patio' ('kotoba hyakka' - Language encyclopedia).

  • 語源由来辞典 (Dictionary of Word Origins)

    This is a website where you can find out the etymology/origins of Japanese words in dictionary form. The derivations of Japanese words, Japanese events and Japanese customs are explained.

  • 漢字辞典ネット (Online Kanji Dictionary)

    This is an online kanji dictionary that includes the readings, radicals, number of strokes, compound words and more for 6355 kanji characters.

  • KOTOBANK

    This is a website where you can look up words or phrases in various dictionaries. The 119 different volumes available include dictionaries of people's names and specialist terminology, as well as more typical collections.

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