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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.

  • uPal

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Real Kana

    Here you can practise hiragana and katakana. You can choose which rows of kana you want to practise, plus the font in which they're displayed.

  • 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.

  • Meiji University e-Learning System

    This is a website for beginner-level learners, where you can learn about hiragana, katakana, greetings and some Japanese signs.

  • learn-hiragana-katakana.com

    This is a website that includes a number of games and flashcards you can use to practise hiragana and katakana.

  • Japanese-Lesson.com

    This is a useful website for any learners who are thinking they want to begin studying Japanese. Everything is written in English.

  • YOUR NAME IN JAPANESE

    This is an online tool which converts names written using the Roman alphabet into katakana notation. How do you write your own name in katakana? Why not try checking here?

  • Online Nihongo

    This is a site where you can learn how to read (pronounce) and write the kana. Check your knowledge of hiragana and katakana through a number of quizzes.

  • JOSHU – Japanese Online Self-Help Utility

    This is a self-study site where you can try some hiragana/katakana practice, or verb conjugation and particle practice. You can also watch videos showing Japanese culture seen through the eyes of American university students.

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