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  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • かな・カナの書きかた

    This is a site where you can find how to read and write hiragana and katakana. You can learn about 'Writing' 'Pronunciation' and 'Vocabulary' for each.

  • 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).

  • Usagi-chan's Genki Resource Page

    A support site aimed at people using the Japanese language textbook "Genki". You can study "Genki" vocabulary and kanji, so this site is useful for learning and reviewing.

  • Kana cards to print and practice

    Here you can easily download cards to help you remember hiragana and katakana! Also, online you can practise the kana you've already memorised. The site can be displayed in English or German.

  • Hiragana Practice

    How quickly can you do this hiragana game? You can record how many seconds it takes you here, then have fun challenging your friends to beat your best time!

  • げんきこくご! たのしいひらがな練習とカタカナ練習

    You can study kana in a fun way using cute pictures, games and worksheets.

  • Japanese Typing Practice for Beginners

    You can use this site to practise typing hiragana, katakana and kanji. There is also some sentence-level practice and dictation practice.

  • 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).

  • Genki-Online 初級日本語げんき オンライン

    This site has online materials for self-study, designed to be used along with the Japanese language textbook "Genki", plus additional materials and information useful for Japanese classes.

  • U-biq

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

  • Katakana Song

    Why not try memorising the katakana with a song! Here you can listen to a song with a funky rhythm to match the beats of the katakana pronunciation. You can study in a fun way - all you need to do is listen a few times and you'll soon remember the characters! There's also a hiragana song in a similar style.

  • Hiragana Song

    Why not try memorising the hiragana with a song! Here you can listen to a song with a funky rhythm that makes remembering the characters a piece of cake! Perfect for people who want to have fun while they study.

  • Access Japanese

    This is a Japanese language school's site. It has simple quizzes for hiragana, kanji, basic verbs, number dictation and so on.

  • げんきこくご カタカナゲーム

    You can practise katakana in a fun way with katakana matching games. This is one of the items on the 「げんきこくご」 menu. There are also some hiragana matching games.

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