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  • Kanji alive

    This is a web-based tool to help beginner and intermediate level Japanese language learners to read and write kanji. It is free, but there are certain system requirements necessary to use it.

  • NIHONGO NAVIGATOR

    This site is a very useful navigation tool for increasing your knowledge about the katakana and kanji seen frequently on signs and flyers in Japan.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 漢字王の王国 (Kingdom of the Kanji King)

    A battle-style kanji study game designed for Japanese elementary school kids. Free to use.

  • 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.

  • Learning Japanese through Kanji

    These are Japanese reading materials designed for upper-intermediate level learners. These readings look at 200 basic kanji characters one at a time, explaining in simple terms how each one came about, how the meaning of each has changed and so on. This website forms part of AJALT Online's teaching materials.

  • 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.

  • KanjiRepeater

    This is a website where you can practise the 1,006 "kyouiku kanji" (all the characters taught in Japanese primary schools, separated by grade).

  • 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.

  • Online Japanese Tests

    On this site you can try quizzes on Japanese grammar, vocabulary, kanji, listening and reading comprehension and JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) questions. As well as English, the site has support for Chinese and Korean.

  • Kanji searches at sljfaq.org

    Here you can search for kanji by their components, or by writing them freehand. This is particularly convenient if you don't know the reading of the kanji you want to look up.

  • Kanji Clinic

    This is a column that appears in the Japan Times, designed to help develop kanji learning methods aimed at foreigners. The background, make-up etc. of various kanji are introduced in articles with various themes.

  • 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".

  • 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.

  • Kanji Converter

    This is a tool to convert kanji into hiragana, katakana (separated with spaces) and romaji.The Kanji converter was written by Gary Ross.

  • 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).

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