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  • 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.

  • Let’s study Japanese! にほんご123

    There are 380 lessons with dialogue videos and vocabulary flashcards to learn with.

  • やってみよう日本語クイズ(Let's try Japanese quiz games.)

    Learn intransitive verbs, transitive verbs, and onomatopoeia through quiz games.

  • Hirogaru, get more of Japan and Japanese

    “Hirogaru, get more of Japan and Japanese” is a site for learning different things about Japan and the Japanese language through your own interests.

  • International University of Japan “Lesson For Useful Expression in Japanese”

    This is a series of videos to help beginners learn Japanese. There are 10 videos showing sequences in a story style to help you easily learn how a dialogues between two people are spoken.

  • 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.

  • Intermediate Japanese Listening Course

    This is an intermediate level listening site using multimedia listening materials for exchange students to practice listening to Japanese that they hear every day at university.

  • Yahoo! Japan Video News

    You can watch news videos from the TV networks. News video clips from four broadcasting companies (Nippon TV’s NNN, TV Asahi’s ANN, TBS’s JNN, and Fuji TV’s FNN) are in list format.

  • RhinoSpike

    This is a community-style online language learning tool. Registered users from all over the world exchange amongst themselves audio files of their target language.

  • TBS RADIO PODCASTING 954

    These are podcasts of radio programmes aimed at native Japanese speakers. Advanced learners of Japanese, challenge yourselves to some high-level listening practice here!

  • NHKオンライン (NHK ONLINE)

    On this site you can see NHK's (Japan's national broadcasting company) news and information on the channel's TV programmes.

  • 福娘童話集 Hukumusume Fairy Tale Collection

    This is a website where you can hear traditional folk tales, legends and fairy stories - from Japan and all around the world - read aloud for you in Japanese.

  • My Kikitori

    This is a very useful website for beginner-level learners of Japanese who are looking for a way to practice their listening.

  • Escucha japones 聞く日本語

    This is a website to help Spanish speakers with their Japanese listening and conversation practice. You can listen to daily conversation set to a fun, bouncy rhythm and practise through repetition.

  • 日本語らくだ Nihongorakuda

    This is a site created by the University of Jordan's Japanese language education programme.

  • Digital EHON (Picture Book) Site

    On this site you can read, and listen to, Japanese folklore tales in 12 different languages, with accompanying pictures.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Japanese Songs

    Using this site you can listen to Japanese songs and see the lyrics in both Japanese and English. The tunes are a mixture of nursery rhymes, songs learned in school, folk songs and so on.

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