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  • United Links for Japanese Learning Web Resources

    This is a convenient collection of links to Japanese-study websites that allows you to choose the site you want to visit by selecting various categories, such as Japanese ability-level, display language and skills covered.

  • 動画・変体仮名百語 100 Classical Kana Words in Motion

    This is a useful site for those studying Japanese classical literature.

  • 『Japanese Pronunciation Practice through Shadowing』Mini course on 「Pronunciation Points」

    Japanese teachers explain pages on  「Pronunciation Points」 in a total of 20 videos as supplementary material that comes with the book 『Japanese Pronunciation Practice through Shadowing 』published by 3A Corporation.

  • Waseda Course Channel

    This is the study content of Pronunciation: Speaking with Fluency 3-4, a Waseda University Japanese Course for International Students. It consists of videos (all in Japanese) created as a special class for people who don't have many opportunities to practice pronunciation. They're very useful for advanced learners who want to be able to speak fluently.

  • JF Japanese e-Learning Minato

    Minato is a platform that offers a place to learn and meet new friends. You can learn by choosing the course that suits your level, from six levels based on the JF Standard for Japanese-Language Education (JFS).

  • Japanese for the Western Brain

    This is a site that offers an introduction to the Japanese language. Though no contents where you can actually practise yourself are available, you can read detailed explanations about Japanese.

  • memrise

    This is a site where you can enjoy learning via flashcards for free. It’s also a community style site with a registration system (SNS-type).


    This is a site aimed at Japanese people. Onomatopoeias are introduced through articles that use them and real examples from Twitter. It’s a site about onomatopoeias with an interesting design.

  • J-Cinema Guide for Teaching & Learning Japanese

    This is a site where you can find out information, such as ratings, of Japanese movies, dramas, and anime that Japanese teachers and learners have watched themselves and recommend and are useful for studying Japanese.

  • TTBJ - Tsukuba Test-Battery of Japanese

    This is a collection of Japanese tests, the TTBJ (Tsukuba Test-Battery of Japanese), developed and improved by the International Student Center at the University of Tsukuba.

  • 世界の国旗(National Flags of the World)

    Lets you search for world flags and obtain basic information about that country.


    This is a website that offers explanations on Japanese language and culture by using things encountered in daily life as learning materials.

  • sci.lang.japan Frequently Asked Questions

    This website presents a convenient collection of Frequently Asked Questions about Japan and the Japanese language.

  • Jim Breen's Japanese Page

    This is a Japanese dictionary and learning website, where lots of information is presented to help you make use of computers in your studies.

  • J-CAT Japanese Language Test

    This is a self-assessment test for the JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test). Register (for free) and you can take a test that adapts to suit your ability-level.

  • Japanese language learning tools on Web

    This collection of various links for learning Japanese is packed full of information. The links are split into 12 categories.

  • The Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) 日本語能力試験

    The official site of the Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT). Here you can attempt example questions for the new-style JLPT.

  • All Japanese All The Time

    This is a blog bursting with useful ideas, theories, study methods and information on all sorts of materials for language learners, particularly those studying Japanese.

  • wikiHow / How to Learn Japanese

    Japanese language study methods are introduced in an article found on the user-edited 'how to' manual site "wikiHow".

  • ようこそ!(Yookoso ! )

    Plenty of useful websites and tools for learners of Japanese are introduced here.

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