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  • Online Japanese - AJALT

    Using this site you can study elementary conversation, vocabulary, reading, grammar and so on. There's also conversation and reading practice for advanced learners.

  • いろはに富士通(IROHANI FUJITSU)

    A free textbook (ebook) issued by Fujitsu for beginners to study Japanese.There are eight chapters in all.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Japanese IO

    This is a site that lets you paste texts that you want to read and add ruby to the kanji or look up meanings of the words.

  • 日本語学習読本(Reading materials for learn Japanese)

    This site introduces easy-to-read Japanese books designed to make reading fun for children whose first language is not Japanese, children who have hearing difficulties or cannot hear, and children who are learning Japanese or find Japanese difficult, to read and enjoy by themselves.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • MATCHA

    This is a useful web magazine for foreigners who want to know about Japan. The reports are by writers who actually go to the sites and write about what they experienced.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 青空文庫 Aozora Bunko

    Here you can read copyright-free works of literature (and more) written in Japanese. These include some famous masterpieces.

  • JPLANG 日本語を学ぶ

    Here you can study a range of different aspects of Japanese - grammar, vocabulary, conversation, reading, listening and so on - from beginner to intermediate level.

  • Reading Tutor Homepage

    This is a reading support system for learners of Japanese, made up of several useful items, with a dictionary tool as the key component. Other items include a 'Toolbox', a 'Reading Resource Bank', 'Website Links', and a 'Grammar Quiz' section.

  • U-biq

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

  • mic-J : AV Resources for Japanese Language Instruction @ Tokyo Metropolitan University

    This site has a variety of learning materials for Japanese listening and reading comprehension, grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation and so on. A range of levels are catered for, from beginners to advanced students.

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