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  • NHK WORLD Easy Travel Japanese

    On this site you can watch episodes of "Easy Travel Japanese", currently aired on NHK WORLD TV, for free. You can learn that "one phrase" that is useful for travelers in Japan.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • マルチメディア「にほんごをまなぼう」

    You can learn the kind of language often used in Japanese schools, including greetings, conversation and classroom instructions.

  • Aizuchi (back-channeling): A key to smooth conversation

    This is a website where you can watch videos showing the use of "aizuchi" (small, agreeable responses made while listening to a conversation partner, sometimes referred to as "back-channeling") to help you study and practise a smoother style of conversation.

  • 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.

  • TUFS Language Modules

    On this site you can watch videos of conversations and practise your listening, speaking and writing.

  • Kansai-ben: self-study site for Japanese Language Learners

    This is a site where you can find some detailed information on the Kansai dialect. There is an abundance of audio and video material, so you can study Kansai-ben in a fun way.

  • 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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