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≪Karin≫Japanese Commonly-Paired Words Checker
This is a collocation search system for learners of the Japanese language that can be used on mobile devises, too.
This is a site where you can learn vocabulary and sentence structures along with rhythm and stress using fun songs and animated videos. Of the 16 songs introduced in the book, "Nihongo de Utaou (Let's Sing in Japanese)" (no longer in print), seven have been recreated on this website.
Bungo Nyûmon : A Brief Introduction to Classical Japanese
This site introduces, in a simple way, grammar patterns and notation styles to help you read Japanese classics.
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.
Japanese Learning Support Site RAICHO
You can practise hiragana, katakana, elementary grammar and pronunciation using its Japanese study content. There is also a list of readings and meanings of terms used in computing.
Let's enjoy Japanese! 擬音語･擬態語-日本語を楽しもう！
This is a website about giongo (onomatopoeia) and gitaigo (mimetic words), created by The National Institute for Japanese Language. You can study giongo and gitaigo by syllabary order, by category or by scene/manga.
NIHONGO de CARE-NAVI
On this site you can look up the meanings for words and expressions used in the fields of nursing and caregiving, with both Japanese-English and Japanese-Indonesian language support. You can also listen to audio.
This site is designed as a supplementary tool for learners studying the kanji using James Heisig's "Remembering the Kanji" method. You can make flashcards to help you memorise the kanji.
Wasabi - Learn Japanese Online-
We provide recited materials in collaboration with the radio station, FM Shimabara. Use radio podcasts designed as teaching materials to learn practical Japanese.
This is a quiz site for vocabulary in many different languages. The quizzes feature unique illustrations and movements and are in a game style.
You can study Japanese vocabulary using this website packed with plenty of illustrations, images, audio and quizzes. Various kinds of vocabulary are included, from words used in daily life to medical terms.
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.
Let’s study Japanese! にほんご123
There are 380 lessons with dialogue videos and vocabulary flashcards to learn with.
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.
This is a site that uses Jim Breen’s Japanese Dictionary and his Kanji Dictionary to create an online dictionary site that also lets you convert romaji into hiragana and katakana.
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.
This website has a wealth of contents, including a multilingual online dictionary, translation functions and language quizzes and games.
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.
語源由来辞典 (Dictionary of Word Origins)
This is a website where you can find out the etymology/origins of Japanese words in dictionary form. The derivations of Japanese words, Japanese events and Japanese customs are explained.
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