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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.

  • 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.

  • ONOMATOPELABO

    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.

  • RomajiDesu

    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.

  • NIHONGO NAVIGATOR

    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.

  • bab.la

    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.

  • TamaTamako's Nihongo Learning Animations-Let's learn Japanese!

    This is a blog where you can study Japanese kana, vocabulary and expressions and some beginner-level grammar with simple animations and audio.

  • NIHON Shock

    This is a website that introduces useful information about Japan and the Japanese language in a fun way, in blog form.

  • Quizlet

    This is a website that offers free flashcards and study games. It's useful for language learning.

  • 経済のにほんご (Economics/Business Japanese)

    This is a website where you can some study fundamental Japanese terms used in economics/business.

  • 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.

  • 漢字練習 Kanji Practice

    This is a website where you can do reading and writing practice for 450 beginner-level kanji. There is support for learners using Japanese language textbooks such as "Yookoso!" and "Genki".

  • Teach Yourself Japanese

    This is a useful site for people who are just starting their Japanese language study, and for people who are studying alone. It has introductory level kana, vocabulary and grammar explanations.

  • 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.

  • English-Japanese Vocabulary Quizzes 

    Vocabulary is included on a wide range of categories, from subjects such as animals, the human body, baseball and buildings to more academic contents. There are plenty of quizzes too.

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