Monday, December 29, 2008

Japanese Language Resources

Take your Japanese learning to the next level.

Find below a number of sites where you may continue your studies of the Japanese language.

If it’s a good Japanese dictionary you’re looking for, visit my post Japanese symbol dictionary.


日本語翻訳 – Translation of Japanese words and text to and from many languages.

Japanese Books and Learning Programs

Although I haven't personally used all books and learning software listed, I've set some kind of criteria to to ensure that I've brought you what I think is the best material for learning Japanese. For example, I made sure all materials had at least a 4 star rating (rated by 3 people or more), and read a couple of good and bad reviews.

In any case, you are invited to leave me a comment if you have used any of the materials here listed.

Japanese Vocabulary and Grammar:

Japanese Hiragana and Katakana:

Hiragana & Katakana Practice

Hiragana and Katakana Practice with PhilPhil Gyford has prepared a page for you to test your knowledge of Hiragana and Katakana. Real cool resource.

Japanese language resources with KanjistepOn Kanji Step's pages you can find loads of materials to practice your knowledge skills in Hiragana and Katakana.

If you are looking for a smooth introduction into the Japanese language, this is a great place to start.

Japanese language resources with NCJLT The National Council of Japanese Language Teachers promotes the development of materials for Japanese learning and teaching. It offers two publications (print and online): Oshirase and their digital newsletter, E-Oshirase.

Tae Kim's blog will become one of your favorite Japanese resources if you want to immerse yourself in the world of the Japanese language. She writes instructive articles for the beginner, intermediate and advanced level learners of Japanese. A real gem of a site.

The YouTubers

The Japanese video tutorials brought to you on this blog are thanks to the work of following the YouTubers:

Kyle Eppard

Akita Tom

Victor: gimeabreakman



The Japan Shop

Sodapencil: Talk Sushi


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1 comment:

  1. I recently finished my new educational game that allows one to learn Japanese in a fun and enjoyable way. It can improve one's kana reading/typing speed, and help reviewing JLPT kanji and particles. Feel free to try it out at :)