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* About Japanese
Guide to Websites related to Japan and the Japanese language, including dictionaries, schools, pen pals, language lessons, and more.
* All Free Dictionaries Project
Online project to build free translating dictionaries (e.g. English to Spanish) by allowing individuals to add and correct entries. Several dozen languages represented so far. Dictionaries can be searched online or downloaded. Includes links to other free dictionary sites.
* Asian Language Terminology
Terminology for Chinese and Japanese writing styles, including history, detailed information, and Hiragana & Katakana charts.
* Benjamin Barrett's Japanese Lesson Pages
Several dozen short lessons on reading and writing the Japanese Hiragana writing system. Includes pronunciation cues, a Hiragana table, and words that use each letter.
* Best Language Websites
Collection of links to sites related to language learning, translation, world languages, dictionaries, idioms, and travel. By Jim Becker.
* Cool Slang
User-built dictionary of slang words and phrases for 10 different languages (English, French, German, Hindi, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Persian, Serbian, and Turkish). Add your own slang or comment on the terms submitted by others.
* Digital Dialects Japanese Games
Online games with audio for learning Japanese words and sounds.
* East Asian Languages Web Resources
Collection of links from UC Berkeley related to a variety of East Asian languages and cultures, including Chinese, Korean, and Japanese. Includes links to university departments, dictionaries, news sites, and more.
* Engless
More than 60 multiple-choice quizzes for English, German, Italian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, and Japanese, in areas like slang, adjectives, verbs, and vocabulary.
* Excel@Japanese
A Japanese quizzing tool that uses Microsoft Excel to practice Kanji through fading repetition (words you get right are practiced less frequently).
* Free Japanese Lesson
Online lesson in Japanese grammar/vocabulary (mostly dialogs, with English and Japanese). Site also has a BBS, pen-pal list, and links to software for enabling Japanese on an English computer.
* Heidi's Tips on Japanese
Information about and links to useful software for people beginning to learn Japanese.
* Honyaku Home Page
Home for the Honyaku mailing list for professional Japanese/English translators. Subscribe or unsubscribe from the list, or check out the FAQ or other essays/articles on Japanese and translation.
* How to Wow! in Japanese
Beginning learning Japanese, including basic grammar, some word order, some verbs, vocabulary, hiragana, and kanji.
* How to Write/Create Japanese Home Pages
Step-by-step introduction to creating Japanese Web pages. Includes links to relevant software for Macintosh and Windows.
* Irasshai - Welcome to Japanese
Free Japanese distance-learning project via PBS from Georgia Public Broadcasting. More than 100 30-minute videos teaching Japanese language for English speakers. (Also available on DVD.)
* J & N English Club
Links to Japan and Japanese language-related sites.
* Japanese Online
Sixteen introductory Japanese lessons (for free) including pronunciation, grammar, and vocabulary for each lesson. Also includes free online message board and link to a free Japanese/English dictionary online. Also has links to Japanese software and other useful Web sites.
* Japanese-English Interpreter
from Rika Kashima. E-mail a sentence (Japanese or English), and she'll return the translation.
* Jeffrey's Japanese/English Dictionary
* Jim Breen's Japanese Page (EDICT)
Home of the EDICT Japanese dictionary/database project, which includes downloadable dictionary files and online searching capabilities, as well as links to other sites.
* Kanji A Day
Receive a new kanji character each day with examples of its use with this free e-mail newsletter from
* Kanji Dictionary Publishing Society
Publishes and sells several Kanji dictionaries for people learning or working with Kanji.
* The Kanji SITE
Lists and describes kanji characters from the Japanese Language Proficiency Test. Kanji characters are presented with their pronunciations and sample words/sentences using the character.
* Kanji's Japanese Home Page
Pages on Japan and Japanese, including Japanese language information, Japanese software, word quizzes, Japanese idioms, and more.
* Kansai Ben
Most common Japanese dialect. Includes common phrases with translations and audio clips.
* Language Learning Podcasts
Index of podcasts (downloadable audio suitable for playing on a computer or digital music player) targeted at language education. Current links include Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, French, German, and more. From Word2Word.
* Learn Japaneses with WebShop
4 introductory Japanese lessons by WebShop Web design. Mostly vocabulary.
* Learning Japanese Language and Culture
Introduction to the hiragana, katakana, and kanji writing styles, and links to other sites.
* Life Science Dictionary Project
English-to-Japanese dictionary/database project for scientific words/phrases. Files available, as well as information about the project.
* Logoi.Com
Language learning and reference software for many languages. Online articles about languages and language education. E-mail newsletters for Japanese and Chinese learners. Language learning over the phone.
* Nihon-no-Kotowaza
Japanese idioms and proverbs, with English translations and meanings.
* Read The Kanji
Site to help people learning Japanese to practice reading and using Kanji through quizzing and repetition. Free basic accounts with limited access to Kanji characters, or paid subscriptions for more extensive vocabulary lists.
* Reading Japanese
Seventeen free online lessons to teach the beginnings of reading Japanese. Introduces different hiragana and katakana in each lesson, building your vocabulary and knowledge. Includes links to software and other sites for Japanese.
* Shodouka Launchpad
Lets you view Japanese Web pages with any graphical browser - you don't need Japanese fonts.
* Super Language Web Sites
Large collection of links to Web sites related to Chinese, English (ESL/EFL), French, German, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Russian, and Spanish languages covering, where available, online language courses/lessons, newspaper and literature, travel, and more.
* Tae Kim's Japanese guide to Japanese grammar
Extensive introduction to the Japanese language. Covers the writing styles (hiragana, katakana, and kanji), basic and intermediate grammar, some vocabulary, numbers, telling time, and a lot more. Guide is available in several languages, and can be downloaded for viewing/saving offline.
* Teaching in Japan
Collection of information about getting a job teaching English in Japan. Includes index of Japanese language materials available at
* The Japanese Tutor
Online extensive Japanese language and culture tutorial.
* Japanese Grammar
Short but thorough introductory Japanese lessons/pages covering beginning grammar, writing (hiragana, katakana, kanji), vocabulary, and lots of links to related sites.
* Tofuguís 100 Best Resources For Learning Japanese
100 links to Web resources for people learning Japanese, including dictionaries, books, software, games, and more.
* Virtual Japanese Class
From the Foreign Language Centre at Nanyang Polytechnic. Free online Japanese quizzes to practice particles and word ordering, and a guide to the Hiragana alphabet.
* WebJapanese.Com
Site for beginning or continuing Japanese education. No real lessons, but lots of informative and helpful pictures, pages, guides, and more. Includes a picture dictionary, chat, BBS, games, and links.
* WordChamp
Offers free online vocabulary quizzes, some with audio, and allows members to create their own to share. Web Decoder feature allows you to view a Web site and show the translations for words/terms it recognizes by holding the mouse pointer over it. Forums allow language learners to communicate online.
* WordSteps
Free online vocabulary quizzes for Spanish, French, Chinese, Russian, and other languages. Members create shared dictionaries which you quiz yourself on through flashcards, multiple-choice, or translating activities to aid in memorization.
By Jim Breen. Online searchable Japanese/English dictionary with several different specialized dictionaries to choose from. Part of the larger EDIC project.

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