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         Japanese Language:     more books (101)
  1. Japanese Demystified: A Self-Teaching Guide by Eriko Sato, 2008-05-06
  2. SPEAK JAPANESE TODAY -- A Little Language Goes a Long Way! (Volume 2) by Boye Lafayette De Mente, 2009-10-10
  3. Diego Collado's Grammar of the Japanese Language by Diego Collado, 2010-03-07
  4. Japanese, Basic: Learn to Speak and Understand Japanese with Pimsleur Language Programs (Simon & Schuster's) by Pimsleur, 2005-11-01
  5. Making Sense of Japanese: What the Textbooks Don't Tell You (Power Japanese Series) (Kodansha's Children's Classics) by Jay Rubin, 2002-03-01
  6. Japanese for Dummies AUDIO+CD by Eriko Sato, 2002-05-15
  7. Japanese Sentence Patterns for Effective Communication: A Self-Study Course and Reference by Taeko Kamiya, 2005-12-01
  8. Japanese, The Spoken Language: Part 2 (Yale Language Series) (Pt. 2) by Professor Eleanor Harz Jorden, 1988-05-25
  9. Japanese Grammar (Grammar series) by Carol Akiyama, Nobuo Akiyama, 1991-08
  10. The Ultimate Japanese Phrasebook: 1800 Sentences for Everyday Use Incl. CD by Kit Pancoast Nagamura, Kyoko Tsuchiya, 2010-02-01
  11. Japanese: The Spoken Language: Faculty Guide (Yale Language Series) by Associate Professor Mari Noda, 1998-05-25
  12. Japanese, The Spoken Language: Part 3 (Yale Language Series) (Pt.3) by Professor Eleanor Harz Jorden, 1990-09-10
  13. Beginner's Japanese with 2 Audio CDs (Hippocrene Beginner's Series) by Joanne Redmond Claypoole, 2006-05-15
  14. Business Japanese: Over 1,700 Essential Business Terms in Japanese (Tuttle Language Library) by Reiko Suzuki, Are Hajikano, et all 2006-03-15

1. Japanese-Online
Free japanese language Lessons and Translated Math Story Problems from Japan's Jr. High Math Placement Category Science Social Sciences Japanese Learning...... Japan. Online Dictionary FREE bidirectional online dictionary, ForumDiscussion board for japanese language, culture, etc. Links
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A great resource for everyone interested in studying Japanese. offers a free online dictionary, Japanese lessons, discussion forum, and useful links. It is the place to go to get connected with others interested in Japan or Japanese! Japanese Lessons
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2. JP NET Home Page
Hypertext materials and articles A collection of articles about Japan, the JapaneseLanguage, and japanese language teaching. Resources for Students.
Resources for Educators
  • StarFestival
    A multimedia program about Japan for Social Studies, Geography, and Language (originally developed at MIT).
  • Kanji Project
    Use this collection of on-line materials to build Kanji study materials customized to your curriculum.
  • Nikoniko Net
    Nikoniko Net is an on-line community of professionals involved in teaching Japanese at the pre-college level. Our first tool is an electronic mailing list for discussion of issues, ideas and materials for our work. If you are professionally involved in pre-college teaching of Japanese, please follow the link and request to join.
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    A collection of articles about Japan, the Japanese Language, and Japanese Language teaching.
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3. Japanese Language
Exercises and lessons to help you learn to speak and write Japanese. Phonetics, calligraphy, grammar, and dictionaries. About Homework Help japanese language. Search

Nihongo: Japanese Language
New: Prehistoric Japanese News A simplified form for text
Display Kanji? Display Kana? See also Jim Breen's Japanese Page for more on Japanese dictionaries and other good Japanese sources... Gateway to Japanese Language A guide to links... Extensive resources: Japanese Language and Literature at the Human-Languages Page Japanese Patent Attorney
What's in a Word
In 1997-98, I wrote a monthly column for Japan Currents magazine, with a Japanese and English-speaking readership - "What's in a Word" - with some light linguistic musings on both English and Japanese topics, many of which I've posted here. They were published with Japanese translations, which I hope to have up here soon, as well: My (Japanese-related) "What's in a Word" columns in Japan Currents Sancho Wasan " by Rennyo (1415-99), hossu (head abbot) of Honganji, Kyoto] During the years I've studied Japanese, I've compiled numerous lists about segments of the language. One of my favorites is a large collection of numerical classifiers (see below), but there are also expression lists of various types, compound verbs, etc., etc., which will appear here as time goes by. Most of them include some Japanese characters, but even without a Japanese system you can read them with the

4. Japanese: Learn Japanese Language, Grammar, Kanji, Culture And More For FREE!
Learn Japanese for free Explore the fun side of the japanese language. Focusing on kanji, JLPT prep, grammar, culture, and much more all FREE! Wear your Japanese! Original designs found only here! LANGUAGE RESOURCES. NEW!

Japanese comics [in Japanese]. Great for having fun while studying! New lower prices! Now over 150 different manga to choose from!

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NEW! Canon Wordtank Electronic Dictionary

Currently, Kanji Postcards. Send to your friends! STORE STUDY
We now offer the tool for studying! Click here to learn more What's New? Wordtank Central! (A new Information gathering place for Japanese electronic dictionaries - opens a new window) Momotarou-san (songs) Unspeakably Bad (howtowow) To Elope (howtowow) HOW TO WOW GRAMMAR Get a healthy dose of not-too-difficult Japanese grammar KANJI Exploration of the 2000 or so Chinese characters CULTURE Everything relating to Japanese culture.

5. TokyoTokyoTokyo / Indispensabl Guide To Tokyo
Many Japanese(including japanese language teacher) visit Japanese version of TOKYOTOKYOTOKYO.
Tokyo Tokyo Tokyo
Learning Japanese Language
Back to Tokyo Tokyo Tokyo Selected Learning Japanese Sites
Quizzes// TOKYO TOKYO TOKYO started its Japanese Language Quize Lessons.
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Adventures of Taro and Hanako Adventures of Taro and Hanako , and get high score. Forum Since 02/16/97 TOKYO TOKYO TOKYO See Guestbook and introduce yourself, email him/her. Around 150 people from all over the world visit TOKYO TOKYO TOKYO every day. Exchanging Messages Since 02/17/97 Here you can communicate with Japanese people. Ask your question, answer his/her question. See Guestbook and introduce yourself, email him/her. Around 150 people from all over the world visit TOKYO TOKYO TOKYO every day. JP NET Japanese Language and Culture Network AJALT (Association for Japanese Language Teaching, Japanese for Busy People) On May 15th its home page started. Excellent.

6. Japanese Language School, Aichi Center For Japanese Language Studies At The Yama
Accredited (APJLE B302) japanese language school in Aichi (Central Japan). Part of the Yamasa Institute offering academic Japanese, short courses, studytours, scholarships and internships.
Welcome to Japan's leading Japanese Language School.
Aichi Center for Japanese Studies
A non-profit center for Japanese Language Studies in Okazaki City, Aichi Prefecture.
Sponsored by the Hattori Foundation (est.1919) The Yamasa Institute. iMode version WAP version
APJLE Accreditation Number: B302 For general inquiries please email our offices today. content is constructed/maintained by the Director of the International Office
Mr. Declan Murphy
together with the students and staff of the Yamasa Multimedia Studio guests have visited this page.
Our thanks to you all!

Site teaches classical (i.e. old) japanese language through poems and extracts from literary classics. Grammar is explained. New poems added every week.
Welcome to the!
This website is a continually growing collection of short "lecture notes", featuring a poem or passage from Japanese or Chinese classics, presented in original script (encoded in euc-JP), and in English translation. I have reorganized this website recently, and added lots of new content. I regrouped the poems in a separate poetry section, while most of the new stuff is related to Oriental philosophy, ranging from Confucius and Lao Tse to premodern Zen masters and martial art classics.
Here is the table of content:
Latest updates:
2002-07-20: Site completely reorganized. Click here to go to the new section on Eastern philosohy, Zen/Chan, and martial arts classics...
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8. Japanese Language
Exercises, tips and lessons to help you learn to speak and write Japanese. Practice phonetics, calligraph Category Science Social Sciences Japanese Resources......Free online lessons for japanese language including hiragana, katakana and kanji. JapaneseLanguage. with Namiko Abe Your Guide to one of hundreds of sites,
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Particles: Wa VS Ga

Particles are probably one of the most difficult and confusing aspects of Japanese sentences. The two most confusing seem to be "wa" and "ga".
Special: Japanese Baby Names - Learn about naming conventions.
Special: Audio Phrasebook - Listen and learn vocabulary. Japanese for Beginners This is a page for beginners or people who need a quick reference. It includes links to hiragana, katakana, kanji, useful vocabulary and basic verbs etc. More: Sound Files - To improve your pronunciation. More: Japanese Lessons - Check out my various lessons. Kanji for Tattoos This is the page for people who are looking for a kanji character for a tattoo. Even if you don't want to have a tattoo, it will help you to find out how to write your name or the words you want to know in kanji.

9. Minamoto - Index - Impressions On Japan, Japanese People And Language, Minamoto
Impressions about Japan, japanese language, people, and culture.
last update 08/02/2002 original English version Learning Japanese Language
(Japanse lessen) French version
machine translated version Jikoji: verzameling teksten
Shoshin Ge German version
machine translated version some pictures from the Ardennes extra pictures (taken with Sony PC3)

10. Subject Guides
japanese language resources.  .  . Contents.
Subject guides Middlebury College
Ask a librarian Japanese language resources Contents Dictionaries and encyclopedias
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Language and literature
Japanese e-texts Audio and video recordings
  • Sunderland video collection : Audio and video recordings featuring Japanese language data are located in the Sunderland Media Center. Language tapes are available for use at the Center. Some access points for Japanese language videos include:

11. Japanese Language Services Ltd.
Specializing in the translation of Japanese technical documentation into English and the provision of consecutive and simultaneous interpretation services.

12. Jim Breen's Japanese Page
Home of the free EDICT JapaneseEnglish dictionary. Also links to other sites about Japanese.Category Science Social Sciences Japanese Resources...... Times. The WWW site has copies of the articles, plus a number of hereother articles and reviews on japanese language education.
Jim Breen's Japanese Page Last Modified: 27 March 2003. (Details of recent updates As many readers of this page will know, I have an on-going interest in Japan, its people and language. This has led to a number of activities bringing together Japanese and my professional activities in computing and telecommunications. I have assembled this set of pages: (a) to provide information about a number of my projects in the area of Japanese computing and dictionaries, (b) to provide links to some of the resources available on the WWW on Japanese matters. These pages received a mention in an article in the Asahi Evening News, by Andrew Horvat, whose pages have a link below. William Gordon has written an extended essay on these pages and the WWWJDIC dictionary server. David Jolly mentioned WWWJDIC in an article in the International Herald Tribune backup copy Please feel free to send me email about the various Japanese projects described on this page. I will try very hard to reply quickly, but I get a lot of mail, and long letters may take a while. If you are thinking of emailing me about other things, especially to ask me questions not related to my projects, please read this page first, as it may save us both some time. If you want to link to or from this page, I have some

13. Japanese Language Learning Tools On Web
japanese language learning tools on Web. What's new? Japanese ? Enjoy japanese language as sound. Japanese
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Japanese-English, English-Japanese dictionaries
Dictionary for Beginners Kanji Furigana (Hiragana) for Japanese Learners provides easy search and furigana service for your ease of reading online. Prof. Miwa of LESSON/J made an easy interface where you enter URL of the site you want to read with Furigana. - Japanese and Chinese pop-up hints!
Free Online Bidirectional English-Japanese Dictionary
Kiki's Kanji Dictionary
Japan Picture Dictionary ...
Japanese-English Dictionary of Business and Finance kanji, kana help The Kanji SITE - A guide for students of Japanese Kanji A lot of classes use this site!
Kanji Clinic The creator, Mary Sisk Noguchi, has been writing for The Japan Times called "Kanji Clinic." The Kanji Clinic Web site includes all previous columns (12, so far), reviews of kanji learning materials, several papers I have written on kanji learning, and response from Japan Times readers/visitors to the site. Check it out!
gahoh Home Page-E Show you how to write kana and kanji in QuickTime movie Kanji Game Using shockwave and other cool tools.

14. ALA Japanese Language School
Accredited (APJLE 5041) school in Tokyo (Shinjuku) teaches communication and conversation lessons.

15. Japanese Language
Free online lessons for japanese language including hiragana, katakana and kanji.

16. Using Japanese Language On Your Computer
Using japanese language on your computer. You can Literature, St. CloudState University, is a source of Japan and japanese language.
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Using Japanese language on your computer
You can display , or Japanese, on your computer in some ways. With appropriate software, you can type and edit Japanese as well (i.e. no specific hardware required). Note that the latest OSs such as Windows 98/2000 and MacOS 8/9 should have the built-in functionality to provide world wide language support (e.g., install all Japanese supports with English version of Windows 2000, and set 'default language' to Japanese). Please consult your manual or ask a computer shop. If you're interested in other aspect of Japan than computing, please consult the Table of Contents of this site. Thank you for visiting.
To display Japanese with:
If you have Japanese system installed on your computer, things are qute simple.
  • Pull down "Options" menu from the menubar (or " View " menu if you use version 4)
  • 17. Joyo 96 - Understanding Written Japanese
    This Kanji Study Group website teaches written japanese language for free. SeeThe Kanji Way to japanese language Power , and start enjoying Kanji today.
    Understanding Written Japanese
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    Contact us? org . . . teaching Kana and the Japanese Ministry of Education's Kanji since 1996 In Affiliation With FACT: A strategy based on sound research can mobilize and compel Kanji to contribute to conversational skills. See The Kanji Way to Japanese Language Power , and start enjoying Kanji today. page views this page. Join the mailing list yet? Email: Subscribe Unsubscribe Indexed Kanji References Quick Look-Up Primers W elcome to the world's most popular website devoted to learning written Japanese. Please join the mailing list for updates on special group purchases of books and software such as The Kanji Way to Japanese Language Power Originally (in 1996) I set out to create a site focused on the , or "General Use" Kanji. I wanted to create a resource which combined etymology, calligraphy, and memory aids, as there were no textbooks as comprehensive as my ambition. At that time there was a general paucity of websites where you could really learn Japanese online. Not a single web based resource taught the stroke order of Chinese characters except for our 1st Grade Kanji section. Nobody then, or now, offered a free course as complete as our 140 page

    The APJLE is the body that certifies japanese language Institutes in Japan. This site contains their official list of accredited japanese language Schools (PDF format).
    As of Mar. 31, 2002
    The Japanese language institutes mentioned below have been approved by the Association for the Promotion of Japanese Language Education.
    As for the outline of the said association, you may refer to "About the Association for the Promotion of Japanese Language Education".
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    19. Japanese Writing
    Helps older students develop written katakana, hiragana, and kanji skills.Category Kids and Teens School Time Foreign Languages Japanese...... learn. Composed of 46 basic yet very distinctive characters, katakanacan be used to express any sound in the japanese language. The
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    The Japanese Writing Tutor
    About this site
    This page is meant to help students of Japanese practice their writing skills. By following along with the motion of several animated GIF files, you can hone your writing skills, making your katakana, hiragana, and kanji more legible. As of now, it does not deal with transliteration, dipthongs, why the characters are organized the way they are, or any other writing conventions; it is only meant to help learn individual characters. The romanized equivalents of the sounds I've used are ones I believe to be most understandable to English speakers, because I've never felt a chill thinking about the beauty of sunrise over Mount Huzi. When I first began learning Japanese, I found that among all of the other difficulties, writing posed special challenges. Not the least of these challenges was the fact that when writing Japanese characters, you must follow a specific order and direction of the strokes in order to be understood by a native reader of Japanese. Several times when trying to communicate through writing, I was met with blank looks of incomprehension, because what to me looked like the character for "water" looked to the average Japanese person like a scribbled mess. Any book that deals with Japanese writing (two I have found immensely useful are Reading Japanese by Jorden and Chaplin, and

    20. Japanese Language Service
    Offering tutoring, translation and interpretation.
    Japanese Language Service #type of service #tutor's resume Phone:781-640-7795 #contact me

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