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         Japanese Language:     more books (101)
  1. English-Japanese / Japanese-English Dictionary of Computer and Data-Processing Terms by Gene Ferber, 1989-02-01
  2. An Introduction To Japanese Grammar and Communication Strategies by Senko K. Maynard, 1990
  3. Japanese Complete Course: Basic-Intermediate, Compact Disc Edition (LL(R) Complete Basic Courses) by Living Language, 2002-04-16
  4. Drive Time Japanese: Beginner Level by Living Language, 2009-09-01
  5. Kanji De Manga Volume 1: The Comic Book That Teaches You How To Read And Write Japanese! (Manga University Presents) by Glenn Kardy, Chihiro Hattori, 2005-02-09
  6. Complete Japanese: The Basics (Coursebook) (Complete Basic Courses) by Living Language, 2008-08-19
  7. 70 Japanese Gestures: No Language Communication by Hamiru-aqui, 2008-10-01
  8. The Japanese Alphabet: The 48 Essential Characters by Gabriel Mandel, 2008-04-15
  9. Understanding Japanese Information Processing by Ken Lunde, 1993-09-01
  10. Japanese English Dictionary by J. C. Hepburn, 1988-06
  11. 2010 New Japanese Language Proficiency Test Guide Book (N4 - N5 Outline and Question Examples, Atarashii Nihongo Nouryoku Shiken Gaido Bukku N4 N5 Hen) by Japan Fundation, 2009
  12. Workbook/Lab Manual to accompany Yookoso!: Continuing with Contemporary Japanese by Yasu-Hiko Tohsaku, 2006-04-27
  13. In-Flight Japanese: Learn Before You Land by Living Language, 2001-06-19
  14. Essential Kanji: 2,000 Basic Japanese Characters Systematically Arranged For Learning And Reference by P. G. O'Neill, 1987-11-01

61. The Monash Nihongo Ftp Archive
Extensive and frequently updated archive of japanese language related software. Most freely available Japaneserelated software for major operating systems.
The Monash Nihongo ftp Archive
Updated 07 March 2003 (Check the UPDATES file to see what has most recently arrived. Also check the Software section of my Japanese WWW page for recent links.) Skip straight to the full I N D E X Or use the following SHORT FORM INDEX
Files: Dictionary Other
Software: MS-DOS WINDOWS Unix, etc. Macintosh ... Miscellaneous As well as this archive, there are:
  • Jim Breen's much-visited Japanese Page , and
  • Jim Breen's WWWJDIC , a WWW server supporting his EDICT, KANJIDIC, ENAMDICT, COMPDIC, etc. files. Please feel free to try it.
Welcome to the /pub/nihongo archive at This page is automatically created by a program which keeps track of the archive contents. The archive is maintained by Jim Breen ( as a repository of files and software related to Japan, its people and particularly the Japanese language. Anyone wishing to submit material for the archive should send it by ftp to: Also YOU MUST email the ftp site administrator (Keith Lewis) on, providing the names of the files and other relevant information. If you do not do this, the files may be trashed. Send me ( a copy of the email. If you want to send an application you have developed, please send the file(s) plus (a) a short description to go in this index file (b) a text file describing the program and telling the user how to install and run it. Call your files something likely to be unique, such as "", not "".

62. Japanese Language Program
Admission to the japanese language Program. To Japanese Version The JapaneseLanguage Program. Application Guide (Summary) (2003
Admission to the Japanese Language Program
To Japanese Version
The Japanese Language Program
The Summer Intensive Program of Japanese
There will be NO Summer Intensive Program of Japanese in the 2003 academic year.
FQA (Sorry this site has been under construction!!)
We collect typical questions about the admission of the Japanese Language Program.
Last Update:2003/01/21

63. Japanese Kanji And Kana - Joyo96
This Kanji Study Group website teaches written japanese language for free. Indexed kanji references, Category Science Social Sciences Natural Languages Japanese...... and kana. Joyo96 is the world's most popular japanese language andJapanese book referal service on the Web. The Japanese Kanji
Indexed Kanji References Quick Look-Up Primers
  • Kanji Way
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  • StarFestival CD-ROM
  • NEW!! Cross Reference Tool for the Indexed Kanji References. " is through the understanding of the personal histories and cultures of other people that we come to recognize the common bond we all share and begin the work of building the global community of the future. StarFestival... " Page view 1,789,281. Join the Member list yet? Email: Subscribe Unsubscribe Read All About These? Joyo Koto Shamisen Dorodoro Shinsen Sekiheki Choose Sound
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    Want a link to your Japanese related web site here? Contributors Kanji Books! 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 integrate your study of Kanji with that of spoken phrases today. W elcome one of the world's most popular website devoted to learning written Japanese. We have resources here for all levels of Japanese language skill. Have you already mastered the kana, and have a grasp of some simple grammer? If so, you are probably ready for the

64. Kyoto Japanese Language School

65. So You Want To Learn Japanese...
I'm actually a Japanese major myself, and even if I've given it a bit of a hard time,I love the japanese language, and I think everyone should give it a try.
So You Want To Learn Japanese.
You've eaten at a few Japanese restaurants, seen some anime, hosted an exchange student, and had a Japanese girlfriend. And now, somewhere in the back of your tiny brain, you think that Japanese would be a good language to learn. Hey, you could translate video games! Or Manga! Or even Anime! Pick up Japanese girls, impress your friends! Maybe you'll even go to Japan and become an anime artist! Yeah! Sounds like a great idea!
So you head down to the library, pick up some books with titles like "How To Teach Yourself Japanes In Just 5 Seconds A Day While Driving Your Car To And From The Post Office" and "Japanese For Complete And Total, Utter Fools Who Should Never Procreate". Hey, you already know a few words from your manga collection/girlfriend/anime. Excited and impressed with your new knowledge, you begin to think: "Hey. Maybe, just maybe , i could do this for a living! Or even major in Japanese! Great Idea, Right?
I don't care how many anime tapes you've watched, how many Japanese girlfriends you've had, or books you've read, You don't know Japanese . Not only that, majoring in the godforsaken language is

66. Japanese For Beginners
More Japanese. Feature Articles A variety of articles about the japanese languageand culture. Language Polls - Fun polls about the japanese language.
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Hiragana - Learn how to write hiragana. Katakana - Learn how to write katakana. Kanji Get an idea about kanji and learn some of basic kanji. Audio Phrasebook - Basic Japanese vocabulary and expressions are used in daily conversations. Grammar/Expressions - Verbs, adjectives, particles, pronouns, useful expressions and more. Introductory Japanese - If you are new to Japanese, start here! More Japanese Lessons Check out the various Japanese lessons. Basic Skills Listening Reading Writing
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67. :: Home
A guide to travel and study in Japan. Includes travel guide, information about visas, transport, accommodation and a searchable database of japanese language schools.

68. Circle Square Canada
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Library of titles, music downloads, and japanese languagerelated files.

69. Free Light Japanese To Learn Japanese Language
With "Free Light Japanese" you can learn Japanese writing system (Hiragana, Katakana and Category Science Social Sciences Japanese Learning......Free Light Japanese to learn japanese language. With Software . . . .. Our language courses to learn Japanese Free Light Japanese I
Free Light Japanese to learn Japanese language
With "Free Light Japanese" you can learn Japanese writing system (Hiragana, Katakana and 1945 Joyo Kanji), vocabulary (and soon sentences) and pronunciation by using multimedia techniques. It supports 2 modes - teacher's mode and student's mode.
Only Free Light Japanese has successfully incorporated the following 3 advanced technologies into the same product.
  • multimedia based product:
    By combining pictures, sounds and texts, your Japanese course will be never a painful activity.
  • fast kanji look-up dictionary:
    You are wasting your precious time by using a paper dictionary. Why don't you let the computer to find kanji you need?
  • generator based concept:
    You can make your own exercises by importing pictures and texts from any painting programs, scanners or Internet, so your tutorial materials are indefinitely expandable.
Screen Shots
Click on one of the numbers in a picture to learn how to pronounce and write the items in Japanese. In this screen the numbers are also in Japanese but may be used the classic Arabic numerals too. The size of picture could be fairly large because the program can import ones up to 1024x1024 pixels.
Beside Hiragana and Katakana (phonetic letters of Japanese origin), you can learn the most important Kanji characters (ideogram letters of Chinese origin). Each Kanji can be reached by 4 different methods: component, number of strokes, pronunciation and English meaning. It is really a pleasure to see different Kanji to appear immediately by just changing the access methods.

70. JSTOR: The Journal Of The Association Of Teachers Of Japanese
JSTOR coverage Vols. 833, 1972-1999 In 2001, Journal of the Associationof Teachers of Japanese became japanese language and Literature .
The Journal of the Association of Teachers of Japanese
(continues The Journal-Newsletter of the Association of Teachers of Japanese JSTOR coverage: Vols. 8-33, 1972-1999
In 2001, Journal of the Association of Teachers of Japanese became Japanese Language and Literature . The volumes under the current title, Japanese Language and Literature , do not yet appear in JSTOR, as JSTOR coverage of the journal currently ends at 1999.
Please read JSTOR's "Terms and Conditions of Use" before you begin. Search this journal Browse this journal
Journal Information for The Journal of the Association of Teachers of Japanese
Publisher Association of Teachers of Japanese Moving Wall Journal of the Association of Teachers of Japanese (now titled Japanese Language and Literature ) publishes contributions in the areas of Japanese literary studies, Japanese linguistics, and Japanese language and literature pedagogy, as well as articles from other disciplines that help interpret or define the problems of Japanese literary history, literary or linguistic study, or classroom practice. Occasionally, an issue contains several articles on a single topic and is designated a "special issue". ISSN
Journal description provided by the Association of Teachers of Japanese Pre- and post-digitization work on this title was completed by Phyllis McCarty, JSTOR Production Technician.

71. Purdue Japanese Projects
Similar pages • Altaic Languages japanese language Books and Other Resources. Specialty Dictionaries. For relatedjapanese language resources see Japanese grammars, news, and fonts.
Japanese-related Projects at Purdue University
View this page in Japanese
WWW Resources for Japanese Instruction
Japanese E-mail Project at Purdue University
Japanese Freeware Projects at Purdue University
CATERS (Computer-Assisted TEchnical Reading System)
(collaboration with Tsukuba University)
Japanese Computer-based Instructional Resources Project (CIC-JAPIR)
(collaboration with the University of Michigan and Northwestern University)
Electronic Picture Resources for Language Instruction
Go to the Japanese section home page. Last update 10/5/02 by Atsushi Fukada and Kazumi Hatasa

72. Welcome To IPAL
The IPA Lexicon of the japanese language for computers contains basic nouns, verbs and adjectives.
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73. Middlebury College Language Schools
Now, at the beginning of a new century, the demand for people with proficiency inthe japanese language is increasing, and the need for immersion programs like
Language Schools Schools Abroad All of Middlebury College Admissions Alumni Athletics Bread Loaf Programs Career Services Catalog Handbook ITS Library News and Events LS Home Admissions Application Financial Aid ... Contact Us Jump to any LS Program Complete List of LS Programs -ARABIC SCHOOL 9-week Language Session -CHINESE SCHOOL- 9-week Language Session -FRENCH SCHOOL- 7-week Language Session 6-week Graduate Studies Session Undergraduate Study Abroad M.A. in Vermont M.A. in Paris M.A. in Paris with Internship -GERMAN SCHOOL- 7-week Language Session 6-week Graduate Studies session 7-week German for Singers program Undergraduate Programs Abroad M.A. in Vermont M.A. in Mainz -ITALIAN SCHOOL- 7-week Language Session 6-week Graduate Studies Session Undergraduate Programs Abroad M.A. in Vermont M.A. in Florence -JAPANESE SCHOOL- 9-week Language Session -PORTUGUESE SCHOOL- 7-week Language Session -RUSSIAN SCHOOL- 9-week Language Session 6-week Graduate Studies Session 3-week Heritage Speakers Program Undergraduate Programs Abroad M.A. in Vermont

74. University Of The Sacred Heart
Christian women's college in Tokyo with foreign and japanese languages and literature, history and social sciences, philosophy, and education departments.

75. Japan
Page on japanese language and photographs.

76. Elementary Japanese Language Course - Nihongo Shoho
Full course (34 lessons) based on the book Nihongo Shoho, with audio mp3 files, vocabulary trainer, Category Science Social Sciences Japanese Resources......Complete elementary japanese language course (34 lessons) learners based on thebook Nihongo Shoho, with audio mp3 files, vocabulary trainer, word and kanji

77. Reading Tutor Homepage
japanese language Reading Tutorial System, 15733rd visitor since Sept. 17.2002. Last updated on Mar. 6 2003. Japanese / Deutsch. Reading Tutor.
Japanese Language Reading Tutorial System 17484th visitor since Sept. 17. 2002.
Last updated on Mar. 6 2003.
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Welcome to Reading Tutor

Reading Tutor was designed to help JFL/JSL learners improve their reading skills in Japanese.
How to use Reading Tutor

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78. NAGANUMA SCHOOL (ƒiƒKƒkƒ}ƒXƒN[ƒ‹)
Accredited ( 5021) school in Tokyo (Shibuya). Part of the private Institute for Research in Linguistic Culture. Course descriptions, fees, textbook information.
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79. E-Japanese : Japanese Language Portal Site
ejapanese, Digital Assisted Language Learning, How To Study Japanese, JapaneseComputing, Power Tool Series for Japanese Learning, Learning Japanese Through
This is a self-initiated project to guide Japanese learners and Japanese to master kanji (Japanese/Chinese Characters) with minimal effort. While I was studying Japanese, I realized that conventional methods for learning Kanji took too much time and effort. So, I found and compiled some methods to make learning Japanese fun and easy. I don't want to show you a sea of the information or confuse you with a lot of Internet mumbo jumbo, I just want to guide you through the rough seas to dig up golden treasure from the dearth of available information out there.
Search WWW Search on e-Japanese site
New paper was posted on 7/30/02
How To Study Japanese : HTSJ Series-001
How To Study Japanese : Orientation

80. Japan Journal
After reading about and studying japanese language and management at university, the author visits Japan for the first time in January 1998 for 10 days.
Japan Journal After reading about and studying Japanese language and management at university, I was delighted to finally make my first visit there in January 1998 for 10 days. This is a personal report based on my own observations and interpretations of them. I have also used other books and articles about Japan and insight from an astute observer of Japanese culture and supporter of unorganization based in Japan- John Bardos. I have sought to communicate truth- but naturally a few mis-interpretations will have crept in. Most of what I observed and learned whilst in Japan is listed here, and I am confident that it is much more right than wrong. Supreme politeness and honesty I really enjoyed the politeness and honestly that I found in Japan. I enjoyed bowing my head all the time and trying to out-polite my hosts! Certainly, Japanese people are very helpful to non-Japanese- on a couple of occasions I stopped amidst a sea of people and looked lost. Seconds later, people voluntarily stopped and were asking me where I wanted to go. Twice, people who I asked directions from actually accompanied me over a kilometer towards my destination- once, trying to find the site of the Coca-Cola Olympic torch relay on Route 248 in Tokyo (a very fashionable area) and once trying to find some company offices. It was probably easier for them to show me than explain it to me!

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