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This site lets you practice learning hiragana and katakana, the two Japanese syllabaries. Click ‘Hiragana’ and/or... see more

There are those students who, though able to understand their instructors’ Japanese, read their Japanese textbooks, and... see more

This site offers extensive collections of photos taken in Japan with two types of galleries. Regional by cities and... see more

Health brochures in twenty-four different languages. These resources can be used in health professional courses as well... see more

MOSAIC is a curriculum project that links second language study with social studies in content-based thematic units. Each... see more

The Language Acquisition Resource Center's Digital Media Archive (DMA) at San Diego State University is a growing... see more

Cultural Interviews with International Business Executives is a compilation of around 1000 brief video clips in which... see more

This site lets you go through the deck randomly until you can recognize all the kana including voiced, voiceless, glides... see more

“The Lives of Japanese Elementary School Students” is a message from Japanese elementary school students to their peers... see more

'Byki Japanese is a powerful and personalized language-learning system, designed to advance your new language proficiency... see more

This is a free, online wikibook, so the contents are continually being updated and refined. Topics include: Government;... see more

Conjugations for verbs in numerous languages.

Network TV from around the world in a variety of languages. 138 stations available.While language professionals routinely... see more

This is a site site practicing "arimasu" ("to exist","to be") using a map. Since it is a very basic grammar item and... see more

A guide to learning Japanese grammar for those who "want to learn it in a systematic way that makes sense in Japanese".... see more

The concept of "giving" and "receiving" can be grammatically confusing for students of Japanese. This site covers various... see more

Hiragana (Japanese characters) drag-n-drop exercise.

An image database, consisting entirely of illustrations by the author, for the benefit of instructors of Japanese.

These interactive charts of the International Phonetic Alphabet will link you to a Flash animation of the sounds and... see more

A variety of texts for different levels of Japanese language instruction. Part of the larger Nihongo Web resource site.

Learn how to write Hiragana and Katakana using Quick Time movies. Learn to write Kanji and hear example sentences in... see more

The Japanese Text Initiative (JTI) is an ongoing collaborative electronic text project between the U.Va. Library and the... see more

A collection of basic Japanese words and phrases for the beginner.

Listening materials for learners of Japanese.