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The Mixxer is a free educational site hosted by Dickinson College for language learners and teachers to find a language... see more

This website provides links to 66 Flash animations of various grammatical structures in Japanese and 12 downloadable... see more

Multimedia presentation of two scrolls, one formerly believed to be an accurate copy of the other, depicting the Mongol... see more

During a conversation in Japanese, the listener often gives short verbal reactions which are not replies but "Aizuchi"... see more

This site has an unlimited supply of Japanese TV commercials.  Go to “Libraries” to check out the most recent commercials... see more

By clicking each hiragana or katakana in the charts, this website lets you see its stroke order and hear how it is... see more

The haiku of Japanese poet Kobayashi Issa is presented in a large archive, searchable by key word, year of composition,... see more

An exploration of the life and haiku of Kobayashi Issa.

The site is designed as a resource for foreign language teachers, this toolbox offers games, art and music projects, and... see more

Interviews with Foreign Language Exchange Students is a compilation of brief video clips in which Japanese and non-native... see more

The Japanese Language Module offers web-based educational materials that have been created for students who can... see more

KanaCards is the fre online application that can help students master the two basic Japanese alphabets-Hiragana and... see more

A searchable Web-based tool that is designed to help beginning and intermediate-level Japanese language learners read and... see more

Kanji Clinic provides practical advice and inspiration to non- Japanese adults striving to become literate in Japanese by... see more

This site was designed for Kanji practice for learners of Japanese at Dartmouth College, NH, USA. Each page presents a... see more

Aimed primarily at people who are studying for the JLPT, and as such the kanji are organized according to the syllabi for... see more

Kids Web Japan is a website that introduces Japan to schoolchildren aged between 10 and 14 who live in other countries.... see more

This site provides AJALT's Learning Supplements for "Japanese for Busy People".

Master Hiragana is designed to aid learners of Hiragana. They present 104 items which cover all the important information... see more

MyKikitori is a listening practice site for anyone who is looking for extra listening practice in beginning Japanese.... see more

Particles play an important role in the Japanese language. Nonetheless, they are one of the most challenging aspects of... see more

Listen to Japanese radio in Japanese and twenty-two other languages.

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