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

No matter where we go folktales reflect one’s culture.   This site turns the folktales of various countries into a... 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

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

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

Origami Club in English ( is information site about origami for everyone for free.  ... see more

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

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

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

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

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

"Nihongo o manaboo", which literally means "Let's learn Japanese", is a collection of flash based animations for... see more

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

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

Need some Japanese pictures for your lesson?   You’ve come to the right site.   First, browse through our category... see more

Kansai-ben is the most powerful regional dialect in Japan nowadays, spoken by over twenty million people including those... see more