Japanese Language Japanese Culture: «Internet resources for learning Japanese»

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Free resources for learning Japanese. Those mentioned in Language/Multiple-languages/Culture/Internet-resources-for-polyglots are not to be listed again here.

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Very conveniently learn the language with mini-lessons and read the news, in many languages. This link was shared by Marsamy and I was notified by vincent.[edit | edit source]

A lot of lessons.[edit | edit source]

Helpful blog with pleasant design.[edit | edit source]

Grammar book.[edit | edit source]

Learning meterial.[edit | edit source]

Basic vocabulary.[edit | edit source]

Memorise basic words through pictures and articles, also some videos with subtitles.[edit | edit source]

The most popular online Japanese-English dictionary among several high-quality and different ones, others being Tangorin, RomajiDesu, 楽しい Japanese, JapanDict, JLearn.[edit | edit source]

Dictionary in German.[edit | edit source]

Dictionary. Maybe more than a dictionary.[edit | edit source]

Offline dictionary, available on several platforms, with flashcards.[edit | edit source]

Dictionary with some additional functions. It is open-source.[edit | edit source]

Multilingual dictionaries for Android. It is open-source.[edit | edit source]

Software for learning. It is open-source.[edit | edit source]

Kana, Kanji and vocabulary. It is open-source.[edit | edit source]

Learn related words in chains.[edit | edit source]

A place to learn grammar.[edit | edit source]

Video lessons.[edit | edit source]

Mostly about grammar.[edit | edit source]

Dictionary for similar words.[edit | edit source]

A little game for memorising Kanji.

I asked the creator why it require so many coins to unlock all characters that when you have such a number you have already unlocked them all, and I got the response: it requires real money.[edit | edit source]

App for reading articles. Some have translations, some have recordings.[edit | edit source]

For memorising Kanji.[edit | edit source]

For Kanji drilling.[edit | edit source]

Map of Kanji.[edit | edit source]

Grid of Kanji.[edit | edit source]

For practicing tenses, moods, voices, polarities.[edit | edit source]

Reading of number.[edit | edit source]

Accent dictionary, including vocabulary in textbooks.[edit | edit source]

Lists of pitch accents.[edit | edit source]

Readings in different levels.[edit | edit source]

NHK news for learners of Japanese.[edit | edit source]

This looks casual. Some comic and something else.

I always feel that its title is incomplete.[edit | edit source]

Example sentences.[edit | edit source]

For reading. Its furigana is sometimes wrong.[edit | edit source]

Reader. Its source code is available, but it is unlicensed.[edit | edit source]

Translate a word just by hovering the mouse.

For Chrome and Opera, there are Rikaikun (Chrome), Rikaikun (Opera); for Safari, there is Safarikai.[edit | edit source]

Vocabulary builder. It is able to create Anki notes.[edit | edit source]

Dictionary about dialects.[edit | edit source]

Practice of reading signs.[edit | edit source]

News about anime, manga, novels and games.[edit | edit source]

Database of anime, manga and some novels (in “Manga” section). There is another one which is completed as well but not so popular: AniDB.[edit | edit source]

Database of visual novels.[edit | edit source]

A serious look at localization.

There is no wonder that there are so many mistakes in localization considering Japan's EF EPI rank. There is also no wonder that there are so many mistakes in localization considering the Japanese level of developers from other countries.


GrimPixel, Vincent and Marianthi

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