Japanese Language Sitemap - Page 2 2016-09-26

Check please in Japanese - How to say check please in Japanese
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Check, please! (Okanjou o onegaishimasu)

Impossible in Japanese - How to say impossible in Japanese
Learn how to say impossible in Japanese: japanese phrases informal situations dayo quot quot disagreement

Joyo Kanji - Joyo Kanji taught at Grade 2
Learn the Joyo Kanji taught in Grade 2: lesson archives kanji characters kanji character japanese schools 163

How far in Japanese - How to say how far in Japanese
Learn how to say how far in Japanese: japanese phrases quot

Why not in Japanese - How to say why not in Japanese
Learn how to say why not in Japanese: japanese phrases male speaker phrase

It's snowing in Japanese - How to say it's snowing in Japanese
Learn how to say it's snowing in Japanese: japanese phrases yuki weather archives

Great in Japanese - How to say great in Japanese
Learn how to say and write great in Japanese: japanese phrases

Fujisan - Fujisan in Japanese hiragana and kanji
Learn about fujisan, Mt. Fuji, and how to write fujisan in kanji and hiragana

How to write fire in Japanese - fire in Japanese kanji
Learn how to write fire in Japanese: kanji characters hanabi kasai conflagration compounds

That's enough in Japanese - How to say that's enough in Japanese
Learn simple Japanese phrases - That's enough (Sorede juubun desu)

How to write good fortune in Japanese kanji - Japanese word for good fortune
How to write good fortune in Japanese kanji: fortune 50 kanji symbol good fortune nbsp japanese kanji

That's right in Japanese - How to say that's right in Japanese
Learn how to say that's right in Japanese: japanese phrases

How to write spirit in Japanese - spirit in Japanese kanji
Kanji Land Lessons - Learn kanji character for spirit

How to write sun in Japanese - sun in Japanese kanji
Kanji Land Lessons - Learn kanji character for sun (hi)

How to write day of the week in Japanese - day of the week in Japanese kanji
Kanji Land Lessons - Learn kanji character for day of the week (you)

That's cool in Japanese - How to say that's cool in Japanese
Learn how to say that's cool in Japanese: japanese phrases sore wa male speaker sugoi nbsp

How to write black in Japanese - black in Japanese kanji
Kanji Land Lessons - Learn kanji character for black (kuro)

What day in Japanese - How to say what day in Japanese
Learn how to say what day in Japanese: japanese phrases

Absolutely not in Japanese - How to say absolutely not in Japanese
Learn how to say absolutely not in Japanese: japanese phrases disagreement

How to write learn in Japanese - kanji symbol for learn
Learn how to write Japanese kanji symbol for learn

Cheerful in Japanese - How to say cheerful in Japanese
Learn how to say cheerful in Japanese: japanese phrases

Let's eat itadakimasu in Japanese - How to say let's eat in Japanese
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Let's eat (Itadakimasu)

How exciting in Japanese - How to say how exciting in Japanese
Learn how to say how exciting in Japanese: japanese phrases male speaker nante nbsp phrase

How to write trust in Japanese kanji - Japanese word for trust
How to write trust in Japanese kanji: kanji symbol pronunciation nbsp japanese kanji japanese symbol

What's your hobby in Japanese - How to say what's your hobby in Japanese
Learn how to say what's your hobby in Japanese: japanese phrases nan desu

Run away in Japanese - How to say run away in Japanese
Learn how to say run away in Japanese: japanese phrases

Looks delicious in Japanese - How to say looks delicious in Japanese
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Looks delicious (Oishisou)

Simple Japanese Phrases - Looks like it (Sono you desu ne)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Looks like it (Sono you desu ne)

Strange in Japanese - How to say strange in Japanese
Learn How to say strange in Japanese: japanese phrases strange notes informal situations desu disagreement

What time in Japanese - How to say what time in Japanese
Learn how to say what time in Japanese: japanese phrases

Never mind in Japanese - How to say never mind in Japanese
Learn how to say never mind in Japanese: japanese phrases encouragement

How to write happiness in Japanese kanji - Japanese word for happiness
How to write happiness in Japanese kanji symbol: kanji symbol pronunciation happiness nbsp japanese kanji

Don't cry in Japanese - How to say don't cry in Japanese
Learn how to say don't cry in Japanese: japanese phrases don t cry

But in Japanese - How to say but in Japanese
Learn how to say but in Japanese: japanese phrases formal situations disagreement demo

Be careful in Japanese - How to say be careful in Japanese
Learn how to say be careful in Japanese: japanese phrases ki

It's ok in Japanese - How to say It's ok in Japanese
Learn how to say It's ok in Japanese: japanese phrases

What's your job in Japanese - How to say what's your job in Japanese
Learn how to say what's your job in Japanese: japanese phrases job

Good in Japanese - How to say good in Japanese
Learn how to say good in Japanese: japanese phrases desu yo particle

Sounds good in Japanese - How to say sounds good in Japanese
Learn how to say sounds good in Japanese: japanese phrases desu sounds

Sit down in Japanese - How to say sit down in Japanese
Learn how to say sit down in Japanese: japanese phrases sit

How to write red in Japanese - red in Japanese kanji
Kanji Land Lessons - Learn kanji character for red (aka)

Keep going in Japanese - How to say keep going in Japanese
Learn how to say keep going in Japanese: japanese phrases encouragement

To whom in Japanese - How to say to whom in Japanese
Learn how to say to whom in Japanese: japanese phrases dare

What's the date in Japanese - How to say what's the date in Japanese
Learn how to say what's the date in Japanese: japanese phrases nichi nan

Who knows in Japanese - How to say who knows in Japanese
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Who knows? (Saa dou kana)

Wrong in Japanese - How to say wrong in Japanese
Learn how to say wrong in Japanese: japanese phrases informal situations disagreement

Stop in Japanese - How to say stop in Japanese
Learn how to say stop in Japanese: japanese phrases informal situations disagreement yamete

Too spicy in Japanese - How to say too spicy in Japanese
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Too spicy (Karasugiru)

Simple Japanese Phrases - I got it (Wakarimashita)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - I got it (Wakarimashita)

Simple Japanese Phrases - Is that right? (Sou desu ka)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Is that right? (Sou desu ka)

Joyo Kanji - Joyo Kanji taught at Grade 3
Learn Joyo kanji taught at Grade 3: lesson archives kanji characters kanji character japanese schools grade 3

Thanks in Japanese - How to say thanks in Japanese
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Thanks (Arigatou): japanese phrases formal situations arigatou gozaimasu expressions

How long in Japanese - How to say how long in Japanese
Learn how to say how long in Japanese: japanese phrases kurai particle

You're wrong in Japanese - How to say you're wrong in Japanese
Learn how to say you're wrong in Japanese: japanese phrases disagreement

Keep trying in Japanese - How to say keep trying in Japanese
Learn how to say keep trying in Japanese: japanese phrases encouragement

Too bad in Japanese - How to say too bad in Japanese
Learn how to say too bad in Japanese: japanese phrases disagreement

Hurry up in Japanese - How to say hurry up in Japanese
Learn how to say hurry up in Japanese: japanese phrases

How to write wisdom in Japanese kanji - Japanese word for wisdom
How to write wisdom in Japanese kanji symbol: kanji symbol pronunciation wisdom nbsp japanese kanji

Smart in Japanese - How to say smart in Japanese
Learn how to say smart in Japanese: japanese phrases atama intelligence smart

Where to in Japanese - How to say where to in Japanese
Learn How to say where to in Japanese: japanese phrases quot particle

How to write love in Japanese kanji - Japanese word for love
How to write love in Japanese kanji: kanji symbol for love love quot pronunciation nbsp symbol for love

How to write shell in Japanese - shell in Japanese kanji
Kanji Land Lessons - Learn kanji character for shell

Pretty good in Japanese - How to say pretty good in Japanese
Learn how to say pretty good in Japanese: japanese phrases desu

I'm sad in Japanese - How to say I'm sad in Japanese
Learn simple Japanese phrases - I'm sad (Kanashii)

Are you serious in Japanese - How to say are you serious in Japanese
Learn how to say are you serious in Japanese: japanese phrases

Cool in Japanese - How to say cool in Japanese
Learn how to say cool in Japanese: japanese phrases cool phrases

How to write one in Japanese - one in Japanese kanji
Learn how to write one in Japanese: kanji characters itsu tsu compounds pronunciation

I'm full in Japanese - How to say I'm full in Japanese
Learn simple Japanese phrases - I'm full (Manpuku desu)

Slow down in Japanese - How to say slow down in Japanese
Learn how to say slow down in Japanese: japanese phrases

Don't touch in Japanese - How to say don't touch in Japanese
Learn how to say don't touch in Japanese: japanese phrases t touch

Happy New Year in Japanese - How to say Happy New Year in Japanese
Learn how to say Happy New Year in Japanese: useful japanese phrases japanese phrase happy new year phrase of the day akemashite omedetou

Of course in Japanese - How to say of course in Japanese
Learn how to say of course in Japanese: japanese phrases japanese course

How to write draw in Japanese - draw in Japanese kanji
Kanji Land Lessons - Learn kanji character for draw

Simple Japanese Phrases - Shut up! (Damare)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Shut up! (Damare): japanese phrases anger

Are you kidding in Japanese - How to say are you kidding in Japanese
Learn how to say are you kidding in Japanese: japanese phrases

That's enough in Japanese - How to say that's enough in Japanese
Learn how to say that's enough in Japanese: japanese phrases mou disagreement

How to write middle in Japanese - middle in Japanese kanji
Kanji Land Lessons - Learn kanji character for middle (naka)

It's windy in Japanese - How to say it's windy in Japanese
Learn How to say it's windy in Japanese: japanese phrases windy weather kaze weather archives

How fast in Japanese - How to say how fast in Japanese
Learn how to say how fast in Japanese: japanese phrases kurai quot

Not yet in Japanese - How to say not yet in Japanese
Learn how to say not yet in Japanese: japanese phrases

How to write right in Japanese - right in Japanese kanji
Kanji Lessons - Learn kanji character for right (migi)

Smells good in Japanese - How to say smells good in Japanese
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Smells good (Ii nioi)

Ditto in Japanese - How to say ditto in Japanese
Learn how to say ditto in Japanese: japanese phrases ditto

Got it in Japanese - How to say got it in Japanese
Learn how to say got it in Japanese: japanese phrases

Calm down in Japanese - How to say calm down in Japanese
Learn how to say calm down in Japanese: japanese phrases

No in Japanese - How to say no in Japanese
Learn how to say no in Japanese: japanese phrases

How to write life in Japanese - life in Japanese kanji
Kanji Land Lessons - Learn kanji character for life (ikiru)

I understand in Japanese - How to say I understand in Japanese
Learn how to say I understand in Japanese: japanese phrases wakarimashita

Best wishes in Japanese - How to say best wishes in Japanese
Learn how to say best wishes in Japanese: japanese phrases best wishes happiness

Be patient in Japanese - How to say be patient in Japanese
Learn how to say be patient in Japanese: japanese phrases

Is this Okay in Japanese - How to say is this Okay in Japanese
Learn how to say is this Okay in Japanese: japanese phrases kore

Who is it in Japanese - How to say who is it in Japanese
Learn how to say who is it in Japanese: japanese phrases

How to write name in Japanese - name in Japanese kanji
Kanji Land Lessons - Learn kanji character for name (na)

How to write house in Japanese - house in Japanese kanji
Kanji Land Lessons - Learn kanji character for house

Kanji stroke order - Can you tell me the basic rules for kanji stroke order?
Frequently Asked Question in Japanese language - Can you tell me the basic rules for kanji stroke order?

I'm glad in Japanese - How to say I'm glad in Japanese
Learn how to say I'm glad in Japanese: japanese phrases female speaker ureshii happiness

Simple Japanese Phrases - Stop complaining (Monku iuna)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Stop complaining (Monku iuna)

Never in Japanese - How to say never in Japanese
Learn how to say never in Japanese: japanese phrases informal situations

Hiragana Lessons - Hiragana Chart
Learn how to write hiragana with online Japanese hiragana lessons

How to say I am tired in Japanese - How to write I am tired in Japanese
Learn how to say I am tired in Japanese: useful japanese phrases japanese phrase male speaker phrase of the day november 15

How to say are you OK in Japanese - Are you OK in Japanese
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Are you OK? (Daijoubu?)

How to write harmony in Japanese kanji - Japanese word for harmony
How to write harmony in Japanese kanji: kanji symbol pronunciation harmony nbsp japanese kanji

No way in Japanese - How to say no way in Japanese
Learn how to say no way in Japanese: japanese phrases desu

Exactly in Japanese - How to say exactly in Japanese
Learn how to say exactly in Japanese: japanese phrases

Genius in Japanese - How to say genius in Japanese
Learn how to say genius in Japanese: japanese phrases genius intelligence

How to write ronin in Japanese kanji
How to write Ronin in Japanese kanji: kanji symbol pronunciation nbsp japanese kanji japanese symbol

I'm happy in Japanese - How to say I'm happy in Japanese
Learn how to say I'm happy in Japanese: japanese phrases female speaker happiness

That's OK in Japanese - How to say That's OK in Japanese
Learn how to say That's OK in Japanese: japanese phrases desu yo

How to write city in Japanese - city in Japanese kanji
Kanji Land Lessons - Learn kanji character for city (shi)

How to write park in Japanese - park in Japanese kanji
Kanji Land Lessons - Learn kanji character for park

Come out in Japanese - How to say come out in Japanese
Learn how to say come out in Japanese: japanese phrases

Help in Japanese - How to say help in Japanese
Learn how to say help in Japanese: japanese phrases

Don't fight in Japanese - How to say don't fight in Japanese
Learn how to say don't fight in Japanese: japanese phrases

Simple Japanese Phrases - Just looking (Miteru dake desu)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Just looking (Miteru dake desu)

It's hot in Japanese - How to say it's hot in Japanese
Learn how to say it's hot in Japanese: japanese phrases hot weather weather archives hot japanese

Not possible in Japanese - How to say not possible in Japanese
Learn how to say not possible in Japanese: japanese phrases

Jesus in Japanese - How to say Jesus in Japanese
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Jesus! (Nante koto da)

What for in Japanese - How to say what for in Japanese
Learn how to say what for in Japanese: japanese phrases nan

How big in Japanese - How to say how big in Japanese
Learn how to say how big in Japanese: japanese phrases kurai nbsp

Wait in Japanese - How to say wait in Japanese
Learn how to say wait in Japanese: japanese phrases matte mate

Simple Japanese Phrases - Have fun (Tanoshinde)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Have fun (Tanoshinde)

How to write art in Japanese kanji - Japanese word for art
How to write art in Japanese kanji: kanji symbol art 50 pronunciation nbsp japanese kanji

How to write enter in Japanese - enter in Japanese kanji
Kanji Land Lessons - Learn kanji character for enter (ireru)

What is it in Japanese - How to say what is it in Japanese
Learn how to say what is it in Japanese: japanese phrases sore wa nan desu

Stop by in Japanese - How to say stop by in Japanese
Learn how to say stop by in Japanese: japanese phrases

How to write school in Japanese - school in Japanese kanji
Kanji Land Lessons - Learn kanji character for school

How to write year in Japanese - year in Japanese kanji
Kanji Land Lessons - Learn kanji character for year (toshi)

Kanji Land Lesson archives Grade 5
Free Kanji online lessons including all of the 1006 joyo kanji characters

Simple Japanese Phrases - It's not possible (Ariemasen)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - It's not possible (Ariemasen)

Unbelievable in Japanese - How to say unbelievable in Japanese
Learn how to say unbelievable in Japanese: japanese phrases disagreement

All About Radicals (3) - Japanese Language
A radical is a common sub-element found in different kanji characters. Radicals express the general nature of the kanji characters. If you memorize some of the important radicals, they will help you to figure out the meanings of many kanji!

Japanese Colors Vocabulary - Learn Japanese Colors Vocabulary
Learn basic Japanese language vocabulary for colors with audio files.

Japanese Animal Vocabulary - Learn Japanese Animal Vocabulary
Here is a list of Japanese animal vocabulary with audio files to help your pronunciation.

Simple Japanese Greetings
Learn useful simple Japanese greetings.

Writing Letters in Japanese
It will be useful to learn basic letter-writing skills to become a better student of Japanese.

A Klutz and a Multitasker
Learn from a column about ”Far better to be a klutz than a rude multitasker

Shitakiri Suzume - Learn from a Story
Here is another lesson “Learn from a Story”. I will introduce the Japanese folktale, “Shitakiri Suzume

The Japanese and Umbrellas
Japanese people don’t really like to get wet when it rains. That is one of the reasons that the consumption of umbrellas is very high in Japan. Read more about the Japanese and umbrellas.

Relationships with Animals: Cats
Neko (cats) are regarded as both auspicious and fearful in Japan. You will learn some of many expressions including cats.

Ari to Kirigirisu - Learn from a Story
This lesson introduces the story called,

Inaba no Shirousagi - Learn from a Story


Soroban - Japanese Abacus
Learn from a column about soroban (an abacus developed in Japan) from

Yuki Onna - Learn from a Story
Stories are a fun resource to help learn a language.

Tsuru no Ongaeshi - Learn from a Story


Summer Vacation Homework
Japanese children are usually given some homework to do during summer vacation. Find out more.

Radio Exercises - Rajio Taisou
Radio exercises (rajio taisou), is a form of exercise most Japanese are familiar with. The instructions are synchronized to light piano music.

"Spirited Away" won the Oscar
Hayao Miyazaki's critically acclaimed movie

Talking on the Phone
The Japanese normally talk very politely on the phone unless speaking casually with a friend. Let's learn some common expressions used on the phone.

Education for everyone, at their own pace
Learn from a column about ”Education for everyone, at their own pace

Giri - Moral Obligation
The most basic definition one can give giri is a debt of gratitude and a self-sacrificing pursuit of their happiness.

Omusubi Kororin - Learn from a Story


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The Tanabata Festival in Japan and the Tanabata Story
July 7th (or August 7th in some areas) is the Tanabata, or star festival, in Japan. People write their wishes on tanzaku (colorful small strips of papers) and hang them on bamboo trees along with other decorations.

Tanabata - The Star Festival
July 7th is

Slow Media Movement
Learn from a column about ”Slow Media Movement

Gifts for White Day
There is a rather strange Japanese custom on March 14th, one-month after Valentine’s Day. It is called

What is Furigana in Japanese?
Furigana are used as a reading aid for Japanese. They are the smaller kana placed above or alongside kanji to indicate its pronunciation.

English Language Education in Japan
In Japan, English language education starts the first year of junior high school and continues at least until the third year of high school.

How to Say the Months and Days in Japanese
Learn basic Japanese language vocabulary for calendar with audio files.

The Most Common Loan Words in Japanese
The Japanese language has borrowed many words from foreign countries, firstly from China.

Why the Firefly (Hotaru) Is Important in Japan?
In some cultures firefly (hotaru) might not have a positive reputation, but they are well liked in Japanese society.

Most Common Sentence Ending Particles in Japanese Sentences (2)
In Japanese, there are many particles that are added to the end of a sentence. They express the speaker's emotions, doubt, emphasis, caution, hesitation, wonder, admiration, and so on.

Japanese Tongue Twisters
Many languages have their own tongue twisters. I enjoyed playing with them with them when I was young.

The 2014 FIFA World Cup
The 2014 FIFA World Cup is the fifth consecutive World Cup for Japan, which co-hosted the World Cup with South Korea in 2002.

Soccer Vocabulary in Japanese
Here are some soccer vocabulary in Japanese in time for the World Cup!

Kasa Jizou - Learn from a Story


Nazonazo (3) - Japanese riddles
Taberu mae wa ippon nanoni, tabeowaru to nihon ni naru monotte nani?

Ari no mama de - The Japanese version of "Let It Go"
The song

The Particle "To"
The functions of particle

The Japanese Convenience Store
Japanese convenience stores are generally called

Urashima Taro - Learn from a Story


Tanuki no Itoguruma - Learn from a Story


Danmari Kurabe - Learn from a Story


Momo Taro - Learn from a Story


Kobutori Jiisan - Learn from a Story
Stories are a fun resource to help learn a language. Here is one of the Japanese folk tales,

Japanese Pronunciation - How to pronounce Japanese vowels
The Japanese language has only 5 vowels: a, i, u, e, o. Learn how to pronounce Japanese vowels.

Kabe no Naka kara - Learn from a Story
Stories are a fun resource to help learn a language. Here is one of the Japanese ghost stories,

Learn from Movie Dialogues
Movies are fun to watch and also a great source of material for learning a language. Watching Japanese movies can also be a good resource for listening practice.

Japanese Children Song - Donguri Korokoro
The Japanese word for acorn is “donguri”. Learn a popular children’s song titled “Donguri Korokoro”.

Learn from a Story - Niji no tori
It is fun to learn a language using stories. Since children’s stories are often written with simple words, they are a good way to build basic vocabulary, too. In this lesson I will introduce the story called, “Niji no tori (Rainbow Bird)”.

Mizuame no Doku – Learn from a Story
This lesson introduces the story called,

Ookina Kabu - Learn from a Story
This lesson introduces the story called,

Daikon ga shiroi wake - Learn from a Story
Stories are a fun resource to help learn a language. I will introduce the story,

Children who have never drawn a picture once in their lives
Learn from a column,

A Tough Challenge to Select the Chief Executive
Learn from a column about

A welcome trend: More Japanese businessmen becoming homebodies
Learn from a column ”A welcome trend: More Japanese businessmen becoming homebodies” from

Mr. Murakami's Place - Murakami-san no Tokoro
Learn from a column about ”Haruki Murakami responds to reader's questions online” from

Japanese Green Tea
Learn from a column about Japanese green tea from

Kaguyahime - Learn from a Story


Japanese School Lunch and Poverty - Gakkou Kyuushoku to Hinkon
Learn from a column,

Professional Pilot
Learn from a column about

Marie Kondo among Time's 100 Most Influential People
Marie Kondo, a Japanese

Bean-Throwing on Setsubun
On setsubun there is special ritual called

April fools in Japan
The Japanese word for April fools is

Golden Week
April 29th is Japan's National holiday, Showa No Hi. This day leads Japan into Golden Week, a succession of holidays.

Sushi Socks
While Japanese are known for their love of sushi, an unusual fusion of sushi and footwear is proving equally popular with foreign tourists:

Relationships with Nature: Pine
The pine (matsu) signifies longevity since it is an ever-green tree, lives for a long time and grows beautifully weathered with age.

Satoe Tone - The Japanese Illustrator
The Japanese Illustrator, Satoe Tone, is the 2013 winner of Bologna Children's Book Fair's International Award for Illustration, the world's biggest picture book fair. She has 7 books under her name, and some have been translated into Italian, French, German, English, Korean, Chinese and Spanish.

Hatsuyume - First Dream
Hatsuyume is the first dream that you have in the New Year. Find out what are the auspicious dreams that are considered in Japanese society.

Specificity of Japanese Verbs
Some Japanese verbs are more specific when describing actions than English verbs. While there is only one verb used for a certain action in English, there might be several different verbs in Japanese.

Kashiwamochi - Japanese Sweet for Children's Day
May 5th is Children's Day. It is a day to celebrate a child's growth and happiness. It was originally a boy’s festival, but was changed to include both genders.

"Ue o Muite Arukou" by Kyuu Sakamoto – "Sukiyaki" Song
The title,

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Basic Kanji - Japanese middle school basic joyo kanji
Learn joyo kanji taught at Japanese junior high school

How to write hair in Japanese - hair in Japanese kanji
Kanji Land Lesson - Learn how to write kanji character for hair

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Japanese Language Question of the Week Index (4)
Frequently asked question (FAQ) about Japanese language

Simple Japanese Phrases - Who is it? (Donata desu ka.)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Who is it? (Donata desu ka.)

Simple Japanese Phrases - My bill, please. (Kaikei o onegaishimasu.)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - My bill, please. (Kaikei o onegaishimasu.)

Simple Japanese Phrases - Is everything included? (Subete komi desu ka.)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Is everything included? (Subete komi desu ka.)

Simple Japanese Phrases - Can I take picture with you? (Isshoni shashin o tottemoii desu ka.)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Can I take picture with you? (Isshoni shashin o tottemoii desu ka.

Simple Japanese Phrases - I am honored to meet you. (Ome ni kakarete kouei desu.)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - I am honored to meet you. (Ome ni kakarete kouei desu.)

Simple Japanese Phrases - I am big fan of yours. (Anata no dai-fan desu.)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - I am big fan of yours. (Anata no dai-fan desu.)

Simple Japanese Phrases - Keep up your good work. (Korekaramo Ganbatte kudasai.)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Keep up your good work. (Korekaramo Ganbatte kudasai.)

Simple Japanese Phrases - I'm locked out. (Shimedasare mashita.)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - I'm locked out. (Shimedasare mashita.)

The Year of the Rat
Learn about the year of the rat (nezumidoshi) and Japanese expressions including rat (nezumi).

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Simple Japanese Phrases - May I smoke? (Tabako o suttemo ii desu ka)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - May I smoke? (Tabako o suttemo ii desu ka)

Simple Japanese Phrases - How about wine? (Wain wa ikaga desu ka)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - How about wine? (Wain wa ikaga desu ka)

Simple Japanese Phrases - Have you decided? (Kimemashita ka)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Have you decided? (Kimemashita ka)

Simple Japanese Phrases - To your health! (Anata no kenkou ni kanpai!)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - To your health! (Anata no kenkou ni kanpai!)

Simple Japanese Phrases - Are you coming? (Kimasu ka?)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Are you coming? (Kimasu ka?)

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Telling time in Japanese - How to say what time is it in Japanese
Telling time in Japanese - How to say what time is it in Japanese

Simple Japanese Phrases - I don't mind (Kamaimasen)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - I don't mind (Kamaimasen)

Simple Japanese Phrases - Don't be sorry (Koukai shinaide)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Don't be sorry (Koukai shinaide)

Simple Japanese Phrases - Don't be timid (Kowagaranaide)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Don't be timid (Kowagaranaide)

Simple Japanese Phrases - Don't be late (Chikoku shinaide)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Don't be late (Chikoku shinaide)

Simple Japanese Phrases - Come on in (Hairinasai)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Come on in (Hairinasai)

Simple Japanese Phrases - Don't interrupt me (Jama shinaide)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Don't interrupt me (Jama shinaide)

Simple Japanese Phrases - I'm telling you (Hanashi ga aru n dakedo)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - I'm telling you (Hanashi ga aru n dakedo)

Simple Japanese Phrases - I'm so impressed! (Hontouni kandoushita)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - I'm so impressed! (Hontouni kandoushita)

I'm really excited in Japanese - How to say I'm really excited in Japanese
Learn how to say I'm really excited in Japanese

Simple Japanese Phrases - You made it! (Yattajanai)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - You made it! (Yattajanai)

Simple Japanese Phrases - Just in time! (Maniatta ne)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Just in time! (Maniatta ne)

Simple Japanese Phrases - What a waste! (Nante mudana kotoo)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - What a waste! (Nante mudana kotoo)

Simple Japanese Phrases - That's too bad. (Kawaisouni)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - That's too bad. (Kawaisouni)

Simple Japanese Phrases - May I smoke? (Tabako o suttemo ii desu ka)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - May I smoke? (Tabako o suttemo ii desu ka)

Simple Japanese Phrases - May I go? (Ittemo ii desu ka)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - May I go? (Ittemo ii desu ka)

Simple Japanese Phrases - May I leave? (Mou kaettemo ii desu ka)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - May I leave? (Mou kaettemo ii desu ka)

Simple Japanese Phrases - Will you come? (Kitekurenai)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Will you come? (Kitekurenai)

I'm so impressed in Japanese - How to say I'm so impressed in Japanese
Learn simple Japanese phrases - I'm so impressed (Kandoushita)

I'm so happy in Japanese - How to say I'm so happy in Japanese
Learn simple Japanese phrases - I'm so happy (Hontouni shiawase da)

Let's have fun in Japanese - How to say let's have fun in Japanese
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Let's have fun (Tanoshimou)

I'm so relieved in Japanese - How to say I'm so relieved in Japanese
Learn simple Japanese phrases - I'm so relieved (Hontouni anshin shita)

It's not fair in Japanese - How to say it's not fair in Japanese
Learn how to say it's not fair in Japanese

I'm fed up in Japanese - How to say I'm fed up in Japanese
Learn how to say I'm fed up in Japanese

How could you in Japanese - How to say how could you in Japanese
Learn how to say how could you in Japanese

I've had enough in Japanese - How to say I've had enough in Japanese
Learn how to say I've had enough in Japanese

Stop fooling around in Japanese - How to say stop fooling around in Japanese
Learn how to say stop fooling around in Japanese

Simple Japanese Phrases - How's the weather? (Tenki wa dou desu ka)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - How's the weather? (Tenki wa dou desu ka)

Simple Japanese Phrases - The storm's coming (Arashi ni narimasu)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - The storm's coming (Arashi ni narimasu)

Simple Japanese Phrases - It's a cloudy today (Kyou wa kumori desu)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - It's a cloudy today (Kyou wa kumori desu)

Simple Japanese Phrases - The wind's blowing (Kaze ga fuite imasu)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - The wind's blowing (Kaze ga fuite imasu)

Simple Japanese Phrases - How was it? (Ikaga deshita ka)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - How was it? (Ikaga deshita ka)

Simple Japanese Phrases - That's all right (Ii desu yo)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - That's all right (Ii desu yo)

Simple Japanese Phrases - If you want (Onozomide areba)
Learn simple Japanese phrases - If you want (Onozomide areba)

What is the difference between the verb aru and motsu?
Frequently Asked Question in Japanese language - What is the difference between the verb aru and motsu?

Is Okinawan an actual language or a dialect of Japanese?
Frequently Asked Question in Japanese language - Is Okinawan an actual language or a dialect of Japanese?

How Japanese prime minister is elected? - Japanese prime minister
Frequently Asked Question in Japanese language - How Japanese prime minister is elected?

What does ~ tekita mean in Japanese?
Frequently Asked Question in Japanese language - What does ~ tekita mean?

Japanese Language Question of the Week Index (3)
Frequently asked question (FAQ) about Japanese language

Japanese Particles - Joshi
A particle (joshi) is a word that shows the relationship of a word, a phrase, or a clause to the rest of the sentence

Japanese numbers - How to count numbers in Japanese
Learn Japanese language with basic Japanese lessons - Japanese numbers.

Japanese Native Numbers - how to count things in Japanese
Learn Japanese language with basic Japanese lessons - Native Japanese numbers.

How to introduce yourself in Japanese - Introducing yourself in Japanese
This week we will learn vocabulary in Japanese and some grammar (nouns, omission of topic, negative form, desu)

Let's Learn Hiragana with Japanese Culture (2)
How to write a word relating to Japanese culture and society in hiragana and kanji

Introductory Japanese Lessons
Following is the complete list of my free online introductory Japanese lessons.

Introducing yourself in Japanese - How to introduce yourself in Japanese
Introducing yourself in Japanese - How to introduce yourself in Japanese

Free Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana
Free online Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana

Hiragana Lessons - Japanese Writing Systems
Hiragana Lessons - There are 46 hiragana characters for 46 different sounds.

Free Kanji Lessons
Learn Japanese - free Japanese online kanji lessons

Free Katakana Lessons
Learn how to write Katakana with free online Japanese Katakana Lessons

How to write future in Japanese kanji - Japanese word for future
How to write future in Japanese kanji

How to write world in Japanese kanji - Japanese word for world
How to write world in Japanese kanji

Popular Kanji for Tattoos - Part 1
Learn Japanese - Learn how to write the kanji characters most often used for tattoos

Kanji Land Lesson archives Grade 4
Free Kanji online lessons including all of the 1006 joyo kanji characters

Kanji Land Lesson archives Grade 6
Free Kanji online lessons including all of the 1006 joyo kanji characters

Kanji Land Lesson Index by Reading
Free Kanji online lessons including all of the 1006 joyo kanji characters

Kanji Land - Introduction[R]
Kanji Land is your daily kanji treat. With These daily kanji lessons, [R] you will learn all of the 1006 kanji characters which are taught in Japanese school, from your Japanese Guide

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50 Popular Kanji (8)
Find a kanji character for a tattoo from popular kanji for tattoos

Body Part Expressions in Japanese - Head (atama)
There are many expressions including head (atama) in Japanese. Let's take a look these words, phrases and proverbs.

Japanese Particles - use of particle wa and ga
Learn how to use Japanese particles and the difference between particle wa and ga

The Year of the Snake - Japanese zodiac
It is the year of the snake! The Japanese use animal zodiac symbols like the Chinese. Learn expressions including snake (hebi).

The Japanese Counting Song – Ippon demo Ninjin


Kachi Kachi Yama - Learn from a Story


Personal Pronouns
A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun. The use of Japanese personal pronouns is quite different from English.

Teruteru-bouzu
The Japanese children make a little doll called,

Celebrating Father's Day in Japanese
Celebrating Father's Day in Japanese.

Rainy Season in Japan and the Song "Amefuri Kuma no ko"
There is a rainy season called,

Learning Hiragana
Have you started learning Japanese writing? If you are new to Japanese, I recommend you learn hiragana first. Japanese children usually start with hiragana as well.

Expressions of Desire
There are two ways to express desire or wish.

Japanese Fish Proverbs
Fish are closely related to Japanese culture. There are quite a few expressions and proverbs including fish in Japanese. Find out more.

Shirotori - Japanese Word Game
Shiritori is a Japanese word game. Two or more players take turns to say a word that begins with the final kana of the previous player’s word.

Gogatsu byou - May Sickness
After Golden Week is over, a symptom called,

Mother's Day - Haha no Hi
Although

Children's Day in Japan and Koinobori Song
May 5 is Japan's national holiday known as, Kodomo no hi (Children's day). It is a day to celebrate the health and happiness of children.

Popular Destinations During Golden Week
Golden Week starts on April 29th in Japan. It is a succession of four national holidays within a week.

Japanese Lessons
Learn Japanese - free Japanese language online lessons including kanji, hiragana, katakana, basic lessons, grammar, expressions, audio files

Free Access to Japanese Children Books at "Ehon Navi" Site
Since Japanese children's books are usually written in hiragana only, I think it is great material for a learner to practice their Japanese reading with.

Randoseru and the Soul of the Japanese


Randoseru - Japanese School Bag
Japanese elementary school children traditionally wear a school bag called

Is Japanese hard to learn?
If looked at from a linguistic point of view, Japanese is considered one of the easier languages for a beginner to learn.

Cherry Blossoms and a New Start
I like spring in Japan because of the beauty of cherry blossoms. Also, I like the excitement about the beginning of a new year that this season brings.

Graduation Season - Sotsugyou no Kisetsu
Since the Japanese school year starts in April and ends in March, March is the graduation season.

Shunbun no hi - Vernal Equinox Day
March 21st is

Anime / Manga
Are you a Japanese anime lover? Have you ever wanted to understand the Japanese in your favorite anime without reading subtitles? These fun lessons will help your Japanese.

Learning Japanese Through Anime
Japanese anime is very popular and I have noticed that there are quite a few people who have decided to learn Japanese because of their love of anime.

Relationships with Nature: Cherry Blossom
The cherry blossom (sakura) is the national flower of Japan. It is probably most beloved flower among the Japanese.

Japanese Flowers in Proverbs
The Japanese word for flower is hana. Hana also means nose, though two words usually don’t get confused through a context. Japanese has a quite few proverbs that include the word flower, or the names of flowers.

Valentine's Day in Japan
In Japan, it is only the women who give presents (mainly chocolates) to men on Valentine's Day. Learn more about the celebrations.

Barentain no Omoide - Memories of Valentine's Day
My memories of Valentine's Day when I was in grade 3.

Japanese Conception of Red - Is Red the Color of Love?
How do the Japanese see and use the color red?

Japanese Events in February
The Japanese word for February is

Living in the future
Learn from a column,

Exams, Superstitions and Kit Kat Bars
You will find various lucky charms being sold in Japan. The most popular are charms purchased from a shrine or temple.

Hope the Year of the Ram will be a calm year - A Column
Learn from a column,

Seijin no Hi to Kimono - Coming of Age Day
In Japan, January 12th is

Seijin no Hi - Things that you can do when you turn 20
In Japan, at the age of 20, you are able to smoke, drink alcohol, have the right to vote and get married without one's parent's permission.

Neko ga Nezumi o Oikakeru Wake - Learn from a Story


Happy New Year - Akemashite Omedetou
In Japan, New Year's is the biggest holiday of the year.

New Year's Holidays in Japan
In Japan

Useful Japanese Verbs
Useful Japanese Verbs. Japanese Language.

How to say I'm sorry in Japanese - I'm Sorry in Japanese
I'm sorry in Japanese - Gomennasai

Characteristics of Japanese Grammar - What are the characteristics of Japanese grammar ?
What are the characteristics of Japanese grammar?

Japanese Writing Systems - Japanese alphabets
Learn about three different Japanese scripts: kanji hiragana and katakana.

subarashii - What does the Japanese word subarashii mean?
Learn a new Japanese word every day.

How are you in Japanese - How to say how are you in Japanese
Learn simple Japanese phrases - How are you? (Ogenki desu ka)

Yes in Japanese - How to say yes in Japanese
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Responding in Agreement

Oishii - What does the Japanese word oishii mean?
Learn a new Japanese word every day.

Take care in Japanese - How to say take care in Japanese
Learn how to say take care in Japanese

Characteristics of the Japanese Language - What Are the Characteristics of Japanese
What Are the Characteristics of Japanese?

How in Japanese - How to say how in Japanese
Learn how to say how in Japanese

Beautiful in Japanese - How to say beautiful in Japanese
Learn how to say beautiful in Japanese

See you in Japanese - How to say see you in Japanese
Learn how to say see you in Japanese

Have a nice day in Japanese - How to say have a nice day in Japanese
Learn how to say have a nice day in Japanese

Cute in Japanese - How to say cute in Japanese
Learn how to say cute in Japanese

See you soon in Japanese - How to say see you soon in Japanese
Learn how to say see you soon in Japanese

So long in Japanese - How to say So long in Japanese
Learn how to say So long in Japanese

Abunai - What does the Japanese word abunai mean?
Learn a new Japanese word every day.

Why in Japanese - How to say why in Japanese
Learn how to say why in Japanese.

How to say pretty in Japanese - Pretty in Japanese
Learn how to say pretty in Japanese

Hidoi Japanese word of the day - hidoi
Learn a new Japanese word every day.

I'm leaving Ittekimasu in Japanese - How to say I'm leaving Ittekimasu in Japanese
Learn simple Japanese phrases - I'm leaving (Ittekimasu)

Good luck in Japanese - How to say good luck in Japanese
Learn how to say good luck in Japanese

Please in Japanese - How to say please in Japanese
Learn how to say please in Japanese

What's up in Japanese - How to say what's up in Japanese
Learn simple Japanese phrases - What's up? (Nanika atta)

The Extended Use of the Verb "Suru"
The verb

Popular Sports in Japan
The most popular sport is probably baseball or soccer. A baseball or soccer player is usually one of the top three professions that a boy wants to be when growing up.

Saru Kani Gassen - Learn from a Story
This lesson introduces the story called,

The Little Match Girl (Matchi-uri no Shoujo) - Learn from a Story
Stories are a fun resource to help learn a language. I will introduce the story, “Match Girl (Matchi-uri no Shoujo)” .

Conditional "~ba" form
The conditional

The particles "O" and "No"
A particle is a word that shows the relationship of a word, a phrase, or a clause, to the rest of the sentence. We will look at the function of the particles

What Frustrates Foreigners Most in Japan
I read an interview about what foreign tourists say puzzles them in Japan. Can you guess what is the most common answer?

The Japanese Title for "Frozen"
Learn a story about how an advertising producer for the movie

Nihonjin no saabisu seishin - Japanese Hospitality
When I go to retail stores in Japan, I am often impressed by how good the service is. I used to take it for granted, but people in the service industry are trained very well and I am reminded of it when I go back.

Visiting Someone's Place
When visiting your superior or somebody for the first time, these phrases will be helpful to express your gratitude. Here are some common expressions you are likely to use when visiting Japanese homes.

Hiragana Lessons - How to write the hiragana "a"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "i"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "u"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "e"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "o"
How to write the hiragana character for

Barley Tea – Mugicha
Barley Tea (Mugicha) is often served cold and is a refreshing summer drink in Japan.

Japanese Vocabulary
Resources for increasing your Japanese vocabulary.

Japanese Grammar/Expressions
Japanese verbs, adjectives, particles, pronouns, useful expressions and more.

Kekka - What does the Japanese word kekka mean?
Learn a new Japanese word every day.

Yasashii - What does the Japanese word yasashii mean?
Learn a new Japanese word every day.

Wakareru - What does the Japanese word wakareru mean?
Learn a new Japanese word every day.

Verbs of Change
There are many verbs that express change in Japanese. The most basic one is,

Japanese Folk Tales – Mukashi Banashi
Japanese folk tales are called,

Japanese Snake Proverbs
2013 is the year of the snake. The Japanese word for snake is “hebi”.

The Year of the Horse
2014 is the year of the horse. The Japanese word for

Urashima Taro – Japanese Folktale
“Urashima Taro” is one of the most popular Japanese folktales.

The Role of Bamboo in Japanese Culture
Learn about the relationship between bamboo and Japanese culture.

Dogs in Japanese Culture
The Japanese word for “dog” is “inu.” Learn the role of dogs in Japanese culture.

Field Day - Undoukai
The second Monday in October (the 11th in 2010) is Japan’s national holiday,

Japanese Ceramics and Pottery
Japanese ceramics and pottery have a long tradition of craftsmanship, from the beautiful delicate Arita porcelain to the rough yet refined Raku stoneware.

This page provides the most interesting links to the Japanese performing arts of the kabuki theater, noh dances, kyogen performances, and bunraku puppetry.
This page provides the most interesting links to the Japanese performing arts of the kabuki theater, noh dances, kyogen performances, and bunraku puppetry.

Japonisme: Japan in Western Art
Japonisme or Japonism is a term used to describe the influence of Japanese artistic and stylistic themes upon Western Art. Japonisme is especially evident in French impressionist and Viennese art nouveau but can be seen in other European and American art styles as well.

Japanese Literature
Japan has a rich literary tradition which spans from the seventh century to the present. Japanese literature covers a wide breadth from the diminutive haikus of Basho to the short stories of Akutagawa Ryunosuke to the epic Tale of Genji by Lady Murasaki. Japanese literature reveals much of the history, culture, and values, of Japan.

Tea Ceremony: The Way of Tea in Japan
The Japanese tea ceremony is more contemplative than ceremonious. Chado or Sado, the Way of Tea, was developed by Sen no Rikyu as a method to achieve inner peace through the simple act of preparing tea.

Ukiyoe- Japanese Woodblock Prints
This page provides the most interesting and informative sites on the art of Japanese woodblock prints, Ukiyoe. Included are the major artistic movements and artists such as Hokusai, Hiroshige, and Utamaro.

Cooking Dictionaries
Japanese Language.

Geisha
The Geisha are the purveyors of the traditional Japanese entertainment arts: music, dance, and song. Under their heavy, elaborate kimonos and thick white make-up are disciplined, talented women who have developed their craft through years of study and apprenticeship as a Maiko.

Japanese Culture Basics
The Japanese culture is dynamic and fascinating. There are an increasing number of sites on the web devoted to sharing the Japanese culture with the world. This page provides the most interesting and informative links to Japan and its customs.

Martial Arts
Japanese Language.

Relationships in the Japanese Culture
Culture can add an additional complication to human relationships. The Japanese culture, in particular, is often misunderstood by Western cultures.

Religious
Japanese Language.

Slang
Japanese Language.

Specialized Dictionaries
Japanese Language.

Basic Kanji - Kanji Lesson
Learn how to write the basic kanji characters.

Free Hiragana Lessons
Following is the complete list of my free online hiragana lessons. If you are new to Japanese writing, try my Japanese Writing for Beginners page to learn how the Japanese use three different scripts: hiragana, katakana and kanji.

How to Write Hiragana
Hiragana is one of the three Japanese writing scripts along with katakana and kanji.

Japanese Arts
Japanese Language.

Katakana
Katakana is generally used for foreign names, places, and the words of foreign origin.

Romaji
Japanese Language.

Free Japanese Games and Quizzes
Learning languages should be fun! These free lessons help your studies with fun games and quizzes. They are good for both adults and kids.

Japanese for Kids
There is lots of information about culture and history, and some Japanese lessons. It features animation, games, etc. It is great material for adults, too!

Pen Pals
Are you looking for a Japanese pen pal? It is a good way to learn and practice the language. You can exchange your language and culture as well. Have fun!

Displaying Japanese Characters
Is your computer able to display Japanese characters? Do you wish to write Japanese characters with your computer?

Japanese Culture
Learning about culture is also an effective way to stimulate learning. The Japanese language is closely tied with its culture, so it is a fascinating and useful way to learn.

Jobs in Japan
Are you looking for a job opportunity in Japan? You can try finding it before you go or get some useful tips.

Japanese Writing - Learn to write Japanese
There are three kinds of scripts in Japanese: kanji, hiragana and katakana.

Japanese Calligraphy
Japanese calligraphy is the art of drawing characters with a brush to express spiritual depth and beauty. Let's look at them!

Japanese - English and English - Japanese Dictionaries
If you are looking to translate from Japanese to English or English to Japanese, try these online dictionaries for a quick reference before hiring a translator. Please check my other links for Japanese translation information.

Japanese Names
This is the page for people who are looking for information about Japanese names.

Japanese Translations
Need something translated from Japanese to English or to another language. Perhaps you are looking for work as a Japanese translator? For more translation in formation, please visit my Japanese Dictionaries page.

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "wa"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "wo"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "n"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "ka"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "ki"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "ku"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "ke"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "ko"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "sa"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "shi"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "su"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "se"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "so"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "ta"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "chi"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "tsu"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "te"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "to"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "ni"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "nu"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "ne"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "no"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "na"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "ha"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "hi"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "fu"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "he"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "ho"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "ma"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "mi"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "mu"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "me"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "mo"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "ya"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "yu"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "yo"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "ra"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "ri"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "ru"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "re"
How to write the hiragana character for

Hiragana Lessons - How to write hiragana "ro"
How to write the hiragana character for

katakana Lessons - How to write katakana "e"
Learn how to write katakana

katakana Lessons - How to write katakana "o"
Learn how to write katakana

katakana Lessons - How to write katakana "a"
Learn how to write katakana

katakana Lessons - How to write katakana "i"
Learn how to write katakana

katakana Lessons - How to write katakana "u"
Learn how to write katakana

katakana Lessons - How to write katakana (ta, chi, tsu, te, to)
katakana Lessons - How to write katakana (ta, chi, tsu, te, to)

katakana Lessons - How to write katakana (ta, chi, tsu, te, to)
katakana Lessons - How to write katakana (ta, chi, tsu, te, to). Page 2.

katakana Lessons - How to write katakana (ta, chi, tsu, te, to)
katakana Lessons - How to write katakana (ta, chi, tsu, te, to). Page 3.

katakana Lessons - How to write katakana (ta, chi, tsu, te, to)
katakana Lessons - How to write katakana (ta, chi, tsu, te, to). Page 4.

katakana Lessons - How to write katakana (ta, chi, tsu, te, to)
katakana Lessons - How to write katakana (ta, chi, tsu, te, to). Page 5.

Setting Up Windows XP for Japanese Input
Setting Up Windows XP for Japanese Input. Page 2.

Setting Up Windows XP for Japanese Input
Setting Up Windows XP for Japanese Input. Page 3.

Setting Up Windows XP for Japanese Input
Setting Up Windows XP for Japanese Input. Page 4.

Displaying Japanese Characters
There are several ways to display Japanese characters depending on your operating system. In some cases you need to install special Japanese language software on your computer.

Useful Japanese Adjectives
Here is the list of Useful Japanese Adjectives. Learn basic Japanese adjectives and their pronunciation.

Useful Japanese Adverbs
Useful Japanese Adverbs. Japanese Language.

Japanese Education System Vocabulary
Learn some vocabulary related Japanese education system.

Japanese Location Vocabulary - Learn Japanese Location Vocabulary
Learn basic Japanese language vocabulary for location with audio files.

Japanese Travel Vocabulary - Learn Travel Location Vocabulary
Learn basic Japanese language vocabulary for travel with audio files.

Japanese Phone Vocabulary - Learn Japanese Phone Vocabulary
Learn basic Japanese language vocabulary for phone with audio files.

Japanese Dates Vocabulary - Learn Japanese Dates Vocabulary
Learn basic Japanese language vocabulary for dates with audio files.

Partings
Learn simple Japanese phrases - Partings

Japanese Audio Dictionary - A
Japanese Audio Dictionary - A. Japanese Language.

Learning Kanji


Motivation for Learning a Language - Why do you learn Japanese
One of the visitors on my site asked me why I studied English (though some people might know that I grew up in Japan and English is my second language).

The Year of the Ox - Ushidoshi
2009 is the year of the ox (ushidoshi).

The Year of the Tiger - Toradoshi
2010 is the year of the tiger (toradoshi).