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    Default Japanse Help for those who want it...

    for Beginners

    <Introduction to Japanese>
    Learn Japanese

    http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~ft5k-ymd/learn.html
    Hiragana, katakana, basic kanji, and grammar

    <Letters (hiragana / katakana / kanji)>
    Teach yourself Japanese

    http://www.sf.airnet.ne.jp/~ts/japanese/
    Hiragana, katakana with sound, numbers, grammar, vocabulary and links

    Gahoh homepage-E

    http://www.brise.org/gahoh/home.html
    Showing how to write Kana & Kanji with animation

    Japanese Typing Practice for Beginners

    http://faculty.washington.edu/iwata3..._contents.html

    Hiragana Exercise Book

    http://u-biq.org/hiragana/aka.htm

    Katakana Exercise Book

    http://u-biq.org/katakana/an.htm

    Kanji

    The Kanji SITE

    http://www.kanjisite.com
    You can learn Kanji for Japanese-Language proficiency test.

    Web Japanese.com

    http://webjapanese.com
    You can learn Kanji or grammar in quiz style

    Java kanji flash cards 500

    http://www.nuthatch.com
    You can learn 500 Kanji with flashcards.

    Japanese-Kanji.com: Drill the Kanji (JLPT order)

    http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~ik2r-myr/kanji/kanji1pa.htm

    Grammar

    Genki Online

    http://www.genki-online.com
    Online flashcard games, exercises for self-study

    Web Japanese.com

    http://webjapanese.com
    Many games(Kanji, Hiragana, Greeting expressions, particles, etc), Practice with animation, and links.

    CMJ Grammar Online

    http://mercury.ecis.nagoya-u.ac.jp/webcmj
    You can review Japanese basic grammar.

    Verb Inflection Analyzer

    http://www.all.co.nz/word/index.htm





    Reading

    Reading Tutor <Supportive Tools for Reading>

    http://language.tiu.ac.jp
    You can find out the meaning and the sound of vocabularies in Japanese text.

    Pop jisho: An excellent reading/translating tool for Japanese Web pages.

    http://www.popjisyo.com/WebHint/Portal.aspx

    LanguageGuide.org: Multilingual basic vocabulary lists are available.

    http://www.languageguide.org/nihongo/index.jsp

    How to make your PC Japanese Writing Capable

    Handling Japanese script system

    Explanation for Global IME.
    http://homepage1.nifty.com/netsuma/w...on/hands2.html

    Using Japanese Language on Windows 2000

    http://www.nihongoweb.com/Computing/index.html

    Nihongo OK! .com

    How to use Japanse language on Windows 95-XP (English version).
    http://www.nihongo-ok.com/

    Others

    Japanese Resources

    http://polyglot.lss.wisc.edu/lss/lang/japan.html
    Information on Japanese language and Japanese culture.

    Internet-based Japanese language exam, the "Sushi-Test"

    http://momo.jpf.go.jp/sushi/
    Anyone, anytime, can have fun testing his or her Japanese language ability without pressure and at no charge. (Learners taking the test will have to register as members at first.) This test is directed mainly at junior and senior high school learners of Japanese who still find Level 4 of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test to be still difficult.

    Jim Breen’s Japanese Page

    Online dictionary, Japanese names, Computing in Japanese, Ukiyoe gallery, etc.
    http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~jwb/japanese.html

    Japanese Language learning Tools on the Web: At Keiko Schneider’s Bookmark.

    Dictionaries, Kanji/Kana help, games, Quizzes, on-line help and a range of other interesting links for both teachers and students.
    http://www.sabotenweb.com/bookmarks/language.html

    U-biq

    Information for nation-wide Japanese language classes and free Japanese learning materials for Japanese-language teachers and learners.
    http://u-biq.org
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    Wow good posts, awesome links. Thanks!
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    Where's www.speedanki.com in that list?

    and also my favourite place

    http://www.guidetojapanese.org/index.html#contents

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    Thank you!
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