Reading Japanese explanations of Japanese grammar patterns is a surefire way to improve your reading ability and to make sure you're getting unadulterated content.
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Even if they haven't visited Jim Breen's site directly, every Japanese learner will have come across his dictionary material in some form.
Dialogue in Japanese fiction has its own set of rules, and if you're not paying close attention, you may have trouble understanding who is saying what to whom.
If you are stuck for what to say in Japanese, Google search — and in particular, its auto-fill function — can be your friend.
Learners of Japanese, why not try offsetting the guilt of cheating at video games by changing your device's settings to Nihongo and checking Japanese online walkthrough guides?
At rehearsal a week before the debut of the Joffrey Ballet's latest production in Chicago, dancer Yoshihisa Arai sat on the ground in the back of the rehearsal space with his legs in a split, stretching and checking his smartphone. He had been away from ...
The internet has provided would-be manga artists with an easy way to publish their own yonkoma (four-frame manga), resulting in a wide variety of different stories that are easily accessible and free.
Aozora Bunko is an electric internet library that contains works of literature in the public domain.
Japanese guidebooks are more than just vocabulary lessons. They provide subtle insight into Japanese grammar as well.
You may groan and think me an oyaji, but enka songs offer great language lessons and also provide insight into how the Japanese conceive of love.