Drill and learn the Japanese kanji!
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Asahi kanji selection of links
General encyclopedia articles
Browser add-ons and online tools
A wonderful tool to pratice reading and learning kanji in their context: Rikaichan.
Visualizing Japanese Grammar (Flash animations) from S. Hamano (George Washington University)
Etymologies by Lawrence J. Howell and Hikaru Morimoto.(online search)
Sample questions for the new JLPT (The Japan Foundation site)
Listening comprehension, podcasts
ECIS, Nagoya University
by Richard Harrison
Collections of bookmarks for students and teachers of Japanese
Keiko Schneider's Bookmarks
Last update: October, 2013