JLPT N5 Study Material


List of study material for the JLPT N5

This is the material you need to know in order to pass the Japanese Language Proficiency Level N5. It covers hiragana, katakana, the first 103 kanji, grammar, vocabulary, lessons as well as historical tests.


JLPT N5 Vocabulary


JLPT N5 Kanji, Hiragana & Katakana

Hiragana

Hiragana

Katakana

Katakana

Kanji

JLPT N5 Kanji


Grammar for the JLPT N5


Lessons


Tests


Useful material for students of the JLPT N5

Download our FREE ebook with worksheets to practice writing for the 103 kanji of theJLPT N5. After downloading the free pdf file to your PC you can print the sheets as often as you like on your own printer. The is no copyright, so that you can share copies of the book with your friends.


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Comments

  1. Thanx

  2. ARIGATOU GOZAIMASU!!!

  3. Very helpful to have this all in one place. I’ve tried to use several of the lists already.

  4. midorikawa ayumu says:

    omoshiroikata ne!! arigatou gozaimasu.. very helpful for beginner like me :))

  5. konnichiwa!!!!!!!

  6. need some more test papers to practice.arigatou gojaimas

  7. Raghavan says:

    Domo Arigato gozaimasu

  8. Thank you very much. You helped me a lot.

  9. krishana Dhasmana says:

    Watashi Wa “Nihongo” Wo Naratte Imasu .” NIHONGO” Verry Hard But Verry Intrestig “NIHOHGO”

  10. ありがとうございます、
    がんばってね、

  11. Wasn’t the na-adjectives for the JLPT N5 supposed to be available by now? I think on Twitter I was told it was going to be ready a couple months ago…

    • Hello,

      Sorry it is still not finished, we are trying to update as much as possible for every level but it does take a long time.
      Thank you for your patience and keep checking updates on the website our Facebook.

      Best Regards,

      Sophie Coureau

  12. ほんとにどうもありがとうございました。(Really, Thank you very much, with respects!)
    (みな)
      皆, がんばってね。(Everyone, good luck!)

  13. Hiii..I have just 1 month ago joined class…but need some advice for how to remember hiragana & katakan script..

    • Rishikesh says:

      Write down one hiragana word and then katakana (word by word) Do not only read it but write it a number of times.

  14. Keshab says:

    I’m very much fond of Nihongo n Nihongo n Nihonjin. So I want to study in Japan @ political science n after reading in Nihongo I wanna built my Nation. And I found this website very good for learning Nihongo n Preparation for Jlpt. Thank you.

  15. Keshab says:

    I Want To Learn Japanese N Study In JAPAN.

    • Anwesh says:

      @keshab, krishna, prakash, nikhil: Good to hear a few Indian names! Since you guys also love japanese , i wanted to ask a few things. What is the scope of japanese studies for an indian learner? Is it good for an indian to work or study in japan. See, normally we people in india rush to usa and uk for “abroad studies” and jobs. But few indians opt japan. I liked japan because of their anime/manga, but gradually liked the language. But i dont know how the people of japan are. (friendly/unfriendly; how they think; i saw few japanese movies on utv world movies but i found some characters behaviour rude and some weird; etc) and what is the scope of a person in india if he wants to be a japanese translator.(like translating books, manga, anime, films, etc)

  16. Please provide some links to practice N5 listening other than sample test. Its really hard to find out audios for N5.

  17. ありがとうございました! 元気www
    ^_^

  18. Anwesh says:

    @keshab, krishna, prakash, rishikesh, raghavan, nikhil: Good to hear a few Indian names! Since you guys also love japanese , i wanted to ask a few things. What is the scope of japanese studies for an indian learner? Is it good for an indian to work or study in japan. See, normally we people in india rush to usa and uk for “abroad studies” and jobs. But few indians opt japan. I liked japan because of their anime/manga, but gradually liked the language. But i dont know how the people of japan are. (friendly/unfriendly; how they think; i saw few japanese movies on utv world movies but i found some characters behaviour rude and some weird; etc) and what is the scope of a person in india if he wants to be a japanese translator.(like translating books, manga, anime, films, etc). My friends mock at me when i say that i like japanese (songs, movies) etc. Once a friend joked that “our exams are coming. Start studying..(pause)… Japanese!” Actually the japanese language was not the part of our school curriculum. Only selected (few) cbse schools have japanese in their curriculuum.

  19. che osman says:

    totemo omoshirokata……….

  20. Nelson Alexandre Korman says:

    Congratulations for the site. EXCELENT. It helps a lot.

  21. domo

  22. anyone here who’s going to try the jlpt review exam this nov. 18? me and my colleagues received these invitations last week here in japan.. i’m not sure if it was offered on other countries. i hope everyone past the exam gambatte kudasai.

  23. Nabin Rana says:

    It’s very useful. How can I get a collection book of previous NAT Test exams?

  24. とても ありがっとうございました 、

  25. thank you so much for this!! >w<

  26. i luv nihongo……aarigato gojaimaas

  27. 本とにありがとうございます!!みなさん、this is awesome!!!

  28. Miskatonic says:

    Thank you so much for your work. This website is incredibly useful, it has finally given me a footing from which I can start learning Japanese. I felt pretty lost without an organized way to start studying. Again, thank you for your work and effort; this is a great site.

  29. どうも ありがとう ございます :D
    very helpful for me (and also the other people) ^ ^/

  30. Hi, I just wanna ask if you can update the grammar of questions in N5.
    Also, I’ve checked some other websites for grammar in N5 and I found out that there’re many more grammar we need (for example http://www.daiuinternational.com/jlpt/N5/grammar.html ), I just I wanna make sure which parts should I study. (I’m using grammar guide by Tae Kim here http://www.guidetojapanese.org/grammar_guide.pdf )
    Thank you

  31. Hello..thanks for all the materials you’ve posted here..it really helps me a lot..hehe.. :D

  32. dilpreet says:

    sumimasen! i want JLPT last year question papers..?? i can i get ??

  33. Janardan Giri says:

    本当に役に立ちました。

  34. michael says:

    Where can I download the Grammar of questions for JLPT N5 ?

  35. Minna San yoroshiku onegaiitashimasu
    皆さん宜しくお願い致します

  36. suresh says:

    i hope this site is very helpful for beginners.

  37. vishwanath says:

    Dear site owner i am very keen to learn but i can’t see anything in japanese script please i am using Sam sung galaxy tab 10.1 android platform

  38. very useful…………thank you so much…………

  39. Samantha says:

    Thank you for all your lists. Can I be cheeky and ask when the nouns and the grammar for questions will be ready? Many thanks :)

  40. doujo arigatou gojaimass

  41. kathirvel says:

    ありがとうございます、

  42. Hi,

    I’m just wondering when approximately will the files for question grammar and noun vocab will come out?

    Thanks,
    Raine

  43. manigandan says:

    Awesome Site…. Soooooooo good :)

  44. Terima kasih. :-)

  45. Prashant More says:

    Hello Friends, My name is Prashant More. I’m working with Japanese MNC & I’m keen to learn Japanese Language. Please any one can help me for Japanese language classes. I need to start from basic level i.e JLPT Level 5. Looking for Saturday evening Batch, so i can attend lecture after office time.. The location should be from Charchgate to Matunga.. Help me.. Please you can reach me on 09773271884..
    Regards.
    Prashant San
    09773271884….

  46. Congrats to JLPT passers!

    I took the JLPT exam and I just want to share this to you:

    http://sarisaringisip.blogspot.com/2014/02/6-most-affordable-ways-to-review-and.html

  47. Kagura Yato says:

    Hontoni Arigato ^^

  48. n shehan lahiru says:

    I am need a jlpt past paper.

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