The excellent feedback we received on our worksheets for kana & kanji encouraged us to start with the NIHONGO ICHIBAN PRINT YOURSELF workbook series. Download the pdf ebooks and print the worksheets as often as you like on your own printer.
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.
Kanji and Kana Flashcards
Flashcards are the most popular way of learning Kanji besides repeatedly writing them. These flashcards are very well designed to prepared for the different levels of the Japanese language proficiency test.
- A large picture of the kanji
- On-yomi and kun-yomi reading
- Stroke-by-stroke diagrams
- Look alike kanji to help distinguishing similar kanji
- Vocabulary including this kanji including kanji combinations
- The cards are varnished with rounded corners to ensure high durability.
- The Kana flashcards are presented like so:
HIRAGANA & KATAKANA Japanese Style Workbook
This workbook includes the 46 Hiragana as well as the 46 Katakana. Each character has one dedicated page showing its reading, the stroke order as well as a large section to practice writing. Click on the pics to enlarge the preview and see the sample pages.
Download it for just 500 Yen (about 6 USD) and start printing your worksheets to practice writing as often as you like. We donate 10% of the book’s revenue to Ashinaga – a NGO that promotes education for orphans in the world.
The Hiragana Times is a Japanese magazine very useful for those who are learning Japanese. Indeed, the articles are written in English but followed by the Japanese version. It is a very good way to practice Japanese no matter your level. On one hand, beginners will learn lots of vocabulary and get used to reading in Japanese without having difficulty since the kanji have furigana. On the other hand, advanced speakers will be able to practice regularly their Japanese.
The articles are very different and cover from cultural facts to business and politics themes, stories of foreigners living in Japan and tips on traveling are also published.
There is a digital version of the magazine which you can read on your computer or print at home, some articles also have an audio version that subscribers can download to practice listening.
It is a very good way to improve your Japanese skills and discover more about Japan and its culture at the same time.