Adventures In Japanese 1

Adventures In Japanese is a best-selling series of textbooks (with teacher’s guides) for learners of Japanese.

The series was started by a Japanese teacher in Hawaii, Hiromi Peterson, who was frustrated with dull textbooks full of irrelevant, dry Japanese words and phrases. The books are now used by high schools all over the US and

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Kanji Learners Dictionary

The Kodansha Kanji Learner’s Dictionary by Jack Halpern is the best kanji dictionary ever written. You can look up kanji in 5 different ways and there are 3 different indexes.

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Furigana Japanese Dictionary

Kodansha’s Furigana Japanese Dictionary is a beginner’s dictionary in which words are given in kana, and English.

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Basic Japanese Sentence Patterns

Basic Japanese Sentence Patterns by Naoko Chino is a Kodansha dictionary covering the 50 most common sentence patterns in Japanese.

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13 Secrets for Speaking Fluent Japanese

13 Secrets for Speaking Fluent Japanese by Giles Murray explores 13 ways of making your Japanese study more interesting and enjoyable.

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Building Word Power In Japanese

Building Word Power In Japanese by Timothy Vance is a guide to using kanji prefixes and kanji suffixes.

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Making Sense of Japanese

Making Sense of Japanese by Jay Rubin is a book of essays from Kodansha International that help you to understand how the Japanese language works.

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All About Particles

All About Particles by Naoko Chino is a reference book for Japanese funtion words such as “wa”, “ga”, “demo” and “ni”.

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Read Japanese Today

Read Japanese Today by Len Walsh is a book for people who can’t read kanji characters.

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Remembering The Katakana

Remembering the Katakana by James W. Heisig uses a phonetic memory technique to teach you Japanese katakana.

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