by Karen Tomita
If you have a great desire to study Japanese, but no opportunity to go Japan and communicate with native speakers, no panic. Fortunately, we live in the world of globalization and sharing the information, and as a result, everybody can find everything via Internet. In this article, I would like to make a short review of the best books and applications for studying Japanese language.
My name is Karen Tomita, Nisei Japanese in Georgia. I am a writer and a full-time blogger at www.eduzaurus.com. As a writer, I am interested in everything related to language, language learning and teaching. どうぞ,よろしくお願いします！
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