Learn French with Frantastique

Learn Hebrew online

Learn a new language outside the books with Mondly

Top apps and books for studying Japanese language

Top apps for learning Japanese

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.

1. Grammar

2. Vocabulary

3. Training of speaking/understanding


Top apps for learning Japanese

About the writer

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!

Japanese pages on Omniglot

Introduction to Japanese | Hiragana | Katakana | Kanji | Rōmaji | Phrases | Numbers | Colours | Telling the time | Family words | Tower of Babel | Articles | Links | Learning materials | Find Japanese tutors


Writing systems | Language and languages | Language learning | Pronunciation | Learning vocabulary | Language acquisition | Motivation and reasons to learn languages | Being and becoming bilingual | Arabic | Basque | Chinese | English | Esperanto | French | German | Greek | Hebrew | Indonesian | Italian | Japanese | Korean | Latin | Portuguese | Russian | Sign Languages | Spanish | Swedish | Other languages | Minority and endangered languages | Constructed languages (conlangs) | Reviews of language courses and books | Language learning apps | Teaching languages | Languages and careers | Language and culture | Language development and disorders | Translation and interpreting | Multilingual websites, databases and coding | History | Travel | Food | Spoof articles | How to submit an article

If you need to type in many different languages, the Q International Keyboard can help. It enables you to type almost any language that uses the Latin, Cyrillic or Greek alphabets, and is free.

If you like this site and find it useful, you can support it by making a donation, or by contributing in other ways. Omniglot is how I make my living.