Undergraduate Japanese Resources
The following links have been selected over time for their usefulness to scholars and students. In many cases the links have been identified by students themselves; in others they have been deliberately chosen because of the direct relevance of sites to courses offered by the School.
Students are encouraged to advise the School of any new Internet sites which they find of special relevance to their studies, so that they may also be included in these lists for the benefit of all. To suggest a link contact firstname.lastname@example.org
is a column appearing every third Thursday in The Japan Times. Its purpose is to provide practical advice and inspiration to non-Japanese adults striving to achieve literacy in Japanese by learning the 1,945 general-use kanji
The Japan Foundation
The Japan Foundation aims to promote cultural exchange between Japan and other nations. We organise a diverse range of cultural activities introducing art, culture and society, and coordinate various programmes supporting Japanese language education overseas.
The Japan Forum
TJF was established in June 1987 funded initially through a major grant from Kodansha Ltd., Publishers, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, Ltd., Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd., New Oji Paper Co., Ltd., Nippon Paper Industries Co., Ltd., and Toppan Printing Co., Ltd. TJF's total endowment amounts to 2 billion yen.
Japan travel guide, information on Japan and Japanese culture.
Free lunchtime Japanese Conversation Group
Would you like to practice your language skills? Come practice with a group of fellow students. All levels welcome!
keep an eye on the school noticeboards and the JAPNalia Blackboard site for current details
Gordon Greenwood Building (#32)
- all semester.