Fall 2014, A. Takahashi. Library guide to support students' development of high intermediate proficiency in speech and reading through study of varied prose pieces and audio-visual materials.
- Rikai -- add-on for Firefox
Add to your browser so that your mouse turns into a Japanese dictionary as you move it over words you don't know.
- Rikai-kun -- add-on for Google Chrome
Links to lots and lots of useful websites for looking up people, places, and information.
Goo is a Japanese search engine. If you are browsing and looking for topics and websites of interest, this is a good place to check out.
- Yahoo! Japan
Search engine, news, topics, and video links.
Fabulous online chronology that lists major events in publishing history, titles, and what was happening in the world at the same time.
- Google (Japanese)
Check the many tools you can use: search blogs, images, articles, books, translate, and more.
Weblio includes over a hundred different dictionaries. It includes words, events, people, dates.
99 dictionaries, with a strong emphasis on current events.
- Japanese nciku
This is a good online dictionary for language learners.