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Tsunagaru Hirogaru Life in Japanese

Agency for Cultural Affairs【Video】

Aimed at people who have just started living in Japan and are studying Japanese for the first time.
A website for foreign nationals to learn the Japanese language as residents of Japan.

Japanese Language Learning Support Site

The Japan Foundation【Introducion to content】

Useful for people learning Japanese as it introduces many study websites and apps.

Learn Japanese


Portal site that collates various Japanese learning content from NHK World JAPAN.

KC Yomu Yomu

The Japan Foundation【Books for multilingual reading in Japanese】

「JF Japanese e-learning Minato」

The Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Institute, Kansai【Introduction to content】

This site is for people who want to study in online Japanese courses for various levels and for those who want to communicate with other learners of Japanese around the world.

Japanese Study

Gifu Prefectural Board of Education【For children】

Provides teaching materials for school pupils with foreign roots that can be used for beginner’s Japanese learning.


Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)【for children, search engine】

You can search for teaching materials for the education of children of foreign nationality or with overseas roots that have been created and published in regions with extensive experience in teaching foreign children Japanese children who have returned from overseas.

Japanese language teaching materials

Organization for Technical Intern Training (OTIT) 【for technical intern trainees】

This website provides multilingual teaching materials for conversational and workplace language relevant to machinery, metal and food manufacturing-related occupations.

Frevia Nihongo Kyoushitsu 

Kani International Exchange Association

Texts for learning reading, writing and the conversational Japanese necessary for daily life. 
These are the teaching materials for the Kani International Exchange Association’s Saturday classes: 1) Hiragana, katakana and vocabulary class, 2) Basic Class, 3) Conversation class and 4) Kanji class.

Let’s speak Japanese for daily life!

Ogaki International Exchange Association (OIEA)

Texts for learning the conversational Japanese necessary for daily life. (For learning self-introduction, going to City Hall, going shopping, preparing for disasters, traffic rules, etc.) There is also a teaching guide.