Archive

    1. Womansword What Japanese Words Say About Women

      | Kristen Dexter
    2. Are You An Echo? The Lost Poems of Misuzu Kaneko

      | Michael Richey
    3. Tonoharu Part Three After Six Years, the Trilogy is Complete

      | Carla Sinclair
    4. The Six Month Long Doki Doki Crate Review So...many...cute items. Can't...look away!

      | Michael Richey
    5. Japan Crate: The Definitive Six-Month Long Review We ate 10.59 lbs and $180 worth of Japanese candy so you don't have to

      | Michael Richey
    6. Japanese Tattoos | History • Culture • Design by Brian Ashcraft and Hori Benny

      | Michael Richey
    7. Put on your Suit and Tie, it's Time to Go to Ice Cream Work An tasty art/story book by Japanese artist Naoshi

      | Michael Richey
    8. The Definitive Genki Textbook Review The quintessential review for the quintessential Japanese textbook

      | Michael Richey
    9. A Geek In Japan One man's crash course in everything Japanese

      | Linda Lombardi
    10. Attack On Titan: The Movie - A Tofugu Review Sure to be a box-office Titan, but how does this film stack up?

      | Rich
    11. Short Stories In Japanese A New Penguin Parallel Text

      | Kristen Dexter
    12. A Guide to Reading and Writing Japanese A Comprehensive Guide to the Japanese Writing System

      | Kristen Dexter
    13. The Kodansha Kanji Usage Guide An A to Z of Kun Homophones

      | Kristen Dexter
    14. An Illustrated Dictionary of Japanese Onomatopoeic Expressions A picture is worth a thousand words - and you get both!

      | Verity Lane
    15. Warau Eikaiwa Studying Japanese? Have to laugh so you don't cry.

      | Rich
    16. Japanese The Game: The Japanese Learning Card Game Japanese learning for Yu-Gi-Oh! fans. But is it worth $100K?

      | Michael Richey
    17. Exploring Japanese Literature Read Mishima, Tanizaki, and Kawabata

      | Kristen Dexter
    18. How to Sound Intelligent in Japanese A Vocabulary Builder

      | Kristen Dexter
    19. Reading Japanese with a Smile Nine Stories from a Japanese Weekly Magazine for Intermediate Learners

      | Kristen Dexter
    20. Jazz Up Your Japanese with Onomatopoeia Beep boop pow meow bop shhhhuuuuupah

      | Kristen Dexter
    21. Nihongo Sō-Matome JLPT Study Guide Series

      | Rich
    22. Breaking into Japanese Literature Seven Modern Classics in Parallel Text

      | Kristen Dexter
    23. Japanese from Zero! 1: Progressive Edition The perfect Japanese textbook for young learners.

      | Michael Richey
    24. Kodansha International's Bilingual Books Series Practice your Japanese and become a better translator

      | Kristen Dexter
    25. Read Real Japanese: Essays and Fiction Essays and Short Stories by Contemporary Writers

      | Kristen Dexter
    26. Making Sense of Japanese What the Textbooks Don't Tell You

      | Kristen Dexter
    27. Hiroaki Sato's Legends of the Samurai If you're an English speaking samurai nerd, this book is made for you. The rest might need more motivation.

      | Rich
    28. Great Teacher Onizuka Drama (2012) Of all the GTOs, is this the G-est?

      | Rich
    29. Japanese Schoolgirl Confidential And here you thought that you knew everything there was to know about Japanese schoolgirls

      | Kristen Dexter
    30. Showa: A History of Japan The Manga-ka and the Ratman Explain World War II

      | Linda Lombardi
    31. Influent: The Virtual Language Memory Palace Your own mini Japanese sandbox

      | Michael Richey
    32. Japanese for Travelers The totally dispensable guide to Japan

      | Kristen Dexter
    33. HiNative: The Review Can it answer "The Question?"

      | Koichi
    34. Kawaii Box - The Tofugu Review The word "kawaii" can be very subjective

      | Kristen Dexter
    35. A Dictionary of Japanese Grammar Just about the only time when a physical book will have more information than all of the internet, combined

      | Koichi
    36. Japanese the Manga Way Learn real Japanese that real Japanese people read! Also comics.

      | Michael Richey
    37. Japanese Respect Language When, why, and how to use it successfully, at least, when you are able to read it

      | Kristen Dexter
    38. Photography in Japan: 1853-1912 An in-depth study of the lives that took Japan's first photos

      | Michael Richey
    39. Ni No Kuni - Reinvigorating Hopes for the JRPG Substance over style

      | John
    40. Tampopo: Zen and the Art of Making ramen How I Learned To Live Life Via Food

      | Koichi
    41. Nankyoku Ryourinin (The Antarctic Chef) A story about people and food in the south pole

      | Koichi
    42. Skritter: A Great Way To Practice Kanji, Stroke Order Learn the strokes, folks!

      | Koichi