Reviews

    There are a lot of Japan and Japanese-related products out there that want your money. Spending money is one thing, but what about your time? Will using this product actually improve your Japanese? If you want to know which resources are worth your time, we've done the work for you. And if you're curious about candy subscription boxes, pocket translators, or old-man-rental services, we've reviewed those too.
    1. Japanese for Travelers The totally dispensable guide to Japan

      | Kristen Dexter
    2. Kawaii Box - The Tofugu Review The word "kawaii" can be very subjective

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

      | Koichi
    4. 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
    5. Japanese the Manga Way Learn real Japanese that real Japanese people read! Also comics.

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

      | Kristen Dexter
    7. Ni No Kuni - Reinvigorating Hopes for the JRPG Substance over style

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

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

      | Koichi
    10. Rhinospike Or How I got Native Japanese Speakers To Record Me Free Audio

      | Koichi
    11. Tenso Shipping: International Forwarding Service Get Your Own Japanese Shipping Address (and ship things on the cheap)

      | Koichi