1. doyoulikecodfish:

anime-expo:

japanese-revision:

japanese-revision:

Textbooks:
A Dictionary of Basic Japanese Grammar
A Dictionary of Intermediate Japanese Grammar
Read Real Japanese Fiction
GENKI: Integrated Elementary Japanese I and II [beginners]
An Integrated Approach to Intermediate Japanese
Tobira (Gateway to advanced Japanese)
TextFugu [an online textbook]
Heisig’s Remembering Kanji
Basic Kanji Book Vol.1
Kanji in Context
Shadowing: Let’s Speak Japanese! (Beginner to Intermediate Level)
Online Dictionaries:
ALC (I use this everyday)→Expression encyclopaedia 
Goo dictionary
Weblio
WWWJDIC (with audio clips)
JWPce (downloadable dictionary for Windows)
JEDict (downloadable for Mac users)
Idiomatic Expressions
Zokugo-Dict (slang dictionary) [Japanese only]
Idioms dictionary [Japanese only]
Counters dictionary
Hovering dictionaries: →Rikaikun for Chrome→Rikaichan for Firefox→Floating Dictionary for Mac
Current Affairs dictionary
Tangorin
Imiwa? (a dictionary for the iPhone)
Tagaini Jisho (downloadable for Windows, Mac and Linux)
Nihongodict (also an app. for iPhone and Android phones)
For kanji.
Jisho (I use this for spelling kanji for if I can’t read it)
Yamasa (I use this for learning to write)
A Guide to Remembering Japanese Characters
Handwritten kanji search
Associative Kanji Learning (stroke orders)
WaniKani (reviewed and explained here)

Online reading:
Hukumusume Fairytales
竹取(Bamboo-Cutting) (vertical writing)
吉田秀幸の日記(Hideyuki Yoshida’s Diary) (recipes)
Chokochoko’s reading texts to help with JLPT
TED Talks (with Japanese subtitles and transcripts)
Learning through Films [Japanese subtitles/scripts]
Blue Sky Library (public domain books, explained here)

Manga.

Free online manga
Vomic (free online manga with voice actors)
Sound Effects (in manga, etc)

Improving your speaking:

Japanese pronunciation guide
Interactive Hiragana Pronounciation table
Topics for Language Exchanges.
Bubbly (a Twitter-like app where you can record yourself)
Audioboo (similar to Bubbly, but also a website)
My Language Exchange [to find a language partner]





Listening:
“Real World” Japanese
泣きたいときのクスリ 2007 - ‘08 (radio drama)
Writing practice:
Lang-8
Japan-Guide [for getting Japanese penpals]
原稿用紙の使い方 (How to write an essay with Japanese writing paper)
Shiritori (Japanese word-chain game)
iTalki [similar to Lang-8]
手書きブログ (Blogging by hand)
News:

NewsWeb Easy
NHK News (audio news with speed controls)
Mainichi Primary School student Newspaper


Podcasts:
JOQR (Cultural Broadcasting)
TBS Radio’s Junk
TOKYO FM

YouTube:
Afternoon Hirusagari
Jet Daisuke
バイリンガール英会話
Analog TV Forever (collections of adverts)
Real Japanese Studio
Japancast
Tofugu
Japanese sign language.
Heartful Power Hideo
Shuwa Island
TV:

Japanese subtitles for anime
KeyHole TV (to stream Japanese TV and radio)
風雲LIVE日本語(Feng Yun LIVE Japanese) (to stream TV)
映画で学ぶ実践英会話

Tumblr:
Kanji-a-Day
Holy crap Japanese
Nihongo ga Suki
Jumpstart Japanese
Nihongolog
Japanese Idioms
Nadine Nihongo
That Japan Addict
ChilliMuffin
A Little Help with Japanese
Japanese through Fandom
F-Yeah Native Japanese
J-Vocab of the Day
一文ずつ
Nihongobook
PuniPuni Japan
ぶらりめし [Japanese only]
Peaceful Chef [Japanese only]
Kumako365jp
Japanese Revision (my blog for intermediates)
Those studying in Japan.

Japanicking in Yamanashi (at Yamanashi University)
Samxuel (at Kyushu Sangyo)
Katy in Japan Town (at NUFS)
Chocotastie (at Seinan Gakuin)
Kim in Sapporo (at Hokkaido University)
Sunriseosunset / My Japan Travels (Yokohama National University)

Blogging:
Yaplog
Ameba
Learning websites:

JapaneseClass.jp
The Japanese Page
Tae Kim’s Guide to Learning Japanese
Erin’s Challenge (with listening and reading practice)
Maggie Sensei
Tofugu
All Japanese All The Time
Japanese Level Up

Other resources:

Lots of threads with a variety of resources for Japanese learning
JLPT Resources
Anki (flashcards for your computer, phone and online)→Yomichan (plug-in for Anki)
Quizlet (flashcards)
DJT and Okra’s pastebins (lots of resources and textbooks for download, etc)
Japanese.Livejournal (including tips on using IME)
Human Japanese (for PC and phones, excl. Linux)


I’ve added even more to the list since I first posted this and am continuing to add new things to it. So, I thought I’d re-post it. As always, if anyone has anything they would like to add, let me know!

A great list for those of you that are learning Japanese or want to begin!

For current and future reference.

    doyoulikecodfish:

    anime-expo:

    japanese-revision:

    japanese-revision:

    Textbooks:

    Online Dictionaries:

    For kanji.

    Online reading:


    Manga.

    Improving your speaking:


    Listening:


    Writing practice:


    News:

    YouTube:

    Japanese sign language.


    TV:

    Tumblr:


    Those studying in Japan.


    Blogging:


    Learning websites:

    Other resources:

    I’ve added even more to the list since I first posted this and am continuing to add new things to it. So, I thought I’d re-post it. As always, if anyone has anything they would like to add, let me know!

    A great list for those of you that are learning Japanese or want to begin!

    For current and future reference.

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  3. You’re Welcome

    When’s the best time to watch Doctor Who?

    Tennant:thirty.

    You’re welcome, fandom.  I have joined your ranks.

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  4. kampfgruppe:

The Jagdpanther was a logical development of the Panther tank chassis, providing a very suitable (albeit somewhat expensive) platform for the extremely potent 88mm PaK43 anti-tank gun to be housed in a decently armoured fully-enclosed superstructure. This was unquestionably the most formidable German tank destroyer produced in worthwhile numbers, being capable of despatching any Allied tank at any practical range - East or West - and it was exceptionally difficult to knock out frontally. There was, however a commensurate cost in weight and maintenance. The Jagdpanther commenced active service in June 1944 and served until the end of the war.

The Jagdpanther Tank Destroyer [GER]

    kampfgruppe:

    The Jagdpanther was a logical development of the Panther tank chassis, providing a very suitable (albeit somewhat expensive) platform for the extremely potent 88mm PaK43 anti-tank gun to be housed in a decently armoured fully-enclosed superstructure. This was unquestionably the most formidable German tank destroyer produced in worthwhile numbers, being capable of despatching any Allied tank at any practical range - East or West - and it was exceptionally difficult to knock out frontally. There was, however a commensurate cost in weight and maintenance. The Jagdpanther commenced active service in June 1944 and served until the end of the war.

    The Jagdpanther Tank Destroyer [GER]

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  5. M18 Hellcat (Tank Destroyer) [US]

    M18 Hellcat (Tank Destroyer) [US]

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  6. Panzerkampfwagen (Pz. KpFw) VI Tiger I (Heavy Tank) [GER]

    Panzerkampfwagen (Pz. KpFw) VI Tiger I (Heavy Tank) [GER]

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  7. M4 Sherman (Medium Tank) [US]

    M4 Sherman (Medium Tank) [US]

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  8. lilycastle:

    I’m just going to live my life and be happy. :D

    :D

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  9. #tigger #eeyore #pillowpet Ready for another #didneylan #tigerandakitikat #disneyday trip!!! #disneyland #disney

    #tigger #eeyore #pillowpet Ready for another #didneylan #tigerandakitikat #disneyday trip!!! #disneyland #disney

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