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Google Images: The Best Japanese Dictionary Available?

Posted May 14, 2014 By torabisu

Everyone has used Google-Sensei’s fantastic Image Search feature to find things online. Sometimes it gives you whacked results, but most of the time it’s pretty spot-on. That being said,...

Japanese Learning Tools: Lang-8

Posted September 25, 2013 By torabisu

I’ve heard about Lang-8 for a while, but never actually looked it up until recently. As it turns out, this was a fantastic move. More on that in a moment....

Podcasts + Text = Podcastle

Posted May 8, 2012 By torabisu

Part of immersion is listening to audio, such as podcasts. However, most Japanese podcasts do not come with written transcripts. This represents an issue when studying because it can...

Audio Source: TBS Radio Podcasts

Posted December 30, 2011 By torabisu

I found another great resource for audio immersion. TBS Radio 954 has a site chock full of downloadable podcasts. They are mostly talk shows, which is perfect. They feature...

Immersion Tools: TuneIn

Posted December 21, 2011 By torabisu

Immersion tools can be difficult to find, especially when it comes to anything besides text. When you’re talking audio or video, it can also become very costly as well....

Grooveshark: Free Internet Radio (Tons of Japanese Music!)

Posted July 12, 2011 By torabisu

I found something about a month ago that I’ve been meaning to post. It’s called Grooveshark, and it’s made of pure awesome. It’s a free internet radio, with a...

SRS: Flashcards 2.0

Posted May 29, 2011 By torabisu

Updated 7.12.2011. What is SRS? SRS stands for “Spaced Repetition System”, and works off the idea that you should stretch out the time in which you review whatever it...

Updated Kana Table

Posted May 13, 2011 By torabisu

おはようございます! As some have probably already found, there is a kana table provided here on the site. However, the format just wasn’t as user-friendly as I would have liked,...

My Method of Remembering Kanji

Posted May 9, 2011 By torabisu

Not to say that I’m far enough along to be set in my ways yet, but what I’m doing thus far seems to be effective. Basically I have been...

Tools I’m currently using to learn Japanese

Posted May 5, 2011 By torabisu

Updated: 4.14.13 Since this page was very similar to the content already present on the Links page, I’ve decided to combine the two pages into one uniform list so...

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Sentences Series 1: An Overview of Phase 3

Sentences are the largest part of learning Japanese, for several reasons. But before we jump into that, let’s take...

Host Move

When I first launched this site, I had prepaid the hosting through January of next year (2013). However, it...

Phase 1: Kanji

The first phase (aside from the preparations beforehand) is probably the most crucial of the bunch – learning the...

Introduction and Forward

Welcome. First and foremost, welcome to allnihongo.com. Dedication I’d like to dedicate this site to my fiancee, who has,...

Site Update: “Rebranding”

Okay, so I’ve been wanting for a while now to “rebrand” this site. This is mostly because “travisvroman.com” no...

Sentences Series 5: Using SRS Effectively

Alright, so it’s been a while since I have update the sentences series – and there is good reason...

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