In this article you will discover some famous manga with their original name in Japanese and their literal translations!
You want to learn Japanese hiragana and katakana syllabaries? It’s your lucky day as WonderLang’s Hiragana and Katakana Workbook is now available on Amazon!
The workbook packs some good features:
- A double sided page with an hiragana/katakana card containing the full syllabaries which can be cut out of the book to follow you in your readings
- One page for each character with a stroke order diagram and 24 big cells (2cm x 2cm or 0.79″ x 0.79″) to allow you learning to draw the character, the first twelve cells containing a background character to further guide you (see picture below),
- 4 pages containing 80 Japanese everyday use words to kickstart your reading and writing practice.
Here are the links to the book on Amazon (use the link to the site closer to your country to get best shipping fares):
Start your journey to learning Japanese now!
WonderLang’s first Amazon product is now available:
The WonderLang’s Handwriting Practice Notebook – Pocket Version
This pocket version is a small sized notebook that fits in the pocket and will allow you practicing your Japanese or Chinese writing wherever you go! The cell size is 2 cm (0.79″) which makes it ideal for starters by giving ample room to stroke complex characters.
We will provide other formats (medium and large sizes) and cell sizes in the near future.
Note also that the product is available in different Amazon sites (com, de, fr, jp…), therefore look for it in your local Amazon website to get optimal shipping costs.
Look for “wonderlang handwriting practice notebook“, and confirm you are looking for WonderLang and not wonderland 😉
Here is a quick article to present the differences in pronunciation induced by the use of the dakuten, also called tenten: ﾞ and the handakuten (also called maru): ﾟ
In this lesson you will learn short sentences in Japanese that you can use in everyday situations.
Here is some basic Japanese vocabulary that goes along learning hiragana and katakana alphabets. Each word is provided with audio pronunciation.
A new version of our Japanese learning app Kana Matsuri is out! And guess what: Kana Matsuri now has a writing pad!
You want to learn Japanese hiragana and katakana? We are pleased to announce that we have just released our new app: Kana Matsuri. The app is available for iPhone, iPad and Android devices. Get it now!
Welcome to our fourteenth kanji lesson!
You are going to learn the following kanji: 半午国名時. Let’s go!