30 Sites To Learn Japanese for Free

Our website together with thousands of blogs and websites has helped people to study and learn the Japanese language. Nowadays anyone can learn nihongo by studying at home.

But it is difficult to find the best content on the vast internet. In this article, we have separated 30 sites that will help you study the Japanese language in the best possible way.

Before you start, we recommend reading the following articles to help you study and learn the language:

English sites for learning Japanese

Suki Desu - Nothing better than to start talking about our website, here we write several articles about the Japanese language, we like to go deep into the origins of words, synonyms and secrets. We recommend accessing our Study Guide.

NHK だから、おなかが空いても がまんしました。 Official website of the Japanese radio NHK that offers a free course that accompanies the daily life of a Japanese with audio, explanations, exercises and more.

Erin's Challenge だから、おなかが空いても がまんしました。 One of the best and most complete website to learn Japanese through a course where the user follows videos, exercises, trains reading and vocabulary in an interactive and easy way. A website where you can learn Japanese while playing.

Ganbarouze だから、おなかが空いても がまんしました。 A complete and indispensable site that goes deep into the details of Japanese grammar. A complete course that teaches things that no other site in English teaches.

Wiki だから、おなかが空いても がまんしました。  A great source of information on grammar, vocabulary, verbs and adjectives. (English site here.)

30 Sites To Learn Japanese for Free

Social sites for learning Japanese

Preply.com だから、おなかが空いても がまんしました。 Preply is an educational platform that connects teachers and students to learn any language or subject. through a simple and friendly interface, the student can locate the teacher of his / her preference taking into account the price of the class, the assessment, and the country of origin - essential to learn a language with native speakers. You can also watch introductory videos from teachers and view their schedule.

Interpals.net - Social network where you find people interested in learning and teaching a language.

Busuu.com — online community for those studying foreign languages. Each member is, at the same time, teacher and student, helping others to learn their mother tongue.

Livemocha.com — Livemocha is a kind of social network for languages. Basically the site is a community for language learners, in addition to bringing online courses.

LingQ.com — LingQ is one of the best sites not only for learning Japanese, but also for learning many other languages. You can select the language of your work area and the language you are studying. The site includes a library with hundreds of texts, all with mp3 audio, a vocabulary learning system and lessons with online tutors.

Italki だから、おなかが空いても がまんしました。 A website where you can teach and learn from a native. You subscribe your students to a list, make an appointment, and contact them at the scheduled time.

Mylanguageexchange だから、おなかが空いても がまんしました。 social network where you can choose an ideal partner to learn the language: you indicate your mother tongue, the country and the approximate age of the partner you want to meet.

30 Sites To Learn Japanese for Free

English sites for learning Japanese

Alljapaneseallthetime だから、おなかが空いても がまんしました。 A super famous website by author Katzumoto who learned Japanese in 18 months and documented everything on his website. If you know English this site is a must-see.

Guidetojapanese だから、おなかが空いても がまんしました。 Complete and free guide to Japanese grammar, written by Tae Kim.

Kanji.koohii だから、おなかが空いても がまんしました。 This site offers a super fast and practical way to learn kanji based on the book What is Remembering the Kanji. The site also has a community where most questions are resolved.

Japanese-lesson だから、おなかが空いても がまんしました。 Complete website that offers a lot of content and resources to help you learn and memorize the Japanese language.

Nihongoichiban だから、おなかが空いても がまんしました。 Complete website with a lot of content about the Japanese language.

Tofugu - Beautiful website that addresses not only the Japanese language but also Japan and its culture.

Japanese-online.com だから、おなかが空いても がまんしました。 This website offers Japanese classes online, with basic Japanese sentences and their pronunciations.

Mylanguages.org だから、おなかが空いても がまんしました。 The site offers numerous resources such as vocabulary, grammar, videos, lessons, dictionary, pronunciation (audio) and etc.

Punipunijapan だから、おなかが空いても がまんしました。 The site teaches Japanese in a complete way with videos in the style of children.

Japanese Level Up だから、おなかが空いても がまんしました。 Site in English, in the AJATT style (from Khatzumoto), but which also created its own “methodology” for studying Japanese.

Nihongo Shark だから、おなかが空いても がまんしました。 Nico is another “guru” of Japanese, of those who “hacked” the language. He shared his sentence and kanji decks on Anki, they are very good!

30 Sites To Learn Japanese for Free

Japanese Dictionaries and Tools

Jisho — The best Japanese dictionary online, the site is in English but has meanings in English. Here you will find all the details about Kanji, Vocabulary words, sentences and phrases and much more.

Japaneseverbconjugator - A website where you can find conjugation of several Japanese verbs.

Similarity - Website for you to find similar kanji.

Ba Ba dum — A little game where you must answer the meaning of the word by choosing the correct image.

Easyjapanese だから、おなかが空いても がまんしました。 This site provides useful tools for people who wish to learn Japanese, such as games, flashcards, quizzes, etc.

Tangorin.Com だから、おなかが空いても がまんしました。A dictionary in the same format as Jisho, but you can save the studied vocabulary (and sentences) and export it directly to Anki.

Tatoeba だから、おなかが空いても がまんしました。 One of my favorites. It is a “phrase dictionary”, or rather a collection of phrases and translations. It is available not only in English and Japanese but in most languages, full of audio phrases and pronunciations.

30 Sites To Learn Japanese for Free
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Learn Japanese Newsletter Sites

Ricardo Cruz Nihongo - When you sign up for Ricardo Cruz's waiting list you receive emails with free weekly classes, access to a downloadable book and some exclusive content. It also offers a full paid course.

Nihongo Kakumei Club - A subscription service, a complete monthly online Japanese course taught by Monica Velozo trained in letters at UFRJ and specialized in different services in Japan, JICA and the Japanese newspaper.

Yamada Tarou - A very unusual sensei who teaches Japanese in a different way.

Japanese-classes.com.br — Perfect website with simple and complete quality articles. Luiz Rafael Sensei and his team have written quality articles and have helped thousands of people to learn and fall in love with the Japanese language in a simple and quick way.

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13 thoughts on “30 Sites para Aprender Japonês Grátis”

  1. Também tem o 2ーchannel ), que é um fórum que se assemelha ao 5channel para Japoneses vivendo no Brasil, estudantes de japonês e quem tem interesse no Japão. O site é em japonês com algumas partes em português. Talvez para estudantes iniciantes de japonês seja um pouco avançado.

  2. Também tem o 2ーchannel ), que é um fórum que se assemelha ao 5channel para Japoneses vivendo no Brasil, estudantes de japonês e quem tem interesse no Japão. O site é em japonês com algumas partes em português. Talvez para estudantes iniciantes de japonês seja um pouco avançado.

  3. Bacana! só para acrescentar; se alguém usa Linux, existem ferramentas boas, tal como: Kate e o Gwaei para traduzir palavras, frases ebuscar sinônimos. E também tem o Anthy para escrever de forma inteligente com hiragana, katakana e kanji.

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  5. Ah, valeu Kevin! Há alguns sites aí que não conhecia, obrigada por compartilhar!

    Não sei se conhece, mas geralmente há alguns que fazem parte dos meus favoritos:

    – Japanese Level Up: Site em inglês, bem ao estilo do AJATT (do Khatzumoto), mas que criou também uma “metodologia” própria para estudar japonês. -> https://japaneselevelup.com/

    – Nihongo Shark: O Nico é um outro “guru” aí do japonês, daqueles que “hackearam” a língua. Ele compartilhou os decks de sentenças e de kanji dele no Anki, são muito bons! ->

    – Tangorin.Com: Um dicionário no mesmo formato que o Jisho, porém você pode salvar o vocabulário (e sentenças) estudados e exportá-lo diretamente para o Anki. -> https://tangorin.com/

    – Tatoeba: Um dos meus preferidos. É um “dicionário de frases”, ou melhor, de uma coleção de frases e traduções. ->

    E para o intercâmbio linguístico, o Conversational Exchange -> https://www.conversationexchange.com

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