Mayjay channel

See the Quick Menu to find other pages on this site. Read the Japanese with furigana over the kanji, with mayjay channel, if you like.

Designed for elementary school and junior high school students, and non-Japanese living in Japan. Hiragana and Katakana Beginners may want to jump to the Kana Links that are near the bottom of the page. A Firefox plugin that has similar features to Rikai. You can put your cursor over any word on the resulting page to get the reading and the English meaning. For example, you can enter “飼っている” and it will find “飼う” for you. This means you can copy and paste things “as is” to get meanings. Rikaikun – For Chrome and does about the same thing as “Rikaichan” does for Firefox.

Enter a URL, then put your cursor over any kanji on the resulting page to get the reading and English. This didn’t work with some browsers I tested it with. However, it has the advantage of working with more browsers. You don’t need to register, so just ignore that part.

This doesn’t recognize various verb conjugations like Rikai. This can be used without logging in. Copy and paste in Japanese text, click the button, then see the same text with Furigana. You don’t need to register or have a password, so just skip to the bottom of the page to enter a URL. FEATURE: You can even get Romaji furigana, if you want.

This makes it very easy to see what was not on the original page. Converts web pages from Japanese characters to Romaji. Tools to Help Read Japanese Text These also help read a web page. You just have to copy and paste the text into the form. Input some Japanese text into the form and get a page with clickable words that show readings and English in another frame.

Input some Japanese text and have it converted to Kana or Romaji. Java applet for browsing, quizzing, etc. Requires a newer browser, 67 levels, randomly generated multiple-choice quizzes with 8 choices. The color scheme makes it a little difficult to see the choices. There are 560 quizzes each with 50 words.

The words were chosen in the order of the frequency in which they appeared in 4-years of Mainichi Newspaper. Multiple-choice Flash quizzes using all commonly-used words for each kanji. Uses the Suntac CGI to give you human-made multiple-choice questions. Entering a fake email address is OK. There are also Kanji Worksheets on this website. OFFLINE when check in April of 2010.