|Japanese Language online course.
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Links - Institutions
Japanese Embassy in Bucharest, Romania
The Japan Foundation - Language Institute, Urawa
The Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Institute, Urawa, was established as an affiliated organization of the Japan Foundation in 1989 to meet the needs for more assistance and closer cooperation and to supply the educational conditions of each country involved in the study of Japanese language and civilization.
The Institute runs various programs under the three purposes of
- human resources developing;
- developing and producing teaching resources;
- providing information regarding Japanese language education overseas.
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
We, as a bridge between the people of Japan and developing countries, will advance international cooperation through the sharing of knowledge and experience and will work to build a more peaceful and prosperous world.
Musashino Association, Japan
Founded in 1998, our center have promoted cultural awareness of Japan (particular Musashino City) through broad introduction of various aspects of Japanese life, including language, and both present-day and traditional culture.
Our center - Centrul Musashino Japonia - would like to be a bridge to further advance and deepen this friendly relations between Brasov and Musahino-city.
Links - Personalities
Former professor at Monash University, Australia, Visiting Professor at Research Institute for the Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA) - Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (Japan) and also a member of the board of the Japanese Studies Centre (Australia).
James Breen is a top personality both in the research activity linked with digital/data communications and the work applied in computational linguistics, particularly in areas related to Japanese electronic dictionaries and text processing.
He is also the compiler of KANJIDICT and EDICT electronic dictionary databases.
Jim Breen' Japanese page:
Ken Lunde, PHD, Senior Computer Scientist, CJKV Type Development, Adobe Systems Incorporated.
Ken Lunde received his Doctor of Philosophy degree in linguistics in 1994 with the dissertation entitled Prescriptive Kanji Simplification.
Author of CJKV Information Processing, O Reilly, Tokyo 1999, he is an outstanding professional CJKV Font Maker and a renown world personality related with the complex Asian languages Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese.
Ken Lunde's Home Page:
Jack Halpern, CEO & President, CJK Dictionary Institute, Editor in Chief, Kanji Dictionary Publishing Society; Editor-in-Chief of the New Japanese-English Character Dictionary and
Kanji Learners Dictionary, published by Kenkyusha and NTC, 1990 and Kodansha International, 1999.
Jack Halpern is also very active in lexicographic matters, being an author of a massive kanji database, and expands his vocation to unicycle riding, quena playing and Latin languages.
Jack Halpern's CJK Dictionary Institute:
Links - learn the Japanese Language
Elementary Japanese Language Course
Complete elementary Japanese language course with audio mp3 files, grammar, vocabulary trainer, kanji indexes, practice worksheets, realtime dictionary, text processing tool. No Japanese font required!
Japanese Language Dictionary - On Line
The employee of the Botosani County Prefecture, Mr. Yasuyuki Shimura, a JICA volunteer, designed an on-line Japanese Language Dictionary:
He also created The Japanese web page of the Botosani County Prefecture:
Links - Japanese Resources
Alternative guide to the Asakusa area of Tokyo, including information on Japanese culture, subculture and small businesses.
Tokyo Hotel & Travel Guide
Comprehensive travel guide to Tokyo Japan including all the main districts in Tokyo city and surrounding suburbs of Tokyo. Plus Tokyo maps, Tokyo itinerary, Tokyo pictures and Tokyo Hotels.
Links - Martial Arts
Romanian Federation of Aikido
Association Karate Do - Taiji Martial
World Shotokan Karate Do Federation