Access to various reference sources in Japan including Encyclopedia Nipponica, Kodansha Encyclopedia of Japan, Progressive Japanese-English/English-Japanese Dictionaries, Gendai Yogo No Kiso Chishiki, Nihon Jinmei Daijiten, recent issues of the Economist Japanese edition, and many more.
Provides examples of natural Japanese in context. It includes sections covering all the diverse aspects of Japan from government and economy to traditional culture, lifestyle and sports as well as bilingual versions of important documents.
Selection of native Japanese words, kanji compounds, and foreign loanwords with precise and informative definitions. It offers expert guidance on points of grammar, meaning, pronunciation and punctuation with concise and insightful explanations.
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