Art of Writing Japanese http://www.amazon.co......58-9522450|
Amazon.com: Books: Art of Japanese Writing and Calligraphy: Kanji, Hiragana, Katakana by Hideo Muranaka
Books on Hiragana & Katakana http://www.joyo96.org/BooksKana.html|
This Bookstore contains books on both the written and spoken Japanese language, Kanji, Kana, Katakana, Hiragana, Japanese culture, business practice, etc..
Books on Written Japanese http://www.joyo96.org/BooksKanji.html|
Bookstore contains books on both the written and spoken Japanese language, Kanji, Kana, Katakana, Hiragana, Japanese culture, business practice, etc..
Designing with Kanji http://search.barnes......6795&itm=3|
Japanese kanji characters are full of meaning and beauty. But if you don't speak Japanese, how do you find characters that say what you want and are not just a "kanji cliche"?
Guide to Reading & Writing http://www.amazon.co......58-9522450|
Guide to Reading and Writing Japanese by Florence Sakade. A bit old and not for beginners, but overall a great reference.
Handbook of Writing System http://www.amazon.co......58-9522450|
Amazon.com: Books: Kanji & Kana: A Handbook of the Japanese Writing System (Tuttle Language Library) by Wolfgang Hadamitzky,Mark Spahn
Japanese on-line http://www.hesjapanese.com|
Do you love Japanese culture?
Just break down the language barrier.Japanese isn’t so hard after all, see it for yourself!
I’m inviting you to study, Maiko
Jimi's Book of Katakana http://www.amazon.co......81-1666543|
This second interactive book in the "Jimi's Book of Japanese" series is a publishing rarity: a sequel that is every bit as good as the original. So many sequels come off like a side dish nobody ordered.
Learn Calligraphy http://www.amazon.co......books&st=*|
Learn Japanese Calligraphy Lessons 1 - 6 by Eri Takase
Read & Write by Manga http://search.barnes......5027&itm=8|
This brand-new series from Manga University uses original comic artwork to teach readers how to identify and write the most common Japanese kanji ideographs.
Reading Japanese http://www.amazon.co......s&n=507846|
Amazon.com: Books: Reading Japanese (Yale Language Series) by Eleanor Jorden,Hamako Chaplin
Recommended Books http://www.physics.u......_main.html|
I have been studying Japanese for five years now, and have developed opinions about many different books. For those of you are interested, these are books that I either find to be interesting or useful, or (on some occasions) not.
Writing List - Not so hard http://www.amazon.co......58-9522450|
Listmania! Kanji & Kana, They're not so Hard. A list prepared by Sharlotte Gunn.