The Japan Society's YouTube channel provides people with an interest in Japanese culture with the resources and information to deepen their ties with Japan. Japan Society is the leading U.S. organization committed to deepening mutual understanding between the United States and Japan in a global context.
It is a channel that started in 2013, and YouTube has many fun and easy-to-understand classes that Japanese learners around the world are studying. Beginners may want to study from this site first.
"Japasta" operated by Mana is a channel for studying Japanese in Japanese. I make videos of JLPT grammar, Japanese for work, and natural Japanese for everyday life. It is ideal for those who want to study in Japanese.
Japanese ammo is a new exciting resource for passionate learners. The great thing about this site is that Misa teaches Japanese in English in an easy-to-understand manner. There are many grammar and vocabulary explanations.
This is a Japanese lesson by Hanako, who majors in Japanese literature in Japan. There are many courses for Japanese learners with explanations in English. Thank you for teaching us.
The Udon Class is a place for beginner-level students to learn free Japanese and enjoy a lot of fun at the same time. Whether it's hiragana, katakana, kanji, vocabulary, or grammar, the udon classroom course includes everything.
Finally, I would like to introduce Japan with the Japan Wonder Guide, which creates guides for foreigners nationwide. They are telling you the charm of Japan's travel destinations with images. Why don't you take a break from studying and take a peek like a trip?