*Because the Japanese version of Mainichi uses
Netscape Frames it is not available through the Shodouka mediator.
The Japanese Mediator
If you would like to read Japanese at a Japanese web site, first go here,
type or paste the address of the Japanese site you want to visit into the
input field (you may have to scroll down a little to see it), and then
click on the button to the right. You need a graphical browser like Netscape,
Internet Explorer, Mosaic, and so on, but you do not need a Japanese operating
system or language kit. Also, If you click on the Shodouka icon
displayed on some of the Japanese links within the Club Nippon Web Site,
the mediator will be automatically activated.
The magazine that uses manga (Japanese comic books) to teach Japanese.
They have a nice collection of Japanese related links.
Lessons on the Web
This is an on line and on going series Japanese language lessons provided
by Pacific Software Publishing, Inc.
Yahoo is one of the most popular of the sites that provide an index to
some of the information available on the World Wide Web. Yahoo Japan is
the Japanese language version with an index of Japanese sites.
page. Pretty cool!!
Feed of Japan
Remember, Japan is almost half way around
the world from Wisconsin, so for residents
of the Midwest, the cameras are best viewed from
the late afternoon and into the night.
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