b336a53425 AboutAnime.com AboutJapaneseCuisine.com ARTS AND SCIENCES Back to top An asterisk (*) after a link denotes that the site is in Japanese. Izutsu is available at Japanese Text Initiative. Aozora Bunko* (Blue Sky Collection) provides online texts of modern and contemporary authors. The first half of the second series ended on June 21, 2014. Although her sight improved day by day, she began seeing more than she wished for.
The text is also available at Koten mura and Tsuyukusa iro no sato. Resources Back to top Resources for Educators and Scholars Japan Foundation Japan Foundation North America Sasakawa Peace Foundation The Tokyo Foundation Toyota Foundation Toshiba International Foundation Sumitomo Foundation* Mitsubishi Foundation Japan-U.S. Its activities tend to be grouped under the following disciplines: linguistics and language teaching; literature; religion and the history of ideas; history, politics and international relations; economics, economic and social history; anthropology and sociology; urban and environmental studies; visual and performing arts." Academia Back to top Journals Japanese Language and Literature , the former Journal of the Association of Teachers of Japanese, is published twice year. Though she apparently survived the fall, she is not the person she used to be anymore, to the despair of the young man who loves her. KinyM wakashk taW The fifth imperial anthology is available at Japanese Text Initiative, Koten mura, and Tsuyukusa iro no sato. On that same day, she disappeared. Friendship Commission United States-Japan Foundation Fulbright Program, State Department -- Scholar Program: Japan Page -- Fulbright Graduate Study and Research Abroad -- FMF Teacher Program National Endowment for the Humanities Resources Back to top Educational Resources Asian Studies WWW Virtual Library A global collaborative project which provides access in bibliographic and in hypertext terms to networked scholarly documents, resources and information systems concerned with or relevant to Asian Studies. According to Web Counter since June 14, 2002 this is hit #          Back to top ABOUT THIS PAGE The purpose of the Japanese Resource Page is to provide convenient links to sites that may be useful to students at The George Washington University and to all who are interested in things Japanese. Kumo no ito w is available at the Aozora bunko.