This encyclopaedia is convenient for looking up things.
I expected more classical features, but hers is a beauty that would do well even in this age.
There's the perk of letting you join communities for paying members.
An English-Japanese dictionary is surely a must have book, not just for those taking TOEIC, but for all studying English.
This e-zine is for those who, unswayed by the cajolery of the modern language industry, firmly trust that the traditional learning method of grammatical analysis is the way to go.
It's a classic commuter town, even during the day there are few people around.
He's a classic case that the more ignorant people are the more sure they are that they are correct.
An up-to-date edition of the encyclopedia will come out next month.
Is there an English-Japanese dictionary on the bookshelf?
Fukuoka is very typical of the kind of town I like.
I would like to draw your attention to the fact that Kanjisho uses multiple sources of data provided by third parties.
The search results are provided by the wonderful Jisho API which itself uses various data sources which you can find on the jisho's website. The data concerning the kanji strokes are provided by the KanjiVG project, under the CC BY 3.0 FR license. I also use Tatoeba to provide example sentences and Kuroshiro to obtain the furiganas and romajis versions of the sentences.
If you find any vices, errors or malfunctions, please let me know so that I can correct them.