The Japanese Tutor

Who created The Japanese Tutor? Learn to speak Japanese. Take a visual tour of Japan. Links to other Japanese related sites. What you need to use The Japanese Tutor.
The Japanese Culture is very interesting. Learn to cook Japanese Food. Facts on Japan. Just what is Anime? Examples of how to use The Japanese Tutor.

Awards and reviews received. Would you like a Penpal? Sign The Japanese Tutor Guestbook. Tools to help you learn Japanese. What did it take to create The Japanese Tutor?
What type of Foods are in Japan? What does money in Japan look like? Take a look at the Landscape of Japan How would you like to receive Audio, Video & Graphics? Login and learn Japanese from The Japanese Tutor.

The REAL Japanese Tutor sites. Teaches the Japanese Language with audio from native speakers along with movies that show correct stroke order of Katakana, Hiragana, and Kanji characters. There are lessons that teach the language, cooking, origami, situations, and more. You do not need to have any special font to display Japanese and this site is FREE. I’m not trying to sell anything. I just want to help you to learn.

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I accept PayPal, so you can donate here.
I’ll get paid $5 for everyone who fills out the form from PayPal at the link above. If everyone did that I’d get enough money to get a faster connection, hire Artists, Native Japanese speakers, and make CD-ROMs to give away to you all. (Coming Soon) (Coming Soon) (Dirty Words) (Coming Soon) (Coming Soon) (Coming Soon) (Coming Soon) (Coming Soon) (Coming Soon)
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David O. Reed
3032 Delavan Dr
Saint Louis, Mo. 63121

The Japanese Tutor is the first and largest site on the WWW that uses animated images to show correct strokes of characters. Since then there have been many “Copy Cats”, but The Japanese Tutor brought it to you first and we have the most movies not to mention the best flowing movies. Now I offer all of my movies in QuickTime, all 2,600+ of them, so you can go to any part of a movie or play it again.
In the near future I will offer a trip to Japan that you can take using QuickTime VR. It is the first of its kind and incorporates new technology that allows you to pick up objects in the movie and listen to native speakers. If you don’t do what they say, in Japanese of course, you can not proceed to the next movie, so it is wise to to download QuickTime 4.0 and install it now. The Japanese Tutor is taking you into the future just as we did 6 years ago when we brought you the first animated stroke-order movies. Step into the future with me and you won’t be left behind to play with those other “Copy Cat’ sites that are copying The Japanese Tutor and trying to catch up. Not only that, but The Japanese Tutor is FREE. Just want to make the world a better place to live. 🙂 Korean anyone?