The fact that they can also help with reading in Japanese makes them a great addition to the list of “educational games”. First try the free version to see if Hiragana Easy can help you move from the Cana phase to the next learning goal. How do these games help you learn Japanese? Because these are visual novels! You can scroll through the text at your own pace. Supported languages: English, Japanese, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, Vietnamese, Korean, Indonesian, Russian and Traditional Chinese. If you want to keep a certain place for further study later, you can also do so. This is a great addition for users who are already seeing or reading other sleeves, such as Yotsuba&! or Polar Bear Coffee. This may sound naked, but with Wanicchou it’s simple and intuitive: look for a word in kanji or kana and read the definition in the box below. During this series of articles we have presented many Japanese online dictionaries, but it’s hard to imagine that a dictionary like Jishonari has so many features on the site. Thanks to Netflix, the program also has subtitles in Japanese and English to help you understand what you’re listening to. First, Nihongozin asks users to share their location so that they can see other users nearby, talk to them alone or block them if they want to. But if you learn Japanese, you can use Wanicchou, the new Android dictionary app with Y-Y option.