Here are Japanese worksheets and free courses that I have for you! Worksheets are all PDF and printable. Courses are free and lessons will be sent to your email. Provide your name (or nickname) and email address in the box under each material. Then, I will send you the material right away via email. Grab the ones that meet your level and needs.
I will keep adding more Japanese worksheets here as I create new ones, so come back to check for new materials. Hope you will find them helpful for your Japanese learning!
Free Course 1 – For total beginners
The course covers the basics of how to construct sentences and things that you need to be mindful of proper usage of the language. You can view the lesson videos on any devices as long as you are connected to an internet. Why not learn Japanese on your phone during the lunch break? 🙂
This is not an online learning app. It is a real course with a lecture by a real Japanese teacher. Try this free course and see if this method works for you!
This free course comes with a vocabulary list that you can download. (PDF, 2 pages) It is a list of nationality and occupational names in Japanese. You will learn how to introduce yourself with your name, nationality, and occupation.
Free Course 3 – Verbs & Daily Life
This course covers the basics of Japanese verbs. This is a mini-course for people who want to describe basic daily activities in Japanese. You will learn how to say things you do or will do as in “I drink coffee every morning” or “My boyfriend plays golf on weekends.”
I will show you how systematic Japanese sentences are and how to build them on your own. I will also explain the difference between Formal and Informal speech in Japanese. It’s important that you know the TWO key points I cover in this course so that you won’t sound childish or awkward in speaking Japanese!
This free course also comes with tons of PDF materials. (21 pages in total!) They are a vocabulary list (7 pages), Verb list (14 pages), both in Romaji and Hiragana/Katakana. So, you don’t have to know Japanese letters to learn from this free course.
Sounds good to you? Go to the Sign-up page by clicking the button below. 🙂
Hiragana Chart & Practice Sheets (PDF)
This material comes with a complete chart of 46 Hiragana letters and practice sheets for you to practice writing each Hiragana letter accurately within a box. This is how we Japanese native speakers first learn and practice writing Hiragana letters.
Do you know that Hiragana letters can look quite different between handwritten version and the printed fonts that you see on your phone or computer?
This material is made with Kyookatho-tai (Textbook font) that is closest to handwritten letters so rest assured that you will learn the correct form of writing these letters.
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Katakana Chart & Practice Sheets (PDF)
This material comes with a complete chart of 46 Katakana letters and practice sheets for you to practice writing each Katakana letter accurately with a box. This is how we Japanese native speakers first learn and practice writing Katakana letters. Use these Japanese worksheets to master your Katakana!
Just like Hiragana material above, I made these Katakana worksheets with Textbook font so you won’t have to worry about learning the incorrect form of handwritten Katakana letters.
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Basic Japanese Phrases (PDF)
This is a list of basic Japanese phrases. I have listed the 30 most commonly-used phrases in this handout.
Do you know that we have different speech styles in Japanese? Some phrases/expressions have both formal and informal versions, and others have only the formal version since that is the expression we only use when speaking formally. I indicated those differences in this list of phrases.
You can also watch a video lesson on Japanese phrases on my YouTube channel. Provide the information below and I will send you the list directly to your email.
Japanese Numbers 1 to 100 (Chart, PDF)
In this chart of Japanese numbers 1 to 100, you can see how to construct numbers at a glance. Pronunciation of numbers is given both in Hiragana and Romaji. I also listed some example numbers that you particularly need to be careful with the pronunciation.J
You can also watch a lesson video on numbers on my YouTube channel. Provide the information below and I will send you the table of Japanese numbers 1 to 100 right away.
Japanese Particles Cheat Sheet (PDF)
Japanese Particles are crucial in the language and yet, very confusing. There are so many of them and besides, one particle can have multiple meanings! Confusing, I know. That’s why many learners struggle with Japanese Particles.
In this cheat sheet, I listed the fundamental ones that you MUST know to start out with your Japanese learning endeavor. The material is available only in Hiragana. Provide the information below and I will send you the cheat sheet directly to your email.
Blank Vocabulary Sheet (PDF)
How are you building your Japanese vocabulary? There are tons of useful apps and online memorization tools out there nowadays. I am, however, a strong believer of a pen and paper in this digital world (because it worked for me).
If you want to be able to see all the Japanese vocabulary you have encountered somewhere, you need to store them in one place. That’s why I recommend having a blank vocabulary table like this where you can store all the vocabulary as you learn them.
Make it habit to jot them down in this chart. Organizing them according to a category is even better. Provide me the information below and I will send you the blank vocabulary sheet straight to your mailbox.
Japanese Adjective Conjugation Chart (PDF)
Do you know that there are two groups of Adjectives (I & NA) in Japanese and they conjugate differently? Here is a Japanese Adjective conjugation chart that shows you how to say is, is not, was, was not for each adjective at a glance.
I listed the most commonly-used Japanese adjectives: 40 of I adjectives and 20 of NA adjectives in this handout.
Provide the information below and the adjective conjugation chart will be in your mailbox right away!
Download Japanese Worksheets
You may not find much opportunity to obtain Japanese worksheets created by a professional Japanese language teacher, so don’t miss this chance. I have revised and improved these worksheets over my 18 years of teaching career. They have been tested with my students at colleges and proved to help their learning greatly. You’ll find them helpful for your Japanese learning too!