Über-awesome music website Last.fm recently re-introduced full-track streaming (and sometimes also mp3 downloads) for certain artists in its catalog. As those "golden" tracks are usually quite hard to find, I've done some deep digging, and compiled a list of the best full Japanese tracks available. Enjoy!
Wednesday, March 28, 2007
Sunday, March 18, 2007
I've just discovered Weblio, an online Japanese meta-dictionary with a cheesy name, which includes results from over 200 dictionaries and encyclopedias. Yup, that's two hundred. The site has a bit a bare-bones look, but there's some serious power under the hood if you click around and try a couple of queries. Fast response time is another plus point. And there's a thesaurus too.
Monday, March 12, 2007
I just bumped into this fantastic collection of Japanese commercials from the 80s, uploaded by YouTube user Poronko. Sneak preview below.
N.B.: In the video above, don't miss the public service announcement about the Northern Territories around the 06:36 mark (02:42 if you count down).