Links For Students

Links for Students

These are some of our general links that will not change very often. For VERY 
UPDATED links about what you are learning in class RIGHT NOW, go to the first 
link here, the Maloney Wikispaces page. Arigato!

 

Go here for very updated information about what you are learning 
in class RIGHT NOW!
Wikispaces Website

 

KidsWeb Japan 
THE resource for information about Japan. Everything you need to 
know
to know how you feel about classes, teachers, and what you have 
learned!
http://web-japan.org/kidsweb/

 

Asia for Kids/Culture for Kids
This website sells all kinds of great books about and stories 
from Asia.
http://www.asiaforkids.com/

 

Japanese MONEY - Click on the blue words to see the different 
Japanese 
currency in use today.  This site also tells you what metals the 
currency is 
made of and what design is printed on it.  From the "Bank of 
Japan."
https://www.boj.or.jp/en/note_tfjgs/note/valid/issue.htm/

 

Japanese Writing Systems- Alexis told us this website. It is all 
about 
HIRAGANA, KATAKANA, and KANJI.  Learn more on our wikispaces 
website (the first link on this page) when you click on "Reading 
and Writing" in Japanese.
http://www.cjvlang.com/Writing/writjpn.html

 

Eatsushi.com!!
View videos of how to make various kinds of sushi.  There are 
also fun 
things to buy (or just look at) such as a sushi lamp and sushi 
making kits!
http://www.eatsushi.com/demos.asp

 

The Sumo Wrestling National Grand Tournament Center.  Browse this 
site to 
learn more about sumo (in English) and the kokugikan center.
http://www.sumo.or.jp/En

 

Boston Children's Museum has a Japanese house inside it and 
exhibitions 
especially about Japan occasionally. 
http://www.BostonChildrensMuseum.org

 

Mitsuwa Marketplace Description
Read about our favorite Japanese grocery store in Fort Lee, New 
Jersey. It 
is worth a stop if you are travelling over the GW bridge!
http://goldsea.com/Parenting/Malls/mmp.html

 

Art Complex Museum: Check the information about "Shape of 
Tea" exhibition.
http://www.artcomplex.org

 

BLACK SHIPS FESTIVAL, NEWPORT, RI.-Black ships started the 
relationship 
between Japan and the U.S.in 1854.
http://www.newportevents.com

 

Brooklyn Botanic Garden SAKURA MATSURI INFORMATION
http://www.bbg.org/exp/cherrywatch/sakura.html

 

The Japanese American National Museum has a lot of information on 
children's 
toys,games, and books. They are also available for purchase.
http://www.janm.org/

 

New Year's Ecards online.  Click to view them!
http://www.dgreetings.com/japanese-new-year/

http://www.123greetings.com/events/japanese_new_year/