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  • Dengeki Bunko (Light Novel) Magazine vol. 58 Nov 2017
    J-List now carries Dengeki Bunko, a great magazine packed with content from the best light novels like Sword Art Online (SAO). Now you can reach the next level of fandom by enjoying the stories your favorite anime are based on, and improve your Japanese at the same time! Each issue of Dengeki Bunko is packed with character profiles, art, preview of upcoming game and anime spin-offs, cute manga, and new issues of serialized stories full of interesting characters. Plus you get omake (free stuff), like limited edition figures, posters and more! 500+ pages each month, printed in a high-quality perfect-bound package. IN THIS ISSUE: Featured content from Kino no Tabi, Sword Art Online, Toaru Majutsu no Index, Tenshi no 3P!, Eromanga Sensei, and other great series! For omake, you get a Kino no Tabi Clear File and Sword Art Online Character Book Vol. 5! Issues limited, so don't miss it.
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  • Comptiq Nov 2017
    Those yearning for the inside scoop on all things moe and bishoujo, your search is over! Comptiq (also Romanized as Compteac) is a definitive monthly who's-who of beautiful anime and game girls with complete, full-color news and in-depth articles on the latest and greatest characters in Japan. Not only is this magazine loaded with beautiful moe-kei (super cute anime) manga and visuals exploring the current gorgeous characters in anime and PC dating-sim games in Japan today, you also get lots of free stuff. In this issue: See great posters, character info and full page illustrations from Fate/Apocrypha, Fate/Grand Order, Fate/stay night [Heaven's Feel], Fate/Prototype, Chikatetsu ni Noru, Kantai Collection (KanColle), Granblue Fantasy, Battle Girl High School, Fire Emblem, Tokyo 7th Sisters, Kemono Friends, Shadowverse, To Aru Majutsu no Virtual On, and more. Best of all, you get a free gift in this issue: a PaniPani Adventure Book.
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  • Warning, Electric Shock! (T-Shirt)
    Here's an awesome new T-shirt: an original design for fans of the anime and manga Toaru Majutsu no Index (A Certain Magical Index) and the sequel, Toaru Kagaku no Railgun (A Certain Scientific Railgun), featuring the popular girl Mikoto, aka "Biri Biri" (the sound of lightening crackling), due to her tendency for electrocuting people who anger her. Design copyright J-List, created by Rios. This product ships out of our San Diego location for your convenience.
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  • Megami Magazine RX Collection 1
    This is an excellent collection of ecchi scenes from anime taken from the Megami Magazine RX series. For those who missed the first issues of Megami RX, you can now get it in artbook form. This is volume one featuring tons of ecchi anime from 2010 to 2012 including MayoChiki, High School DxD, kissxsis, Kampher, R-15, Ikkitousen, Queen's Blade Rebellion, Majikoi, Maken-ki!, and a whole lot more! Also includes a guess the oppai and pantsu section plus character index with a list of voice actresses and the characters they voiced featured in this book. 192 pages.
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  • LITTLE WORLD 2   Oyari Ashito's Artwork Collection vol. 2
    Fans of high quality Japanese "moe" art will love this two volume collection of art by famous illustrator Oyari Ashito, creator of many popular visual novels such as Littlewitch Romanesque and Eiyu Senki. This volume is a massive 178 page artbook filled with top quality art, from the artist's early game works to Littlewitch Romanesque plus many original works, reproduced in glorious full glossy printing. Each illustration includes comments by the artist in Japanese, and there's a helpful index at the back with the title of each work in English and Japanese. 178 pages.
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  • Kanji Practice Flashcards: Level 2 - Vol. 2
    Mastering Japanese kanji is essential to success in learning the Japanese language. Learning kanji is not only important to be able to read and write the Japanese language, but it is also important in order to proceed to advance levels of study. The reason why is that you will have great difficultly finding upper level textbooks and other courseware that continue to use romaji and kana to indicate the readings of kanji. White Rabbit Press' top-selling Japanese Kanji Flashcards have helped thousands of Japanese language learners, in as many as 23 countries, master Japanese kanji. For just a few cents per card, our meticulously designed and researched cards save you countless hours by bringing together all the information you need to master Japanese kanji in a convenient flashcard format to make study and drills as efficient as possible. Each White Rabbit Press kanji flashcard includes six commonly used kanji compounds -- that's more than any other product -- because we believe that the essence of a kanji is best grasped by understanding the meanings it forms when combined with other characters. Our cards also include the kanji's on and kun readings, stroke order diagrams, look-alike kanji, the reading of each example word in kana scripts with definitions in English, and more. Additionally, White Rabbit Press kanji cards are the only kanji cards on the market that provide complete preparation for the kanji portion of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT). Quality Construction Cards are poker-size, 3.5" x 2.5" (8.89 cm x 6.35 cm), printed on UV coated card stock with rounded-corners for increased durability. Color-Coded 739 JLPT Level 2 cards printed in purple ink Includes a Complete Index A consolidated yomi and stroke order index is included which covers all the cards in both Volume 1 and 2 flashcard sets. Box: Dimensions (in inches) 8.25 x 6 x 2.75 Weight: About 3 pounds. Click here for more details about these study cards. New lower price!
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  • Kanji Practice Flashcards Vol. 3 - For Level N1 Test   White Rabbit
    Mastering Japanese kanji is essential to success in learning the Japanese language. Learning kanji is not only important to be able to read and write the Japanese language, but it is also important in order to proceed to advance levels of study. The reason why is that you will have great difficultly finding upper level textbooks and other courseware that continue to use romaji and kana to indicate the readings of kanji. White Rabbit Press' top-selling Japanese Kanji Flashcards have helped thousands of Japanese language learners, in as many as 23 countries, master Japanese kanji. For just a few cents per card, our meticulously designed and researched cards save you countless hours by bringing together all the information you need to master Japanese kanji in a convenient flashcard format to make study and drills as efficient as possible. Each White Rabbit Press kanji flashcard includes six commonly used kanji compounds -- that's more than any other product -- because we believe that the essence of a kanji is best grasped by understanding the meanings it forms when combined with other characters. Our cards also include the kanji's on and kun readings, stroke order diagrams, look-alike kanji, the reading of each example word in kana scripts with definitions in English, and more. Additionally, White Rabbit Press kanji cards are the only kanji cards on the market that provide complete preparation for the kanji portion of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT). Quality Construction Cards are poker-size, 3.5" x 2.5" (8.89 cm x 6.35 cm), printed on UV coated card stock with rounded-corners for increased durability. Color-Coded 903 Level N1 cards printed in purple ink A consolidated yomi and stroke order index is included which covers all the cards in both Volume 1 and 2 flashcard sets. Box: Dimensions (in inches) 8.25 x 6 x 2.75
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  • Kanji Practice Flashcards vol.1 version 2 - Level 4 & 3   White Rabbit
    A great new tool for anyone aspiring to study Japanese, this is a totally revised and updated set of high-quality laminated study cards that feature all the kanji you need to master for the Japanese Proficiency Test, levels 3 & 4, the first two levels that students of Japanese should attempt. A meticulously researched set of die-cut cards, you get 103 introductory and 181 intermediate cards. The double-sided flashcards each feature 6 kanji compound words for more than 1700 vocabulary words, all readings for each kanji, and a writing guide to allow to you learn to write each kanji in the correct stroke order. The cards are printed on 12 point Caroline card stock with rounded corners for increased durability, and cards for the different study levels are color coded -- dark green for level 4, dark blue for level 3. Importantly, all Japanese words are written in hiragana and katakana, without any romanized Japanese words -- the recommended way to master reading Japanese. The cards also come with a high-quality reference card for hiragana and katakana and an index. Comes with high-quality two-part box with plastic tray, that allows you to separate the sets of cards. This new set has been updated, with improved card designs and a thicker, baked-on UV finish for longer life, the addition of radicals on kanji cards, and other improvements. This is the third revised edition, by White Rabbit. Great for studying the JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test).
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  • Genki I (Second Edition) Textbook   An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese 1 Textbook
    One of the questions we get asked at J-List a lot is, "I want to start learning Japanese, what book do you recommend?" Most textbooks are entirely dry, uninteresting, and cannot follow a student's pace, leaving students frustrated. However, a new series by The Japan Times has recently taken Japanese language for foreigners by storm, and comes highly recommended by anyone who has taken it -- Genki, An Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese. The entire course has 23 lessons, guiding the student from the beginning until the student has mastered elementary grammar and can read not only hiragana and katakana but over 300 of the most commonly used kanji as well.Each lesson has: 1) a dialogue introducing vocabulary and grammar in a situation the student may find familiar; 2) a list of the vocabulary with hiragana, katakana, kanji and English meaning; 3) grammar with full explanations in English; 4) interesting usage notes; 5) several pages of practice questions designed to be fun and interesting incorporating dialogue skills, writing skills, and thinking skills; 6) additional vocabulary. Each lesson also has a complementary lesson in hiragana/katakana/kanji, with reading and writing exercises. The separate workbook has more writing exercises and kanji writing practice. This is simply the recommended textbook for anyone beginning Japanese up to 3rd level in the JLPT.THIS BOOK: This book is textbook I (Second Edition), starting from no knowledge to knowing hiragana, katakana and the first 145 kanji. Romanization of Japanese is used in the first two lessons to help students unfamiliar with hiragana and katakana, but soon tries to ween the student off romanization. Has Lessons 1 - 12 and follows the structure as written above. Indexes are in the back as well as tables for numbers, counters, hiragana/katakana chart, map of Japan and verb conjugations. 7" x 10" (18 x 25.5 cm) 382 pages, perfect bound. A CD teaching guide in MP3 format (not available in the previous edition) is included and also features updated expressions used in Japan's modern society, easier to follow grammar explanations and new columns on Japanese culture and life .The Genki Integrated Course in Elementary Japanese Series:Genki I (Lessons #1‾12): Textbook - Companion Workbook - Genki II (Lessons #13‾23): Textbook - Companion Workbook - Click here to see all the items we carry from the Genki Integrated Japanese series. A great bilingual textbook for studying the JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test).
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