I just wanted to add a list of my discoveries in the world of Iphone/Kindle, and other media. If names are given in English– If you have your iPhone set to Japanese, the language of the game will be in Japanese. All are free unless otherwise said.
- You grow mushrooms. A really easy straight forward game.I believe there’s a market to improve your equipment.
- Your Japanese skills need to be a little more advanced for this one. This is similar to brain age in the respect that it’s there to sharpen your reaction time and mental play.
- (Hungry Mogumon) You play around with a Mogumon by feeding and breeding. Still figuring out the gameplay!
- Learn Japanese Geography with a drag and drop map timed puzzle!
- Koehon, Japanese children picture books. There are some free books, you can buy more, however. Natives read the book to you, Kana can be displayed but you must manually follow along. Other options include recording yourself reading and play it back.
- You harvest crops and buy land in Japan.
- I prefer this over sursu/anki because I can play it as long as I want. I prefer to DRILL kana/katakana in the morning before class and after class during my breaks. Anki just doesn’t allow me to do this easily. I also, for whatever reason, cannot input audio into my Anki. RTK has audio! Learned my Kana and Kanji.
- Browser form of simple flash cards. You can pick and choose with species (column) and alphabet (Hiragana or Katakana)
- Like me and don’t know much kanji? Convert your books, songs, and likewise into Kana!
- I can look up kanji by radicals from games and other places that I can’t copy and paste.
- Bonnie Pink
- Chiaki Ishikawa
- Eiko Shimamiya
- Inoue Joe
- Kou Shibasaki
- Konishi Kayo and Kondoo Yukio
- Orange Range
- Rei Harakami
- Tokyo Nights
- Tskiko Amano
- Kyary pamyu pamyu
- Miku and the other vocaloids (if you can count them)
- Naruto and Naruto Shippuden
- Hunter x Hunter
- 5 cm per second
- Every day Kaasan
- Deka Kurokawa Suzuki
- detective Fffice 5
- Secret Agent Erika.
- Mr. Brain
- Spirited away.