Convert Kanji (漢字) and Websites to Romaji or Hiragana (and translate Japanese to
A resource for studying Japanese and kanji, improving vocabulary or reading manga &
With most nihongo (日本語), the translator has an accuracy rate of over 99%.
For the price of a couple of coffees please support the site and get full length (30,000+ characters) translations + no ads by
donating to the site by using Paypal
The future of the site
I've added (or will shortly add) new features such as history, starring vocabulary items, writing
notes, substituting translations etc. and these will need a login. Additionally, the parser is
more accurate, some words have usage notes, and I'll be adding Japanese lessons etc.
In short, with the majority of users using adBlockers (which I understand) the running costs,
which are substantial, are no longer covered by the ads. Also, there are issues with robots
sending huge numbers of translation requests which a login system will prevent. In simple terms,
it meant last year I was paying out of pocket to keep the site running!
No more ads for most users
Ads aren't a good experience anyway, so they are permanently removed for
users who donate.
As the site is now mobile friendly, there is no need to have an app (although I may make one in
the future). So essentially, it works like an app.
I'm committed to continually improving the site, and will continue to add new features such as
speaking practice, example sentences, flash cards, grammar lessons, etc.
Thank you for your understanding,
PS: The old parser is now permanently closed.
This shows the yellow rollover with the short definition and reading.
When you click the word, the longer definition appears.
You may prefer to choose one or the other.
You may prefer to turn off the pop option.
Main Option & Simple (roll + pop)
These are essentially the same. The main option outputs the words with the reading and meanings
above and below, while the simple reading just shows the romaji (or kana). You can toggle these
options anyway, but this saves a click or two if you regularly use one or the other.
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