Denshi Jisho

Denshi Jisho is a web-based Japanese dictionary with word, kanji and sentence databases drawn from the WWWJDIC project. The site has a simple, clean design, but beyond that it also has a number of helpful features which make it more than just a pretty interface for Jim Breen’s dictionaries.
1. search results also link to Example Sentences, Kanji Details, Goo Jisho, Yahoo Jisho, Google, Google Image, JeKai, JGram, Wiktionary and Japanese Wikipedia.
2. When you hover over search results a big, juicy magnified version appears, making it easier to read.
3. In the event your search returns no result, Denshi Jisho refers you to other dictionaries.
4. A “search by radical” function that is faster than the WWWJDIC server.
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