News and notes about Denshi Jisho. By Kim Ahlström.


10 Responses to “About”

  1. Laura Says:

    Hey Kim, I just wanted to drop a note and thank you for creating and maintaining this. My whole japanese class has fallen in love with the Denshi Jisho :)

  2. Kim Says:

    Thanks, glad you like it :)

  3. anon Says:

    Heyyy just wanna let you know that Im utilising your site too.. it;s great to find a site that allows hiragana input, with plain forms as well as exmaple sentences and doesnt give weird answers like bablefish.. thanks so much!

  4. zoeb Says:

    The Denshi Jisho is simply superb. For someone like me, who is learning Kanji on his own, this is no less than an boon.

    Thank u very much, pray u’ll be showered with peace and prosperity.

  5. CandyCandy Says:

    This site is saving my life in Japan…thank you for all the work you put in.
    That’s all :-)

  6. steve smith Says:

    Hi. Love your tool and use it frequently.

    I stumbled on a problem. I’m searching for 億 and over-defined my search using the character to the right of 人, 立, and 日. The web interface shows 心 and 音 still available but says that ‘0’ kanji fit my selection.

    Again — I love the tool but thought you’d want to know about this.

  7. Luísa Says:

    Hey, Kim!
    Thank you for creating and maintaining this tool for all of us! I’m a Japanese language student and I use it frequently. I just wanted to know which system of romanization is being used in this dictionary. Is it indicated anywhere on the Denshi Jisho page?
    Thanks again!

  8. Jbullfrog Says:

    Thanks for creating this site. This has been a god-send for someone like myself who is independently studying kanji.

    This blows all other online Japanese dictionaries out of the water.

    Two recommendations:
    1) Add pronunciation
    2) Add hirigana along with the example sentences

  9. Herro Says:

    This is an awesome tool! I’ve never seen any dictionary site so thorough and resourceful.

  10. dave Says:

    is this blog even used anymore??

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