Japanese$B"N(JEnglish Dictionary - Gateway
Welcome to Jeffrey's Japanese$B"N(JEnglish Dictionary Server.
This is merely the gateway to the main dictionary page.
- This page is available in Japanese
This server has a mirror in
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.
There's an experimental mirror in
Redwood City, California, USA.
This server uses dictionary data provided by the Electronic Dictionary Research and Development Group under the terms of
News: Always check out the Change notes
for news and changes.
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encoding method. If that's OK (if you can read ``$B#T#H#I#S(J'', it
probably is), you can just continue along to the main dictionary
page. However, if you need to change your method, read on.
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Before you can access the dictionary, you have to tell me how you can view
Japanese text with your browser.
If it happens to have Japanese support built in, you can get ``raw''
Japanese via several encoding methods.
If your browser doesn't support Japanese, or if you think it might
if only you had the proper fonts, check the lower parts of
Otherwise, you'll have to make due with the (much slower) "image method"
(if you have a graphical browser -- there is text-only support
If you're not sure if you have built in support or not, try viewing these
samples of each encoding.
Choose from the following
to enter the dictionary server system. Once you're there, you can customize
all kinds of things to your liking, perhaps saving the resulting link so that
you don't have to go through this gateway in the future.
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If your current browser doesn't support Japanese, you might be interested in
web browsers that do, such as Mozilla or Firefox.
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