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Travel Tips, Language Tips & Links


This section of the site is a work in progress. Suggestions or ideas for additions here are welcome; feel free to click on the 'Comments' link.

Nihongo on the Web

Travel Tips for Those Interested in Going Back to Japan
> General Japan Travel Tips
> JR Rail Pass, Reserved Seats, Airport-JR Train Navigation
> Train Schedules, Miscellaneous Train Tips

Links:
Hymns (Kanji)
Grant's Legacy A Yahoo-group where the Church in Japan is discussed. RMs and some Japanese members participate in English and Ro-maji. Some interesting topics are discussed, but sometimes many months go by without any activity. Past topics and threads may be interesting to some.
LDS.org's mp3 audio files of LDS Scriptures (Japanese) - thanks to Casey Kennington who let us know about this.

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