Jisho is a powerful Japanese-English dictionary. It lets you find words, kanji, example sentences and more quickly and easily. Enter any Japanese text or English word in the search box and Jisho will search a myriad of data for you.
The Yamasa Institute; The Yamasa Institute - オンライン日本語学習 - Online Kanji Dictionary; Online Kanji Dictionary
Kanji Dictionary. search using any combination of Japanese, English, rōmaji or kana; combine multiple readings or readings and meanings for more accurate results, e.g. ken miru or ken ticket use wildcards: * (asterisk) for zero or more characters, _ (underscore) for exactly one character (wildcards work only on kanji readings but you can use them with rōmaji)
Tangorin is an online Japanese-English dictionary with example sentences and many features to help you learn the Japanese language. Search with English and/or Japanese, kana, kanji, or rōmaji. Use wildcards: _ for one character, * for zero or more. Select a dictionary to see the full list of search options.
JapanDict is a Japanese dictionary maintained by a group of enthusiasts in the Japanese culture and the Japanese language. After not finding any online Japanese dictionary that fulfilled our needs, we decided to start a fresh alternative to the already oversaturated offer available on the internet.
RomajiDesu Kanji Dictionary Kanji Advanced Search is a simple and elegant and yet powerful tool of RomajiDesu's Kanji Dictionary. You can use methods for looking up Kanji characters using a single form input as description below.
OCJS Online Japanese Dictionary. Welcome to the Yamasa's OCJS Online Dictionary. This dictionary is published in English, Chinese (Traditional), Spanish, Korean, German and Czech and includes both a word dictionary and a Kanji dictionary in an online database.
Search using romanized Japanese Hint: a second word (case sensitive) after the keyword will limit the search to entries containing the second word. Options: Restrict to common words [EDICT only] Require exact word-match (English keys) Limit matching to the start of words (kanji keys only)
Handwritten kanji recognition. Draw a kanji in the box with the mouse. The computer will try to recognize it. Be careful about drawing strokes in the correct order and direction.
These files are the property of the Electronic Dictionary Research and Development Group, and are used in conformance with the Group's licence. Example sentences come from the Tatoeba project and are licensed under Creative Commons CC-BY. Audio files are graciously provided by Tofugu’s excellent kanji learning site WaniKani.