WP Furigana is a little WordPress plugin that makes it a little easier to add Furigana (a Japanese reading aid of smaller kana printed next to a kanji). You can see how it works below. 現在げんざいは炭酸たんさんの清涼感せいりょうかんとホップの苦みにがみを特徴とくちょうとするラガー、特にピルスナーが主流しゅりゅうとなっているが、ラガーはビールの歴史れきしの中では比較的新参ひかくてきしんざんであり、ラガー以外いがいにもエールなどのさまざまな種類しゅるいのビールが世界せかいで飲まれている。 It utilizes the HTML ruby tag which is widely supported, but includes a few improvements for certain browsers. Additionally, […]
So you’ve joined Google+. You don’t know who to add to your circle. How about the most popular members of AKB48, SKE48, NMB48 and now HKT48?
On Google+? No one to add to your circles? How about a couple of members from AKB48, SKE48 and NMB48?
I’ve previously introduced you to Furigana Injector, an nifty little plugin available for Firefox and Chrome users that lets you add furigana to content on the web with just one click.
jetdaisuke is a Japanese YouTuber who, amongst many things, does reviews of electronics, gadgets, beer and all kinds of eatables.
As you may have noticed, in the last design update of this blog, I added a category for Japanese web design. This category has been rather popular and it’s probably my favorite category so far. So because of that, I decided to actually create a new website, a web design showcase.
The alternative is a very simple solution and all you have to do is change a few settings, because if you’re on a Mac, you already have what you need.
Many bloggers, especially those who like to be a bit more personal, like to mess around with their sidebar(s) by adding all kinds of widgets. But good widgets are hard to come by these days and many end up using the same ones. So if your blog is in some way related to Japan or […]
I’ve previously mentioned both Bijin-Tokei and Bijo Linux, and now there’s another similar app called Bijin-Tenki made by the same developers as Bijin-Tokei (DWANGO). Bijin-Tenki is available for iPhones and Docomo, au and Softbank phones and simply put, it’ll give you a much more interesting weather report than the built-in weather apps. And for those […]
When I started studying IT Communication and Computer Security in high school, I was forced into using a bag, every day. I was never much of a bag person, but in recent years they’ve grown on me. For the past 3-4 years or so, I’ve used side bags rather than the traditional backpack. But just […]