Japanese at Your Library | 図書館の日本語
Hello! こんにちは！ Did you know that there are four branches that carry Japanese materials at the Toronto Public Library? With thousands of books, CDs, DVDs and magazines to choose from, make the Toronto Public Library the first place you visit if you want to read Japanese books, learn Japanese or watch a Japanese movie. Welcome to Japanese at your library!
Did you know the Toronto Japanese Film Festival is happening this month? It runs from June 8 to 28 and will be a great showcase of Japanese talent in film. Why not start with some Japanese films from the library?
Have you used Mango Languages? Mango Languages is a language learning tool that has many languages to choose from, including Japanese. It is helpful for learning English, too. Why not give it a try? なぜそれを試してみませんか? There are other ways the library can help you learn English. Browse the New to Canada section of our website for more information. Here are some books you can use to help you learn Japanese:
Don't have a library card yet? Don’t worry, it’s easy! Simply bring a piece of valid and current name and address identification to your local branch and we can help you get a card.
From programs, to books, movies and more, the Toronto Public Library's Japanese Collection is here waiting for you. Come and check it out! 是非チェックしてください！