Languages › Japanese Free Japanese Audio Files Share Flipboard Email Print B.S.P.I. / Getty Images Japanese Essential Japanese Vocabulary History & Culture Japanese Grammar By Namiko Abe Japanese Language Expert B.A., Kwansei Gakuin University Namiko Abe is a Japanese language teacher and translator, as well as a Japanese calligraphy expert. She has been a freelance writer for nearly 20 years. our editorial process Namiko Abe Updated February 25, 2020 Listening to these free Japanese audio files is good practice for your pronunciation. Use them on a regular basis to improve your speech. Basic Sounds Hiragana Katakana Vocabulary Animals Body Calendar Colors Dates Family Food Greetings Location Numbers On the phone Rooms Time Useful expressions Weather Useful Adjectives Useful Adverbs Travel Introducing People How to Order Tea Japanese Audio Dictionary Basic Lessons (Vocabulary and Expressions) Introducing People More: Greetings for Special Occasions (1) 50 Popular Kanji (1) Kanji Land Word of the Day Greetings for Special Occasions (2) Where Do I Begin? Cite this Article Format mla apa chicago Your Citation Abe, Namiko. "Free Japanese Audio Files." ThoughtCo, Feb. 16, 2021, thoughtco.com/japanese-audio-files-4077396. Abe, Namiko. (2021, February 16). Free Japanese Audio Files. Retrieved from https://www.thoughtco.com/japanese-audio-files-4077396 Abe, Namiko. "Free Japanese Audio Files." ThoughtCo. https://www.thoughtco.com/japanese-audio-files-4077396 (accessed July 26, 2021). copy citation How to Pronounce Hiragana - Japanese Hiragana With Audio Files Japanese Lessons: Grammar, Vocabulary, Culture What Does Konnichiwa Mean in Japanese? Useful Japanese Expressions Japanese Greetings and Parting Phrases Learn Japanese Animal Vocabulary Dewa mata suguni ne - Simple Japanese Phrases 50 Popular Kanji - Ryuu The Meaning of the Japanese Word Konbanwa Vegetables in Japanese Vocabulary How to Say Happy New Year in Japanese Japanese for Beginners Learn to Say Good Morning (Ohayou) in Japanese How to Say the Months, Days, and Seasons in Japanese Japanese Writing for Beginners Learn the Japanese Phrase 'Ki o Tsukete'