Beri- Beri- Shoshinsha for Absolute Beginners of Japanese [Digital Download]

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A Digital Toolkit for (very) Beginners of Japanese with MP3 Sound Files of all the Japanese

Are you struggling with hiragana? Know all the kana but need to improve your reading comprehension? Our Beri- Beri- Shoshinsha beginner's bundle of digital books and resources will not only help you with those but also Japanese grammar, vocabulary, kanji, and listening comprehension.


If you have never studied a lick of Japanese, this is for you. If you feel like you are an "eternal beginner," this is for you. If you are studying for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) N5, this bundle is also for you.


Get 13 ebooks and resource packs for one low price and all with sound files.  One-time fee AND you get free updates and additional ebooks as we add them.


In fact, if you were to buy all these resources on Amazon or elsewhere, it would cost $42.42-and that's not even including material exclusive to this bundle!


  1. Introduction to Japanese [Exclusive to this bundle]
  2. Hiragana, the Basics of Japanese *
  3. Hiragana Worksheets [Exclusive to this bundle]
  4. Katakana, the Basics of Japanese
  5. 100 Grammar Points
  6. 100 Essential Kanji 
  7. Inazuma 1: About Japanese Pronouns
  8. Frank & the Obaasan [a beginning reader]
  9. 101 Japanese Set Phrases & Power Words
  10. Hiragana Readers Yondemiyo hiragana and N5 kanji readers [16 are available now--many more to come soon!]
  11. Makoto #1*
  12. Makoto #19*
  13. Japanese Sentences: Beginning Phrases

     * All of the above are exclusive to this bundle except the two Makoto issues (which are also found in the Makoto value bundles Volume 1 and Volume 4) and The Hiragana, the Basics of Japanese book (which is also in our Japanese Reader Collection Bundle). All other titles and worksheets are only found in this bundle.


    All titles include MP3 sound files!


    For beginners of Japanese--even (especially) those just starting out



    The name is a play on two English words plus the Japanese word for “beginner”. ベリー beri- sounds like “very” and “berry” and 初心者 shoshinsha means “beginner” in Japanese (see the breakdown of that word below). 
    So, ベリーベリー初心者  (beri- beri- shoshinsha)  can mean “very very beginners” or “berry berry beginners.” The name isn’t particularly meaningful, but it is cute and we like it. :)


    Buy this bundle now and get ALL future volumes in this series FREE


    Not a beginner? Check out our Japanese Reader Collection

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 92 reviews
    So much information

    I love how much information and practical exercises that came with this bundle.


    Very complete and informative. It's a great place to start

    Perfect material

    Better than I expected.

    Perfect for starting again!

    Last year I was in Japan for 4 weeks and was at a language school called EF. It was a great experience and I learned quite a bit. Sadly I couldn't keep up the learning due to work and not knowing where to continue. I stumbled across these "Learning Japanese"-Books and I thought to myself: 'Let's give it a try!', and I am glad I did. It was in perfect order and had really good examples and explanations.
    Now I really want to support the authors of these "Learning Japanese" books and I am going to keep learning with their books!
    THANK YOU!!!

    Fun to learn

    It want be easy but is fun to learn it i start from zero so i love beri beri