Hiragana Times is a magazine that is designed for students of Japanese. The articles are written in Japanese, but the text has been modified to be slightly easier for students to read. The kanji characters are all given furigana so students can look up the meaning of the words easily. The magazine covers topics that are relevant to life in Japan, so they could potentially be used in the classroom when talking about Japanese culture.
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