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Recommend some Japanese language books or instructional CDs.

I like this book call "Total Japanese" by Bonjinsha publication, ISBN4-89358-288-7. it has 4 books covering different areas of study but I think just 1 of the book is good, which is the Grammar and Conversation Notes. It will provide you a very detailed and solid foundation on your grammar.
 
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I like this book call "Total Japanese" by Bonjinsha publication, ISBN4-89358-288-7. it has 4 books covering different areas of study but I think just 1 of the book is good, which is the Grammar and Conversation Notes. It will provide you a very detailed and solid foundation on your grammar.

Thanks for the recommendation. Unfortunately I wasn't able to find it on any sites like amazon or bn.com. Is the book out of print?
 
Thanks! How am I supposed to order those books? The site is mostly in Japanese!
 
Yea, although it can be bought from US, the site is in Japanese. How ironic. As I search through google, quite a number of tertiary institution has this book too. Perhaps you can find it in the university's library?
 
Basic Connections: Making Your Japanese Flow (Kodansha, ISBN4-7700-2860-1, 1800円)
Japanese for Everyone, published by Gakken
A Dictionary of Basic Japanese Grammar and A Dictionary of Intermediate Japanese Grammar from Kodansha's Power Japanese
A Dictionary of Japanese Particles by Sue Kawashima
 
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