Japanese DVDs - Japanese Films and DVDs for learning Japanese

Japanese DVDs - Japanese Films and DVDs for learning Japanese

These Japanese dvds are both for young children learning Japanese and Japanese films - all for region 1 for the U.S. and Canada. The Japanese movies have optional English subtitles.

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  • Bilingual Baby Japanese DVD Volume 5

    Total immersion method to teach your child Japanese.
  • Little Pim Japanese

    Little Pim is a 3 disc introduction to over 180 Japanese vocabulary words and phrases.
  • Sesame Street - Elmo's Magic Cookbook

    In your choice of Chinese, Japanese or Spanish.
  • Kiki's Delivery Service DVD

    1989 Japanese animated film directed by Hayao Miyazaki.
  • Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind

    Japanese animated film on dvd
  • Appleseed DVD

    1988 Japanese animated film directed by Kazuyashi Katayama
  • Dagger of Kamui (Kamui no ken) DVD

    Beautifully animated Japanese film.
  • In the Realm of Passion DVD

    Erotic and metaphysical ghost story
  • Kwaidan DVD

    An anthology of ghost stories adapted from books by Lafcadio Hearn
  • Rhapsody in August DVD

    Kurosawa looks back on the bombing of Nagasaki during World War II through the eyes of four Japanese youngsters.
  • Riding Bean DVD

    Japanese animation. Amusing tale set in Chicago and involving a special courier named Bean
  • Ringu DVD

    A grainy, enigmatic videotape has the power to kill people seven days after they watch it.
  • Seven Samurais DVD

    7 swordsman come to the aid of a besieged peasant villager.
  • Spirited Away DVD

    Winner of the Academy Award for Best Animated Picture of 2002
  • The Hidden Fortress

    This film deals with a strong-willed princess and her wise, sword-wielding protector.
  • Throne of Blood DVD

    1957 Japanese film directed by Akira Kurosawa

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