East Asian Languages
by FontLab is the only commercially available two-byte font editor - for large Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese and Unicode fonts. It can handle fonts with up to 65,536 characters.
Global Input Method Editor (IME)
by Microsoft which allows computer users to enter complex characters and symbols such as Chinese, Japanese and Korean characters using a standard keyboard.
Japanese-Online offers a free online dictionary, Japanese lessons, discussion forum, and useful links.
Makers of Japanese and Chinese Word Processors, NJWIN CJK Viewer (display and print Chinese, Japanese, and Korean characters in normal Windows programs), Communicator (read and write CJK characters in normal English programs) and Asian Explorer (A FREE web browser like Microsoft Internet Explorer, but specially designed for surfing Chinese/Japanese/Korean (CJK) web sites).
TwinBridge offers multi-lingual software products to facilitate Asian language usage (Chinese, Japanese, and Korean) in Windows applications and on the Internet.