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Version 1.0

Free Japanese Word Processing Software


What is J-Text? 
Communicating in Japanese on your computer just got a bit easier due to the introduction of J-Text.  Now you can effortlessly edit, print, e-mail, communicate, and learn Japanese with this powerful Japanese word processor from NeocorTech.  It comes complete with a Japanese editor (FEP), Japanese text display technology, and everything else necessary to edit Japanese on your PC.

J-Text also comes with some great learning features for those of you trying to improve your knowledge of this intricate language.  J-Text features a complete set of Hiragana and Katakana tables for quickly locating kana.  Also with the KanjiReader add-on, you can highlight a Kanji character and quickly view the Hiragana, Katakana, or Romaji reading in addition to a one-word English translation of the Kanji. 

Who can use J-Text?
Anyone wanting to communicate in Japanese while keeping their standard English Windows 95 / NT.  Businessmen sending correspondences to Japan.  Exchange students living with a host family.  Military men and women serving in Asia.   Japanese living and working here in America.  Almost anywhere there is a need to send and receive Japanese, J-Text provides the perfect solution.  

What software do I need?

J-Text runs on any version of Windows 95 or Windows NT.  Simple as that!  No extra "fix-up" or double-byte enabling software required.  In fact, J-Text even comes complete with its own Japanese bit-map font!

J-Text Screenshot

Click here to read J-Text v1.0 Press Release

J-Text v 1.0 Main Features

  • Front End Processor - Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji editing
  • Doesn’t need Japanese windows or "enabling" software
  • Send and view Japanese email.
  • KanjiReader
  • Kanji search system
  • Japanese bit-map font included (True-Type font capability)
  • View Japanese text documents
  • Enhanced editor settings
  • Import and export text in standard Japanese formats
    (JIS, Shift-Jis, EUC, & Unicode)
  • Word Wrap


Front End Processor
Neocor's FEP allows you to enter Japanese characters into the document using a standard English keyboard. Through the FEP, you can enter Hiragana, Katakana, or Kanji into J-Text.

Japanese Email
Using J-Text, you can send Japanese email. As long as your current email service is POP3 compliant, Tsunami will send both English and Japanese versions of your text.

Kanji Search System
The kanji search system allows the user to input characters that from other documents by visually identifying the Kanji. By identifying parts of the Kanji or by stroke count, the Kanji search system will give you the Kanji that fits those parameters.

True-Type Font Capability
Tsunami Notebook is capable of using Japanese True-Type fonts. If you have Microsoft’s Japanese language extension pack, then you can use Microsoft’s Japanese font with Tsunami Notebook for nice, clear fonts. Or, you can purchase an optional font pack directly through NeocorTech.

The KanjiReader allows you to look up the different pronunciations of specific Kanji by double clicking on them. The KanjiReader will give alternate Romaji, Hiragana, and Katakana readings.

System Requirements

  • Windows 95 or Windows NT
  • 8 MB RAM
  • 10 MB hard disk space

J-Text Add-ons

  • KanjiReader (free)
  • Optional Dictionaries (free)
  • NeocorTech optional Font Pack (nominal cost)

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