This server looks up short Japanese terms in the Kyoto/Melbourne N-gram Corpus
and returns the counts of their occurrences.
The n-gram corpus has been built by Jim Breen from a set of 500 million
Japanese sentences collected
from WWW pages in 2004 by Daisuke Kawahara and Sadao Kurohashi at the
Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University.
Enter Japanese Terms (space/comma/semi-colon/period/ASCII character-separated):
Check to get the most common 10 terms ( 100 terms) starting with the first term, in frequency order.
in lexical block order.
in lexical tree order.
only show suffixes starting with kanji.
show n-gram details.
Check to get counts for the term with な, の, に, する, etc. appended:
and with な, の, に, する, etc. prepended.
Check to get raw ngram counts for the first 100 matches.