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Want to buy electronic dictionary 2009/11/7 22:13
Tokyo 23-ku
I am looking for a Casio EX-WORD SP7500, a kanji trainer and electronic dictionary for spanish-japanese. I will be in Tokyo next week so I want to purchase one.

Can somebody help me with this? where can I find one?
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Electornic Shops 2009/11/8 09:27
You can find some at stores such as Bic Camera, Yodobashi Camera, and Yamada Denki (Labi). They're located many areas, for example, Shinjuku, Shibuya, Yurakucho, Akihabara.
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thanks! 2009/11/18 17:33
thanks for your response. My new problem is that as far as I am a newbie japanese student, obviously I dont understand japanese - kanji and I cant find a dictionary with english menu... does anyone know any model with english menu?
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Wordtank 2009/11/24 16:09
As far as I know, the only e-dictionaries that have English menus are the Canon Wordtanks. However, none has direct kanji input, you have to search for kanji through radicals &/or stroke numbers.
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Ex-word 2009/11/25 19:41
I have also an Ex-word dictionary. In the beginning I couldn't use it properly as well but after some weeks I understood how to use it much more and became really satisfied. I won't remember the day when I found out ジャンプ function. Before I was really unhappy because when looking for a word (English-Japanese) it was showing me kanjis but I didn't know their reading. Now I can look for whatever I need :-)
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