Ended Operation in 2008
JapaneseWordOfTheDay.com featured a new Japanese word every day with definition, romanization, and an interactive sentence example. In 2008, another developer came along and made me an offer I couldn't refuse to purchase the domain name. The original site still remains online at furilyrics.com although it is no longer updated.
The interactive sentence examples allow users to click words written in
kanji characters to reveal their easier to learn kana representations. The
sentence is written in a simple syntax to encode both representations.
PHP code parses this simple syntax and "automagically" generates the HTML
The site featured a dynamically generated image of the word, displayed
in a homemade handwritten font called Mikachan.