I look forward to that day.
So, more audio, as if you couldn't just vomit some kanji into the YouTube search bar and find a shitton of it yourself:http://fantajikan.com/lineup/eizo/index.html
Simple stories with pictures.http://japanese.about.com/od/japanesechildrensbooks/Japanese_Childrens_Books.htm
A few stories, this time with transcriptions and vocab.http://www.fnn-news.com/
News with transcriptions.
Do you even how great that is.
No, you don't.http://marimoeo.seesaa.net/
Three Girls One Podcast
Each video is usually 20+ mins, fantastic as background listening. I play them on a speaker by my window and pretend they're talking outside my house because then it feels like I'm actually in Japan.http://how-to-learn-any-language.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=6241&PN=1&TPN=1
Tons of audiobooks. I can't remember whether or not the links were good, sorry if they're all dead.
Has more links to more audio at the bottom of the first post.http://kanji.sljfaq.org/
Handwritten kanji search. I used this before I found out about Jisho. This is probably slightly better practice.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_phonology
If you're anything like me, listening to some say "You make the Japanese r by saying ruduruduruduru" or whatever the fuck NEVER EVER EVER EVER EVER helps. Because it's dumb and inexact and vague and USELESS.
Learn the IPA for English, or for whatever your native language is, and then work from there to Japanese.
For instance, if you speak (American) English, congrats, you can say the Japanese r everyone is apparently having so much trouble with. It's an alveolar fucking tap, the "tt" in "buddy" or "letter". So think "tta" instead of "ra", and you're miles ahead of all those rudurudurudu idiots.
Seriously though, just browsing Wikipedia clicking on whatever looks interesting is totally valid study.http://jgram.org/index.php
You probably want to save this until you're at least familiar with all the basic verb conjugations and particles and such. Fantastic, but not for absolute beginners.http://www.hikarinoakariost.com/
Lots of Japanese music for those of you too poor to buy it and too scared to pirate it.
And if it works, KeyHole TV is just super. 24/7 Japanese TV, a bunch of channels, etc. Download it and try.
And that's about everything of substance I have.