on 29 July 2009
I was highly recommended this book, so I bought it.
It contains a clear listing of the particles used in modern Japanese (in alphabetical order). Each entry explains briefly the uses of the particle, with examples, and if necessary, it compares it to easily confused particles.
Examples are displayed in Japanese (with furigana) and romanized letters, and an English translation is also provided. I would have liked no romanization at all, but this dictionary tries to be useful to any student of Japanese, at any level. In my view, the romanized letters are too big, and makes the text less clear than expected.
It also includes exercises to practice the usage of the different particles, with key.
In any case, this book is a great reference.