Nippon VoiceBlog is a simple blog of Japan-related audio files, each accompanied by a script. It is actually a dead blog, or rather, a comatose one - the last entry is dated March 2006 - but the 10 or so entries it does have make a good source for an intermediate learner of Japanese. The narrator's voice is clear and easy to follow, and having the script makes it a simple matter to identify words your ears fail to recognise. Here's an example of the text from the entry GEISHA and MAIKO :
Like I said - not a huge amount of material, but a decent few hours of learning joy. Other topics include:
This blog is built on the back of the Voiceblog.jp platform which has a wide variety of excellent audio material which I will review in the coming weeks.
And BTW "tohu" is the spelling as per the blog - it is of course tofu in disguise.