Warning! There are errors in this corpus. Please read the Warning about using the Tanaka Corpus.
Briefly, not only are there errors, but there are sentences that sound a bit unnatural. Some sentences sound strange in Japanese, others sound strange in English.
These are various ways that you can search the Tanaka Corpus.
TOP: A. Kojiro
Advantage: You can veiw all entries found.
Disadvantage: It may not be as up-to-date as Jim Breen's. Also, Jim's is better if you need the [T]ext reading help.
MIDDLE: J. Breen
Advantage: It will always use the latest update of the data. It has the [T]ext reading help.
Disadvantage: You can only see up to 100 found items, though that is usually enough.
BOTTOM: Trang & Sysko
Advantage: Automatically generated Hiragana, which is usually correct, so even if you don't read kanji very well, you can easily read the Japanese.