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January 11, 2008



Actually, 「媛」 *is* part of the Joyo kanji, and it is taught in grade 9.


You sure you want to call an Ehime person out on that kanji? :-)

By all means provide a link or reference to back up what you say.


Abiola, I think you're thinking of the other "hime" (姫, not 媛).

Joe (Ex-Ehimean)

Ironically the 47 prefecture system is on the way out anyway. By the time everyone starts learning how to write 媛, the place may well be part of 四国州 or something.

Penerjemah Mitra Indonesia

Joyo kanjiと言うのは何?

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