A location in Japanese for Busy People.
Information about a kanji.
A kanji classification using the Four Corner system. http://www.edrdg.org/wwwjdic/FOURCORNER.html
A kunyomi kanji reading.
A kuten representation of a JIS X 0213 character. http://unicode-iphone.blogspot.com/2010/05/kuten-code-to-unicode.html
A possible misclassification of the kanji
An entry in the dictionary Daikanwajiten.
An index into the Japanese Names reference book
A kanji classification based on its radical.
Descriptor code for The Kanji Dictionary. The code reference can be found here: http://www.edrdg.org/wiki/index.php/KANJIDIC_Project
Interior and exterior parts of the kanji.
Left and right parts of the kanji.
Classification for kanji that don’t fit another pattern.
Top and bottom parts of the kanji.
The number of strokes in a kanji.
The code of a kanji in a given character set standard.
The grade level in which the kanji is learned.
The kind of kunyomi reading.
A kind of kanji misclassification
A letter that appears at the end of the index
The suffix for a Japanese Names reference
Information relating to a kanji that can be used for identification and lookup.
The kind of kanji classification
A particular reading or pronunciation of a kanji.
An index number into a particular kanji dictionary or reference book.
An identifying radical in the Spahn and Hadamitzky classification system.
An identifying characteristic of the kanji.
A stroke shape in the Four Corner system.
One of the four tones of Mandarin. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_Chinese_phonology#Tones
Represents either of the following: