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Usage[change source]

Code {{Nihongo2|Kanji}}
Gives Kanji

This template marks the Kanji segment as being in Japanese Kanji, which helps user agents such as web browsers display it correctly. It also applies the t_nihongo_kanji CSS style.

With the parameter help set to a non-empty value, the template displays a help sign which links to an article describing the writing system.

Code {{Nihongo2|Kanji|help=yes}}
Gives Kanji?

Examples[change source]

Code In Japanese, {{Nihongo2|虚無僧}} reads ''komusō''.
Gives In Japanese, 虚無僧 reads komusō.

User style[change source]

User style can be set by adding code similar to

*[lang=ja] { color: green; font-family: Arial; }


.t_nihongo_kanji { color: green; font-family: Arial; }

to common.css.

See also[change source]

  • {{Nihongo}}, also displays kanji properly, along with Romaji and optional notes, inside parentheses, with the English version before the parentheses. If you want to link to Help:Japanese via a small question mark, use this template.
  • {{Nihongo3}}, essentially the same as {{Nihongo}}, but gives Romaji first and English inside the parentheses
  • {{Nihongo-s}}, a simplified version of {{Nihongo}} without the extra spans or checks
  • {{Nihongo foot}}, same as {{Nihongo}}, but puts everything but the English into a footnote.