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This font provides an easy way to view stroke order diagrams for over 6350 kanji, 183 kana symbols, the Latin characters and quite a few other symbols. I have also used it as a dumping ground for my own character creation doodles. My hope is that this font will assist people who are learning kanji. I also hope it will help teachers of Japanese in the preparation of classroom material. Beware that Japanese stroke order can differ from the stroke order used in other languages that use Chinese characters.
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