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1.2.12.1. Table of new and old kanji forms

This page is a table of the new (Japan-only) kanji forms (the Shinjitai (新字体)) , and their older equivalents (the Kyuujitai (旧字体), which are the forms still used in Hong Kong and Taiwan. This page is just a table. See 1.2.12. Why do some kanji have alternative forms? for a discussion.

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