08 May '12, 1pm

[Off-Topic] Reading with subtitles over Kanjis in Japanese webpages

But if you like to read Manga (Japanese Comics), you’re probably familiar with “Furigana”, which is kind of like “subtitling” over the Kanjis with Hiragana or Katakana, which are the Japanese syllabus based alphabets (the first for Japanese only words, the second for foreign words). That makes reading and understanding the more difficult Kanjis super easy and way faster than hovering over the Kanjis or plain old looking manually into the dictionary for each ideogram.

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