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    In Japanese games, this is the practice of placing hiragana readings above any kanji to make reading text easier.

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    Furigana last edited by Aruru-san on 01/08/23 05:34PM View full history

    In some instances, the function may be reversed: to give readers an idea of what an unfamiliar foreign word means by associating it with relevant kanji.

    Many games employ furigana by putting the kanji reading in parentheses after the word rather than above the kanji.


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