Does anyone know what this kanji is?



Though it looks like a Chinese font.

EDIT: if you go to the Wiktionary page for the character, you can see the Japanese and Chinese versionsζ›œ


This is japanese font called as kanji and pronounce as ヨウ (yo u). That means Day of the week. Hope this will help you

The image in the first post is of a Chinese font, not a Japanese font.

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Can someone point out the differences between the Chinese and Japanese font because I honest to what ever can’t find any difference besides maybe the second stroke being a little bit longer.

Edit: nvm. I found it.

Well Chinese fonts are used for the various Chinese dialects, which either use traditional hanzi or simplified hanzi. Japanese fonts are used for Japanese language, with their own set of simplifications.

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