I’ve had this doubt for a while, it’s time to ask: how do people read kanji in normal size fonts? I will give two simple examples:
So, we have here two similar kanji (they are not that similar) but the details are so hard to see (at least for me) that I have to put my face up to the screen (or to zoom it) to see the details and distinguish which kanji it’s. For some kanji it’s not difficult, especially if they are simple, but when they cram 3-4 radicals or more it becomes impossible if the size of the font is set to what we’re used to see on the internet.
So here comes my question: how the hell can ppl read like this? Can they? Or japanese people use bigger fonts than us?