How to type 々 (repeater kanji)

Every time I have the need to type this kanji, I have to copy/paste it, or type a word using it (e.g. 中々) and then delete the excess.

Surely there is a way to type this kanji! I’ve tried the Microsoft IME and the iOS japanese keyboard, and neither recognize “noma” as being this kanji.

Google IME recognizes “noma” 251446983644938240

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You can use おなじ for Microsoft IME

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Since you already got some suggestions, I am curious: when do you need to write 々 on its own so often that it is an issue?

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Yeah realized my mistake after writing. :flushed:

Yeah, that’s why I deleted my comment as well :smile:

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When practicing kanji, for example, with “KameSame”.

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Oh yeah I see now! :+1:

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Whenever I have a kanji that doesn’t easily come up (like the ones that all have the same reading), I usually type another word that has it in there, then delete the other part. 人々 or 中々, for example.

I’m honestly not too bothered by it, because it’s only really a problem in isolation, like on kamesame. Once you start typing full sentences, it’s great at figuring out the right characters based on context.

Funny, I type くりかえし. :laughing:

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ios japanese swipe keyboard:
press the ABC button above the emoji button twice for numbers and swipe up on 8

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