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Kanji (漢字; Japanese pronunciation: [kandʑi] Aboot this soondlisten) are the adoptit logographic Cheenese chairacters (hanzi)[1] that are uised in the modren Japanese writin seestem alang wi hiragana an katakana.

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  1. Taylor, Insup; Taylor, Maurice Martin (1995). Writing and literacy in Chinese, Korean, and Japanese. Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company. p. 305. ISBN 90-272-1794-7.