Thank you, Ken! You are right. I also should have used U+0283 instead
Kenneth Whistler wrote:
> > [e0u] or [e0] or [efu] or [ef]
> > The consonant of [e0u] (and [e0]) doesn't exist in English (I heard that
> > a similar sound exists in Greek but not sure). Japanese characters for
> > [0u] are U+3075, U+30D5 and U+FF8C.
> The Japanese cosonant sound is represented in IPA by U+0278.
> (a voiceless bilabial fricative)
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