Japanese UNICODE, Cf.
It is linked to two legacy encoded versions (S-JIS and EUC)
> It seems to me that the Japanese prefer to use Shift-JIS or EUC-JP to
> Unicode in their Web pages. Why on earth is this?
> I have a bilingual Japanese / English page in Unicode. Are there other
> Japanese-language pages in Unicode?
> Is it true that Unicode can do anything that a native Japanese encoding can
> do, and do it better, with maybe the exception that hankaku katakana take
> up twice as many bytes?
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