Kanji is the Japanese writing system uses some characters borrowed from Chinese hànzì. These characters are used in combination with the other Japanese scripts such as katakana and hiragana. Although these characters are borrowed from Chinese, they don’t always carry the same meanings in Japanese as they do in Chinese.
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