In Japanese shinjitai, the upper right component of 逸 is written 免 (without dot, simplified from 兔). In Chinese scripts, the upper right component of 逸 is written 兔 (extra dot above 儿). However, both Japanese and Chinese forms have the same number of strokes. Note that in Japanese, the 免 component is written ⺈+𫩏+儿. In Chinese, the middle part of 兔 is written 口 overlapped by ㇓ (one stroke instead of two). Due to Han unification, both characters are encoded under the same codepoint. A compatibility ideograph 逸(U+FA67) exists to reflect the original form (kyūjitai) of 逸.