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See Template:ja-kanjitab if you are looking for the table.

Use this template for single kanji, to show the grade and add the character to the appropriate category. Use the following after the ===Kanji=== header:

{{ja-kanji|rs= |grade= |style= |shin= |kyu= }}

E.g. for :


This template also categorizes the entry in Category:Japanese kanji, and the appropriate grade, which are sorted by radical/stroke. If blank, the kanji will appear in Category:Kanji entries needing attention.


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  • grade= Provides the education grade (1-6) and the grades (7-9) for other kanji:
    • 1 Kanji in the 1st group of Kyōiku kanji.
    • 2 Kanji in 2nd group.
    • 3 Kanji in 3rd group.
    • 4 Kanji in 4th group.
    • 5 Kanji in 5th group.
    • 6 Kanji in 6th group.
    • c or 7 Kanji for general use (常用漢字, Jōyō kanji) but not education kanji. Use if kanji is only in the Jōyō list but not in Kyōiku kanji.
    • n or 8 Kanji used only for names (人名用漢字, Jinmeiyō kanji).
    • uc or 9 Kanji not for general use (常用外漢字, Jōyō [outside] kanji, also called hyōgai kanji, 表外漢字). Use if kanji is not on the Jōyō list and not Jinmei.
      These kanji are generally written with 旧字体 (kyūjitai), but unofficial simplifications exist, known as extended shinjitai (拡張新字体).
    • r or 0 Reserved for kanji that exist only as radicals.

Only use the following parameters for kanji that are either shinjitai or kyūjitai.

  • style= s for shinjitai, ky for kyūjitai.
  • shin= Provides the shinjitai form for this kyūjitai kanji. Use only if style is ky.
  • kyu= Provides the kyūjitai form for this shinjitai kanji. Use only if style is s.

E.g. for :


And for :


See also