Can you please help me with recognizing this line in old Japanese handwriting? As I suppose, this is: ? やき ？ っすれ ？ の二 but it's most likely that I am wrong
Having found some books that use hentaigana (e.g. the 古今琉歌集) alongside standard hiragana and kanji, I've been trying to find a way to input hentaigana characters into text files. I've found proposed ...
One of the cards in a Hanafuda deck looks like this: The character that looks like の is actually , a hentaigana for ka derived from the kanji 可. The card says あかよろし, not あのよろし. According to ...