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Change of kanji like 大坂 to 大阪
Wikipedia says that Osaka used to be spelt 大坂, and is now spelt 大阪. Is there a term for what happened, and does it happen often? Related question: On the replacing of kanji obsoleted in the 1946 ...
Jul 23 '12 at 13:09
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