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First of all, you are doing everything correctly by typing akane in hiragana mode, which should give you あかね, and trying to convert it to kanji. In the list of suggestions when trying to convert あかね, you should get 茜 as a suggestion (my IME has it). If this doesn't work for you, you should be able to get it by its other reading せん. If neither あかね nor ...



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