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comment Is there a word for the type of onigiri that comes in the triangular wrap that keeps the nori fresh?
@Jason: I'm not talking about the etymology of the Korean word, I'm talking about the referent of the Korean word. At least I have never seen these food items given any other term and I have never seen this Korean term applied to any other food item.
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asked Is there a word for the type of onigiri that comes in the triangular wrap that keeps the nori fresh?
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revised What are the Japanese terms for “character dictionary”? “漢辞海”? “漢字典”?
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revised Are bookshelves in alphabetical (kana) order in Japanese bookshops and libraries?
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comment What is the equivalent of “alphabetical order” in Japanese?
Is there a name for this order?
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comment Are bookshelves in alphabetical (kana) order in Japanese bookshops and libraries?
@Dave: , @Tsuyoshi: I'm going to participate in the meta topic and rewrite the question in a more naive way asking directly about alphabetical order?
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comment Are bookshelves in alphabetical (kana) order in Japanese bookshops and libraries?
@Dave: Please feel free to suggest such improvements. @Tsuyoshi: Apologies for sounding argumentative but I'm partly playing devil's advocate, partly really do want to know the answer, and partly want to help define the site's boundaries. I think controversial topics are especially useful in a new site's early development.
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comment Are bookshelves in alphabetical (kana) order in Japanese bookshops and libraries?
Is it a requirement that language is the main topic? I feel this is a "practical problem of written Japanese" question and as such that though language may not be the main part that it is the key part, without which the problem cannot be solved.