I was reading the internet today and noticed someone said that the kanji
获 does not exist.
This character is very commonly used in Chinese and can be found in the Unicode CJK Unified Ideographs (Han) block at code point U+83B7.
The statement that the kanji didn't exist got me wondering, in Japanese, how would one refer to a Chinese Character that isn't used in the Japanese language? Would it not still be referred to as kanji?