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Looking at the google translator I find:

日付  (Hidzuke): Date

But when I try to write the same letter, it doesn't pop up kanji

Which all characters are used to write it?

  • If it helps, the kana is ひづけ. – Kurausukun Apr 17 '18 at 9:22
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there are two common systems for writing romaji, one used by native Japanese to make typing easier, and one used by foreigners to make reading easier. In the Japanese system, (for example to form the correct kanji on a Japanese keyboard) 日付 would be written "hiduke". For foreigners, it's spelled "hizuke", which makes it easier to reproduce a mostly accurate sound, but gives the wrong hiragana on a Japanese keyboard.

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