I have been studying vocabulary from tea descriptions and I found two kanji that have the radical 𠆢 「ひとやね」on top but they can't be found in any dictionary, there are kanji without the radical that I mentioned before that do exist.
Those words are names of brands so I think it could be added to improve the visual design but I certainly don't know.
One kanji is 嘉「か」from the tea brand Yamamotoyama (山本山)
Tho other one is the kanji 東「ひがし」which is followed by the brand name 放香堂 which is read as Hokodo (only the three last kanji).
These two kanji have the 𠆢 on top and no dictionary has any information about it. Does anyone know what is it about?