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Point of interest: 国字(こくじ)

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国字(こくじ) - kanji invented in Japan
64 words
A very small number of kanji were created by the Japanese by combining existing kanji components in new ways. These are known as 'kokuji' (literally, 'country characters').
Of the 14,300 kanji in Kanshudo, we have only identified 125 such characters, however, and only five are classified as Jōyō:
ドウ   はたら to work   
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とうげ ridge, mountain pass   
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とち horse chestnut   
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わく framework   
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ヘイ    fence   
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Kanji used in this point of interest

ドウ   はたら to work   
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とうげ ridge, mountain pass   
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とち horse chestnut   
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わく framework   
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ヘイ    fence   
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