Japanese, Chinese, and Korean surnames and how to read them: 125,947 Japanese, 594 Chinese, and 259 Korean surnames written with Kanji as they appear in Japanese texts, Volume 1, Part 1
"Japanese, Chinese and Korean Surnames and How to Read Them" provides a comprehensive guide to the pronounciation and writing in kanji characters of more than 125,000 Japanese, 594 Chinese and 259 Korean surnames. Thisdictionary benefits all librarians requiring transliterations of Japanese, Chinese and Korean surnames as well as any business personnel or students dealing with people in the Far East.
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