Up to year 2021, the computer support of the Japanese characters is underdeveloped. No united default font is established, that would allow each character to look in the same at various computers, but different from other characters.
While this fault is not corrected, the general term JapanBeta has sense.
In each of the specific cases, the confusive character can be specified with its hexadecimal number ( X2ECF or X2ED6 or X961D), or with its ascii name (Kozato, Kozatohen or Oozato), or with its phonetic representation through Hiragana (こざと, こざとへん or おおざと).
Up to year 2021, no commonly accepted bijection between these sets of names seem to be established.
Component of other kanjis
Image similar to ⻖ may appear at the left hand side of a kanji, if the meaning is somehow related with a hill, mound.
- https://www.istockphoto.com/jp/search/2/image?phrase=chocolate+hills Chocolate Hillsのストックフォト (2021)
- https://kanjialive.com/214-traditional-kanji-radicals/ The 214 traditional kanji radicals and their variants .. ⻏ つくり Radical on the right village, country, city おおざと a variant of ⾢（むら） Important .. ⻖ へん Radical on the left hill, mound こざとへん a variant of ⾩（こざと） Important
- https://util.unicode.org/UnicodeJsps/character.jsp?a=2ECF ⻏ 2ECF CJK RADICAL CITY Han Script id: allowed confuse: ⻖ , 阝 ..
- https://util.unicode.org/UnicodeJsps/character.jsp?a=2ED6 ⻖ 2ED6 CJK RADICAL MOUND TWO Han Script id: allowed confuse: 阝 , ⻏ ..
- https://util.unicode.org/UnicodeJsps/character.jsp?a=961D 阝 961D CJK UNIFIED IDEOGRAPH-961D Han Script id: restricted confuse: ⻖ , ⻏