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uses 3 bytes: %e2%ba%90 (226 186 144 in the decimal representation)

X2E90 is used in Japanese language; it can be pronounced だいのまげあし and may mean lame leg [1].

Picture appears as right hand side component of pictures of some KanjiLiberal.

X2E90 is easy to confuse with other Unicode characters.

Confusion

The computer support of Japanese characters is underdeveloped.
Up to year 2021, there is no united standard for the default font, that would allow each Japanese character look the same at various computers, but different from other characters.

In particular, this defect refers to character . There are several characters, that look similar to each other:
X2E90 [2]
X2F2A [3]
X5C22 [4]

Even a native Japanese speaker, watching characters , , , in unlikely to answer:
Which of them is X2E90?
Which of them is X2F2A?
Which of them is X5C22?

All the three characters mentioned have similar picture, similar pronunciations and similar meaning. Due to this confusion, the set of these three characters needs a special name. The preliminary term Mageashi is suggested, it is based on the analogy with one of possible pronunciations; and the preliminary term StickPi, based on similarity of these characters with Greek letter $$\pi$$. Vertical stick at the top allows to distinguish these characters from characters of the JapanPi, that have flat top: .

Warning

The meaning and interpretation of Kanjis in TORI is based on the online dictionaries sited. This is first step, necessary to make list of characters used in Japanese.

Then, the semantic and phonetic properties of the kanjis should be adjusted.