This week for my RocketNews24 W.T.F. Japan article, I wrote about the top five kanji with the longest readings.
I love doing articles on “the most ___ kanji ever” because I used to get asked those questions so often by my students. And back then I didn’t really have any answers besides what Google brought up, and that wasn’t always the most reliable source.
But now, thanks to my readily-available references in Japan, I can write articles to give any enterprising Japanese students the answers they desperately need. Which kanji are the most difficult? Which kanji are the strangest?
We now know the answers to those very important questions, and now the answer to which have the longest readings can be yours to know too.