Japanese uses various character encoding systems, from the traditional Kanji to the Latin-derived Romaji.
RFC 1468 - Japanese Character Encoding for Internet Messages
Describes the ISO-2022-JP encoding used in electronic mail and network news messages in several Japanese networks. It was first specified by and used in JUNET. The encoding is now also widely used in Japanese IP communities.
RFC 2237 - Japanese Character Encoding for Internet Messages
Describes the ISO-2022-JP-1 encoding scheme, which is used in electronic mail, and network news. Also provides a listing of the Japanese Character Set that can be used in this encoding scheme.
Last update:January 2, 2007 at 19:57:21 UTC