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Extra information: There is Japanese near the "1" at the bottom left corner and at the bottom center of the image. I'm looking for the characters typed out, a translation, and romanization if possible. There is an image of a similar note on the wiki, but the text on this image is the same and should be easier to read.
Thanks in advance!
- 臣 (bottom left corner, bottom left character),
- 國 (third character in the line of seven),
- 帝 (fourth in the same line) and
- 日 (sixth in the same line).
- Passed it on to a Japanese friend in the hopes he can read it, will message User:Gurgate as well. – YATTA, ヽ( ° ヮ° )ﾉ | 2013年09月10日、01:11:51
- Apparently I got the couple of characters right, but mistook the order - in that period, Japanese was still read from right to left (present day it's from left to right). The characters in the row of seven are the following: (right-left) 大日本帝国政府. The four small characters are the following: (top-down, right-left) 大蔵大臣.
- Double-checked by Gurgate in this thread – where he also gave me this link – and by two friends on skype, each independently from each other. Apart from that, I have also been told that even half of Japanese cannot read the characters (: a bit like medieval western script.
- Done Hope this helps, and sorry for delay. – YATTA, ヽ( ° ヮ° )ﾉ | 2013年09月11日、08:56:15