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Section - Q2.6 How many kanji are there?

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     Apart from the obvious too many, you mean?  Approximately 50,000.
     And  what's more, this staggeringly big number seems to have been
     reached as early as around the end of the second century AD!   To
     give  you  some idea, many concise bilingual dictionaries carry a
     comparable number of entries for each language.

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