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How do you hyphenate Japanese lyrics?


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#1 FUGGNUTZ

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Posted March 26, 2018 - 06:49 AM

I'm currently charting the vocals in RADWIMPS - Oshakashama. The song is entirely in Japanese. I have the Romanized lyrics for the song, but the lyric hyphenator website that I usually use only supports English words. Are there any easier ways to hyphenate the lyrics for Japanese songs, or will I have to do it all manually?



#2 PhantomBlade8

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Posted March 26, 2018 - 05:03 PM

I always do them manually. It's really easy to separate Japanese syllables - especially since you have them romanized already.

For example:

"yume janai are mo kore mo"

"yu-me  ja-na-i  a-re  mo  ko-re  mo"






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