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Failed Login Earlier than the fifth century, the Japanese had no writing system of their own. This began with borrowings from Portuguese within the sixteenth century, adopted by borrowing from Dutch during Japan's lengthy isolation (sakoku) of the Edo interval With the Meiji Restoration and the reopening of Japan in the nineteenth century, borrowing occurred from German, French and English…

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