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Japanese coins minted in the beginning of the XX-th century are known to carry date inscriptions written and read from right to left.So, in general, if you see the character Nen, this tells you that it is the end of the line and hence you should be reading it the other way around.It has a small hole at the top allowing the notes to be strung together.Like most hansatsu, the note is block printed on heavy rice paper.
The note was made to be folded in half, so it could be carried like regular hansatsu.Next, turn on the charm, and see where the night leads you... Well, not as beautiful as my Japanese girlfriend, but it looks UNC.Sorry, I have to troll funny topic titles when I get the chance. And for Kemlo, the character 元 means "origin," and it's the "origin" of the Heisei calendar. Japanese coins can be dated either in Japanese numerals or Arabic numerals.If they’re dated with Arabic numerals, the Christian date is generally used, so the date doesn’t need to be deciphered.