1. Use case
Japanese character has three types.
- Kanji tells a meaning.
- Hiragana/Katakaan tells a pronunanciation.
normal use case:
- the ‘phonetic characters’ shows the pronunciation.
extended use case
- the ‘phonetic characters’ shows the other meaning in a story. it supports a reader to understand the story.
a stupid dog
2. Proposed solution
<Target Words|Phonetic Characters>
<[[wiki notation]]|Phonetic Characters>
<[[wiki notation#header]]|Phonetic Characters>
<[[wiki notation#^blockid]]|Phonetic Characters>
note:there is no standard notation about this.
3. Current workaround (optional)
<ruby><rb>Target Words</rb><rp>(</rp><rt>Phonetic Characters<rt><rp>)</rp></ruby>