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Morohashi Tetsuji (諸橋轍次 ?, June 4, 1883—December 8, 1982) was an important figure in the world of Japanese studies and Sinology. He is best known as Chief Editor of the Dai Kan-Wa jiten, the most comprehensive dictionary of Kanji.

  • Great Chinese-Japanese Dictionary (大漢和辭典 Dai Kan-Wa jiten ?) (Great Chinese-Japanese Dictionary) Morohashi Tetsuji, ed. Tōkyō: Taishūkan shoten 大修館書店 .
    • 1943: Vol. I
    • 1955-1960: Vol. I revised & Vols. II-XIII.

The Dr. Morohashi Tetsuji Museum (諸橋轍次記念館) is located in his hometown of Sanjo, Niigata, which is also known as the Kangaku no sato (漢学の里 "Home of Chinese Studies").[1]

Honors

Morohashi was honored for contributions to sinology and lexicography.

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