- 25 Dec 2018
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Hello, everyone! I have a question that has my colleagues and me stumped. Attached is an image of Japanese graffiti written on a wall in a prison cell in the 1940s, presumably written by someone in their 30's or 40's. I can recognize the last kanji as "bone," but I can't figure out what the top character is. It looks like it is part of a larger character and is written in an "old" kanji form. Any help would be most appreciated! I have no clue what the meaning could be or how it could be read. Something about bones? Thank you for your help and time!