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Finding official websites of former Japanese schools[編集]

I found the archived websites of the old Monbusho at*/

Do these pages have the URLs of the former Japanese schools:

  • ブレーメン国際日本学園 (Germany)
  • 英国四天王寺学園 (UK)

I ask this because MEXT (the successor of the old Monbusho) has listed URLs of Japanese schools in pages such as this one:

As for this one:

  • サウスクイーンズランドアカデミー (Australia)

From*/ I found the page for South Queensland Academy - did it have a boarding high school program for Japanese expatriate students? What was its relationship to any Australian schools? Was it established in 1992?

Thanks! WhisperToMe会話) 2015年3月1日 (日) 22:17 (UTC)

I was able to start en:South Queensland Academy but I still don't know info about the Bremen and Shittenou schools. WhisperToMe会話) 2015年4月7日 (火) 14:09 (UTC)


I'm Wikipedian in Residence at en:ORCID and a Japanese friend, who is not a Wikipedian, is doing ORCID outreach work there, which will benefit Wikipedia, as explained at en:WP:ORCID. Your Template:Normdaten currently relies on a link to the English-language article on ORCID. Could somebody assist by translating that article into Japanese, and placing it on this Wikipedia, please? A start was made at 利用者:Athomeinkobe/ORCID, should you wish to develop that. Pigsonthewing会話) 2015年3月4日 (水) 05:56 (UTC)

Being a resource ourselves, I agree that bibliographic topics should be one our focus areas, and yet those are where the Japanese Wikipedia is seriously lacking. I wrote an article on authority control the other day, and I'm somewhat familiar with the area -- at least I already know what ORCID is and what it's for. I have too much stuff on my hands right now so it could take a week or two before I get to it, but I will definitely keep in mind that that topic needs an article. --朝彦会話) 2015年3月4日 (水) 06:28 (UTC)
Thank you. Pigsonthewing会話) 2015年3月4日 (水) 08:39 (UTC)
I've just translated into Japanese. Please see ORCID.--K-iczn会話) 2015年3月4日 (水) 12:59 (UTC)
Many thanks. Pigsonthewing会話) 2015年3月4日 (水) 15:01 (UTC)
Great job, K-iczn-san! --朝彦会話) 2015年3月4日 (水) 15:24 (UTC)

Are these hoshuko a part of the same organization as the nihonjin gakko?[編集]

I learned about the following hoshuko:

Are these hoshuko the same organization as the nihonjin gakko, or are they separate organizations?

I ask because these hoshuko meet in the respective nihonjin gakko buildings. I wonder if the hoshuko are actually a part of the nihonjin gakko, or if they are separate but agree to share facilities.

Thanks WhisperToMe会話) 2015年3月7日 (土) 09:41 (UTC)

Amsterdam schools appear to be different entities despite the shared location with no mention of the other in either web sites. Rotterdam hoshuko's location says that they are "located within the nihonjin gakko". Madrid's hoshuko says that they "merged" with the nihonjin gakko in 1996. Barcelona hoshuko says that they hold their classes where the classrooms are on loan from the nihonjin gakko. --朝彦会話) 2015年3月17日 (火) 01:10 (UTC)
Thanks for the info! What pages say those things? I want to cite that information on the English and Spanish Wikipedias. WhisperToMe会話) 2015年3月22日 (日) 14:35 (UTC)

Can this be transferred to the Commons?[編集]

I found ファイル:Kobe chinese school.jpg and would like to use it in en:Kobe Chinese School. Can it be transferred to the Wikimedia Commons? WhisperToMe会話) 2015年3月8日 (日) 10:23 (UTC)

I confirmed that it's eligible for license migration. You may transfer it to Commons under GFDL/CC-BY-SA 3.0. --朝彦会話) 2015年3月17日 (火) 01:15 (UTC)
Thank you! Now on Commons at Commons:File:Kobe chinese school.jpg WhisperToMe会話) 2015年3月25日 (水) 17:39 (UTC)

I would also like to transfer ファイル:Denko1.jpg (of Den Enchofu High School) but I see a notice in red. What is the notice talking about? WhisperToMe会話) 2015年3月28日 (土) 07:53 (UTC)

It is talking about It was uploaded prior to 2009 (in 2008) with a GFDL license (though it is not documentation itself, so is not the ideal use) and Wikimedia projects moved to CC-BY-SA in 2009, so any edits to this file would not be permitted to be uploaded under the same GFDL license (GFDL also has a share-alike clause). The upshot? Get the rights holder to relicense or dual-license under CC-BY-SA or an even less restrictive license. Others should chip in on whether this is the only solution, however. Arlo Barnes会話) 2015年12月14日 (月) 05:38 (UTC)

Quick stub request: Bureau d'Enquêtes et d'Analyses pour la Sécurité de l'Aviation Civile[編集]

Would anyone be interested in starting an article on the Bureau d'Enquêtes et d'Analyses pour la Sécurité de l'Aviation Civile? It is the French air accident investigation agency. I found out that two Japanese persons were on board ジャーマンウイングス9525便墜落事故, and the BEA is going to investigate the crash WhisperToMe会話) 2015年3月25日 (水) 03:39 (UTC)

Question about 究めろ!ポケモンB・W (Be a Master! Pokemon B & W)[編集]

Does anyone know where one can find secondary sources about "究めろ!ポケモンB・W" (en:Be a Master! Pokemon B & W). Do any sources on Google Books mention "究めろ!ポケモンB・W"? I ask because there is an AFD: en:Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Be a Master! Pokemon B & W. Thanks, WhisperToMe会話) 2015年3月25日 (水) 12:12 (UTC)

There is also an "Articles for deletion" discussion about ポケットモンスター PiPiPi★アドベンチャー (en:Magical Pokémon Journey) here: en:Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/Magical_Pokémon_Journey - If anyone knows of any Japanese reliable sources about this series it would be great! WhisperToMe会話) 2015年3月25日 (水) 15:55 (UTC)

As I commented on the AFD, I found it extremely difficult to believe that 究めろ!ポケモンB・W is a notable work. For the other one (PiPiPi), my search only turned up the book already covered in the AFD (J.Thompson), and other than that, I see only tweets, forum posts, personal blogs, and other nonreliable sources. --朝彦会話) 2015年3月25日 (水) 18:54 (UTC)
Ah, that's too bad. I'm checking with the French to see if they know of any sources that cover the PiPiPi work, since the book was also published in France. I wonder what the names of the major Japanese comics review magazines (discussing comics and posting their opinions) are? If en:Newtype (月刊ニュータイプ) is one of them, they would have articles about them, but I don't know if they would be online. WhisperToMe会話) 2015年3月25日 (水) 19:01 (UTC)

Editors familiar with the history of the Ryukyu Islands needed in this English Wikipedia RFC[編集]

I notice two editors fighting over whether certain "flags of the Ryukyu Islands" are historically accurate in en:Wikipedia_talk:WikiProject_Japan#RfC: Flag of Ryukyu. I would like to have editor input from Japanese persons who can look at the sources presented and determine whether they are historically accurate.

Thank you WhisperToMe会話) 2015年4月9日 (木) 03:42 (UTC)

Contacting the Japanese school of Sao Paulo to ask for photographs of the main entrance with the name of the school on a sign[編集]

Would it be likely that the administration of the Japanese School of Sao Paulo understand an e-mail written in English? Even though there is a picture of the school at File:Sao_Paulo_Japanese_School.jpg, it's of low quality, and I would like to have a photo of the school's main entrance. Think about the first photo at CTV here. A photo of the main entrance gate leading to the campus would be nice too.

I think it may be best to have a message sent to them in Japanese. I don't know how to write Japanese. I also don't know which e-mail here is the best one: here. WhisperToMe会話) 2015年5月4日 (月) 18:05 (UTC)

My concerns about an article[編集]

Hello! The article 正形表記法 is completely unsourced, and the whole of it is possibly original research (which, most likely, you have a policy against). The Lingit link on the bottom is possibly an advertisement, and possibly the only reason that article exists - to advertise the Lingit website. On English Wikipedia, there is an ongoing investigation to determine whether the author of that article is abusing multiple accounts. We should know that in a few hours, or maybe one or two days. Jkrdsr, the suspected sockmaster, was banned two days ago due to edit warring with me and two other editors. Jkrdsr was removing parts of articles/reports (or indeed, blanking the page altogether), and we were reverting it. See [1] and [2].

Oh, and just so you know, the Korean version of that article was removed after my request to do so. Peter238会話) 2015年5月16日 (土) 11:47 (UTC)

返信 (Peter238宛) Thank you for letting me know about it. I put it on my watch-list and just keep watching, reverting that if suspicious activity is on it. Thanks, --Infinite0694会話) 2015年5月16日 (土) 12:04 (UTC)
Thanks. However, you should definitely consider deleting it if no reliable sources show up within a reasonable amount of time. Peter238会話) 2015年5月16日 (土) 12:42 (UTC)
The page got deleted. Thank you for letting us know the problem. --Aotake会話) 2015年6月16日 (火) 01:14 (UTC)
Good! Thanks for taking action. Peter238会話) 2015年6月18日 (木) 18:19 (UTC)

An invitation to Edit filter managers of wikimedia wiki projects[編集]


This is an invitation to Edit filter managers and patrollers who refer to edit filters from your wiki project to share and know about effective public filters from various wikimedia wiki projects.

It is almost six years since March 2009, that Edit filters are in use on various Wikimedia wiki projects. At meta we have started a platform page m:Edit filters benefiting to various local Wikiprojects to know good and effective (public) edit filters by sharing of relevant information with rest of wikimedia community. This will help editfilter managers, and there by concerned projects, to benefit from maximising potential of best possible (public) edit filters.

We are keen to have your participation in this collaborative and constructive endeavour and the discussions to know and learn from each other's knowledge and experiences.

Mahitgar会話) 2015年5月17日 (日) 07:01 (UTC)

Question about the book アマゾン川にいだかれて : マナオス日本人学校の三年間[編集]

Hi! I found out about this book:

Does anyone know more about the background of Mitsutoshi Miura? What kinds of connections did he have with the school? Who is the publisher? Was this sold in regular Japanese bookstores? Was the Japanese School of Manaus involved in the creation of this book? How would the title and name of the publisher be translated?

Thanks, WhisperToMe会話) 2015年5月19日 (火) 05:35 (UTC)

Update from 利用者‐会話:あるうぃんす#アマゾン川にいだかれて : マナオス日本人学校の三年間: There is a possibility the book may be "vanity published". I would like to determine if the publisher paid the author for the book, or if the author paid the publisher for the book. WhisperToMe会話) 2015年5月23日 (土) 07:58 (UTC)


I posted on its talk page and the equivalent talk page on EN Wikipedia too, but it didn't seem to be getting any attention so I thought I'd try my luck here.

There are two things I want to bring up. First, JP Wikipedia has a page on the Winter Triangle (冬の大三角) and put information about the Winter Hexagon in there; but conversely, EN Wikipedia only has a page on the Winter Hexagon and put info on the Winter Triangle there. This creates a bit of a disconnect on the two pages; that is, I couldn't use the "Other Language Pages" tool on the sidebar to go from the English Wikipedia to the Japanese one. Is there a way of manually overriding this, and is it customary to use it?

Second, and the reason I was trying to go to the JP Wikipedia in the first place: does anyone know where the nickname for the Winter Hexagon, "Winter Diamond", came from? It doesn't seem to be in use at all in English pages, when I checked both Google and Wikipedia, but it seems to be relatively common in Japanese-language pages. I was wondering what its origin could possibly be. - 2015年6月3日 (水) 02:00 (UTC)

First. en:Winter Hexagon is already connecting to 冬の大六角形 but that target is not. I think that you can remove that connection and reconnect.
Second. In historical ( as about one century ) JAPAN, "Hexagon" and "Rectangle" have a nickname as "Diamond". And that nickname is used with the romantic sensitivity. Instead of formally "six/four angles figure".
My unskillful English may not be helpful to you.
世界最狂の魔法使いCray-G会話) 2015年7月17日 (金) 09:43 (UTC)

Question about Japanese spaceflight industry[編集]

Is there technical or economic interest by editors in the Japanese spaceflight industry? And might those editors be willing to help with content about that in the English Wikipedia?

Recent legislation in Japan is mentioned on the English wiki here: Space launch market competition#Raising private capital].

Apparently, the Japanese legislature is considering legislation to allow private company spaceflight initiatives in Japan under Japanese law.

While it remains to be seen whether the legislation becomes law and, if so, whether significant private capital will enter the Japanese space launch industry, it would be super helpful if someone with a technical or economic interest in the Japanese spaceflight industry, might keep their eyes on what happens with this legislation (in the Japanese press), and improve that Japan-related content on the English Wikipedia as the situation warrants. N2e会話) 2015年6月12日 (金) 20:59 (UTC)

Might it be possible for someone who reads Japanese to just do some quick searches to see if this legislation ever became law in Japan? It would seem the legislation should have either been rejected, or passed, by now. Thanks. N2e会話) 2016年2月5日 (金) 04:26 (UTC)
In 2007, a draft of the Basic Space Law was submitted to the congress by the Japan Liberal Democratic Party and others, but rejected. In 2008, another draft was submitted again and has been legislated on 28 May. See ja:宇宙基本法. It would make me happy if this information is useful for you. --QuirkyQuidnuncY会話) 2016年2月7日 (日) 12:54 (UTC)
No, I don't think 宇宙基本法 is it. The English Wikipedia article cites a Yomiuri article in 2015 that talks about the bill to be submitted next year (i.e., this year). We're only one month into this year's ordinary Diet session, and we have no news of yet about the bill. My best guess is that it is in its final drafting stages. For a while now, the Cabinet [3] and JAXA [4] has been talking about "宇宙活動法" to allow greater private sector activities, so I belive this is the relevant bill. --朝彦会話) 2016年2月9日 (火) 08:05 (UTC)

フェネンケルテン湖 new name[編集]

The title of the フェネンケルテン湖 article is not good. The name of the lake is Feneketlen-tó, so please rename the page to フェネケルテン湖. Thanks! Zerind会話) 2015年6月15日 (月) 09:32 (UTC)

Köszönöm! I moved it to フェネケトレン湖. --Aotake会話) 2015年6月16日 (火) 01:39 (UTC)
Oh, true, the TL-LT change was an error too! Now it is perfect :) ありがとう Zerind会話) 2015年6月16日 (火) 08:40 (UTC)

I just left an announcement on this wiki[編集]

Apologies for not finding a translator in time. If you could translate the first lines, that would be perfect - of course, if your community is already aware of the issue, you don't need to do anything at all. Kind regards, --Elitre (WMF)会話) 2015年6月27日 (土) 10:21 (UTC)

translation request[編集]

Hi! can you translate en:Boycott Chinese products into Japanese? thank you!

I've just written on Wikipedia:翻訳依頼 (Wikipedia:Pages needing translation into Japanese) for your request.[5]--Chiba ryo会話) 2015年7月9日 (木) 08:26 (UTC)
It was created as 中国製品ボイコット.--Chiba ryo会話) 2015年11月8日 (日) 19:33 (UTC)

Licensing confirmation.[編集]

I am a WP contributor from France and last month I've discovered this japanese website : Aomori Movie Contents Promotion. According to the licensing page : ダウンロードについて, it is ok to use as Creative Commons material the photos and videos of the site marked ランクA.
However, three weeks ago, I sent a message (in japanese) at the e-address indicated on the bottom of the homepage asking for confirmation of their licensing system, but I did not receive any answer.
I would appreciate if someone here could confirm that the licensing policy of this website authorizes upload to the Commons website of a ランクA video or photo.

Thanks.--ContributorQ会話) 2015年7月13日 (月) 23:10 (UTC)

This is bad news. You can not use as Creative Commons material the photos and videos of the site marked ランクA. Those photos and videos, marked ランクA, are incompatible Creative Commons.--世界最狂の魔法使いCray-G会話) 2015年7月16日 (木) 08:18 (UTC)
I read the licensing page more carefully and I did understand that you are unfortunately right ; one has to obtain a license for commercial use...
Anyway, thank you for your help.--ContributorQ会話) 2015年7月16日 (木) 22:50 (UTC)

I have problem to cite correctly my article[編集]

I'm doing the Japanese version of this page I need to put my citations, but I think I did'nt write it good. I don't know about (archiveur) and (archive date). I need help to correct my informations please? This is my article: I checked the model page in template cite web, but I'm realy not sure about what to write about (archiveur) (archivedates) o_0 Please help me!

Sorry, but I do NOT understand what the problem is. It seems like you want to write as "<ref>{{cite ...}}</ref>". See Wikipedia:出典を明記する/en:Wikipedia:Citing sources#How to place an inline citation using ref tags in order to know how to use <ref>. And see Wikipedia:翻訳のガイドライン#機械翻訳/en:Wikipedia:Translation#How to translate in order to know machine translation.--世界最狂の魔法使いCray-G会話) 2015年7月24日 (金) 01:44 (UTC)

It is not exactly a website,the vintage newspapers articles are posted on a website and I,ve to use these news papaers as references. and I've to link cite newspapers but put the webpage link. I still absolutly unable to know what can be the archiveur, or a website. I tried but it was incorrect >_< I need a real exemple of one article and I will be ok to continue.--Chikkuru 2015年8月11日 (火) 20:35 (UTC)

Any reliable sources about the リオ・デ・ジャネイロ日本人学校 (Associação Civil de Divulgação Cultural e Educacional Japonesa do Rio de Janeiro)?[編集]

Does anyone know where to find any additional sources about the pt:Associação Civil de Divulgação Cultural e Educacional Japonesa do Rio de Janeiro (リオ・デ・ジャネイロ日本人学校) that are not already listed at the Portuguese Wikipedia article? I looked at CiNii but I'm not sure if I missed anything, or if there are other sources I overlooked.

Also, does anybody know how to evaluate/confirm the reliability and independence of the sources stated in the article?

There is something of a "tie" in the PT.Wikipedia AFD about it (pt:Wikipédia:Páginas para eliminar/Associação Civil de Divulgação Cultural e Educacional Japonesa do Rio de Janeiro). One of the editors stated "A página parece receber cobertura significativa de fontes, resta saber se são confiáveis e independentes, se têm ou não respaldo no conteúdo da página, se são sobre a página, além de calcular o quão notável o assunto é ou não." which according to Google translate says: "The site appears to receive significant coverage sources, the question is whether they are reliable and independent, whether or not they support the page content, whether they are on the page, and calculate how remarkable it is or not." I would like to have Japanese Wikipedians weigh in on this information.

Thanks WhisperToMe会話) 2015年8月5日 (水) 12:39 (UTC)

Relevant Portuguese Wikipedia rules: Critérios de notoriedade and pt:Wikipédia:Relevância WhisperToMe会話) 2015年8月5日 (水) 18:23 (UTC)
Note: I've already answered this request at en:Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Japan#Questions about a Japanese book. Mr. Stradivarius会話) 2015年8月12日 (水) 18:01 (UTC)


  • 「あなたには「このページの移動」を行う権限はありません。理由は以下の通りです:指定された移動先には既にページが存在するか、名前が不適切です。 別の名前を選択してください。」何義哉?求譯為中國語。——Joe young yu会話) 2015年8月6日 (木) 11:25 (UTC)
    • "You have no authority for ``moving this page' '. Because : That name is already used , or That name is inappropriate/incorrect/improper. Select other name." どういう意味ですか? 中国語に翻訳して下さい。--世界最狂の魔法使いCray-G会話) 2015年8月7日 (金) 02:00 (UTC)


  • 中国之關,或漢字,或片假名,名亦有特,有新字体,旧字体。辟若:
新字体 旧字体 片假名 當前表記
成竜 成龍 ジャッキー・チェン ジャッキー・チェン
トウ麗君 鄧麗君 テレサ・テン テレサ・テン
呉邦国 吳邦國 ウー・バングォ 呉邦国
聶衞平 聶衛平 ニエ・ウェイピン 聶衛平
関徳興 關德興 クワン・タッヒン 関徳興
李竜基 李龍基 リー・ロンジー 李龍基

余嘗遷頁若干,然討論曰遷移不當。試問何以表記?——Joe young yu会話) 2015年8月9日 (日) 10:17 (UTC)

你好,我回答你。一般日本人来说,著名人有英文名字的时候,我们大概用片假名。这个以外写汉名的日本新体字。在中国(含台港澳)事情是没有关系。所以,新体字或片假名的区别对外国人很复杂。如果你不会说日语,请不要编辑日本版。因为你的改变是不正确,所以我们有点儿麻烦。最后,我写得中文是不怎么样。对不起啊。--Hi-lite.sincerity1x2会話) 2015年8月16日 (日) 03:05 (UTC)

Question about book イスタンブ-ル日本人学校[編集]

I have some questions about the book about the en:Istanbul Japanese School

  • Mine, Toshirō (峰 敏朗). イスタンブール日本人学校. 峰敏朗著(JETRO books, 46) 日本貿易振興会, 1998.2. NCID: BA35636978. ISBN: 4822408108. See profile at CiNii.

Is the person who wrote the book independent of the school? Did the school have any role in producing the book? WhisperToMe会話) 2015年8月11日 (火) 19:19 (UTC)

I just found out he was the school's very first principal, so it's NOT an independent source. WhisperToMe会話) 2015年8月12日 (水) 16:26 (UTC)

Post on the Village pump[編集]

Hello Ambassadors!

I'm Trizek, community liaison for the Wikimedia Foundation. I'm working on VisualEditor, and we are going to fix bugs concerning VisualEditor. I need to inform the community, by posting a message on your local village pump. I did, but I've been reverted by user Triglav. I've discussed with him, but we don't manage to understand each other.

I hope one of you can help me to compensate my lack of knowledge of Japanese language. :)

Best, Trizek (WMF)会話) 2015年8月17日 (月) 15:15 (UTC)

Hello, Trizek. Triglav is not wrong - jawp VP is not a place to cc this kind of messages. I'm considering how to help you ... To start with I translated your message here: Wikipedia:お知らせ#ビジュアル・エディターのバグだしにご協力を!. --miya会話) 2015年8月18日 (火) 07:49 (UTC)
Thank you for your answer miya! I didn't know how does jawp VP works, and I'm deeply sorry for my mistake.
Thank you also for this translation :) Trizek (WMF)会話) 2015年8月18日 (火) 09:07 (UTC)

Japanese video game magazines with coverage of Famicom Disk System game Cocoron (ココロン)?[編集]

Does anybody know any Japanese video game magazines from the 1990s with coverage of Famicom Disk System game Cocoron (ココロン)?

The English article was deleted at en:Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Cocoron (2nd nomination) but I'm trying to see if something can save it. There is a scan of a Japanese gaming magazine talking about a possible sequel: - Any more? WhisperToMe会話) 2015年9月2日 (水) 17:05 (UTC)

Hello @WhisperToMe: I found [6]. You may be able to use "参考資料1" as sources for writings. Regards, KurodaSho会話) 2015年9月2日 (水) 18:36 (UTC)
@KurodaSho: Thank you for finding the list! I would like to find people with copies of these magazines (ファミリーコンピュータMagazine and others) WhisperToMe会話) 2015年9月3日 (木) 03:29 (UTC)

en:Saryu Usui[編集]

Can someone please see the sources provided at en:Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Saryu Usui (FYI, Articles for deletion is a deletion nomination venue) to see if they are reliable and contribute to notability (policies/guidelines here are similar to the English Wikipedia's), and/or find sources that cover the subject in detail? The article exists on this Wikipedia.

誰かが en:Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Saryu Usui に設けたソースを参照してくださいすることができます彼らは信頼性があると知名度に貢献(ポリシー/ガイドラインはここに英語版ウィキペディアのに似ている)かどうかを確認し、および/またはソースにそのカバーを見つけるために(ちなみに、削除の記事は削除指名会場です)詳細に対象 (申し訳ありませんが、私は、機械翻訳を使用していますが、この翻訳は、このように誤差を含んでいてもよいです). あなたが日本語で応答する場合は問題ありません. Thanks, Esquivalience会話) 2015年10月6日 (火) 22:39 (UTC)

The article has been deleted, isn't it? I'm sorry to see that. According to the article 卯水咲流, it is also requested to have more citation to make it reliable even in Japanese edition. However the article in Japanese already has some citations. You may reuse them for English edition. My suggestion is obviously too late though. --Uiweo会話) 2015年11月7日 (土) 18:14 (UTC)

Page move[編集]

I'm trying to move 西東京朝鮮第二初中級学校 to 西東京朝鮮第二初級学校 because according to the Chongryon the school at " 東京都町田市金森東1-17-1" is now only serving elementary school/primary school.

Also the Chongryon page says that 岐阜朝鮮初中級学校 is in Yanaizu, Fukushima, not in Gifu city. I think the article lead should make it clear. WhisperToMe会話) 2015年10月14日 (水) 09:36 (UTC)

  • Renaming 西東京朝鮮第二初中級学校 to 西東京朝鮮第二初級学校 is fine. You can move without any consensus if it's clearly correct. You should write the web page URL in the summary message then.
  • The web page does not say that 岐阜朝鮮初中級学校 is in 福島(Fukushima), but says that it's in 羽島(Hashima District). Hashima District is located in 岐阜(Gifu) Prefecture. Do not rename it.--青子守歌会話/履歴 2015年10月14日 (水) 10:07 (UTC)
    • Thank you for the reply. I'm trying to rename "西東京朝鮮第二初中級学校" but I get the message:
    • "あなたには「このページの移動」を行う権限はありません。理由は以下の通りです:
    • 移動元と移動先のページ名が同じです。 自分自身には移動できません。
    • 指定された移動先には既にページが存在するか、名前が不適切です。 別の名前を選択してください。"
    • WhisperToMe会話) 2015年10月14日 (水) 14:41 (UTC)
      • @WhisperToMe: チェック --Infinite0694会話) 2015年10月14日 (水) 16:10 (UTC)
        • Thank you so much! @Infinite0694:, if the school did have junior high school at one time, I would like for the old name to redirect to the new one (it would be useful too in order to avoid broken links) WhisperToMe会話) 2015年10月14日 (水) 16:13 (UTC)

This 2005 Chongryon page says that "西東京朝鮮第二初中級学校" was at 東京都立川市錦町4-7-12. WhisperToMe会話) 2015年10月14日 (水) 18:34 (UTC)

Notibility of Highway Facilities in Japan[編集]

Hi Wikipedians, sorry write this in English. Many articles on Chinese Wikipedia about Highway Facilities in Japan, translated from Japanese Wikipedia, are now nominated for deletion. I'm wondering how does those articles fit the Notability Requirement on Japanese Wikipedia. I've seen there is also "二次資料" requirement for Notability, but most Facilities articles don't have such resources. Examples: 釜利谷料金所, 川崎浮島本線料金所, 大師出入口 etc. Thank you!--AddisWang会話) 2015年10月14日 (水) 14:22 (UTC)

You may put a certain template template:要出典 to request citations on each articles in Japanese Wikipedia. However I don't recommend this way because the articles in Japan will face a risk to be deleted as well. Japanese wikipedian is one of the most strict wikipedian in the world about Notability Requirement. We might need to have super hard work to keep the articles in Chinese, and it looks it has almost no chance. --Uiweo会話) 2015年11月7日 (土) 18:02 (UTC)

Any secondary sources about Hamamatsu Municipal Senior High School?[編集]

I'm looking for reliable secondary sources about en:Hamamatsu Municipal Senior High School (浜松市立高等学校). If I get enough, there may be an article in Portuguese written about the school. I searched CiNii but didn't see anything. Maybe some Japanese newspapers have info... WhisperToMe会話) 2015年10月15日 (木) 13:32 (UTC)

Some articles on the school at Chunichi shinbun newspaper's web site. It features 100 years anniversary of the school, and has some articles on the school's history. Chunichi is a local news paper for Chubu region, which includes Shizuoka prefecture. It must be reliable enough. --Uiweo会話) 2015年11月7日 (土) 17:40 (UTC)
@Uiweo: Thank you so much! I really appreciate it. I'm going to the Portuguese Wikipedia to propose creation of this article. See: pt:Usuário_Discussão:Dbastro#Questions_about_article_request_for_Japanese_school WhisperToMe会話) 2015年11月11日 (水) 09:58 (UTC)
The Portuguese article has been created: pt:Colégio Municipal de Ensino Secundário de Hamamatsu WhisperToMe会話) 2015年11月13日 (金) 15:23 (UTC)

Template:Wold Heritage Sites in Jamaica (Q21115926)[編集]


This Wikidata page exist on

  • huwiki:Sablon:Jamaica világörökségi helyszínei


  • ptwiki::Predefinição:Património Mundial na Jamaica.

Would link to this the Japanese variation? Thank you!——以上の署名の無いコメントは、Rakásノート履歴)さんが 2015-10-15T17:18:27 (UTC) に投稿したものです(Uiweo会話)による付記)。

Japanese edition has no template for World Heritage Sites in Jamaica unfortunately.--Uiweo会話) 2015年11月7日 (土) 17:24 (UTC)

Deletion of 私とセレナ[編集]

The article 私とセレナ has been nominated for deletion some time now. When will the decision be made to either delete it or to keep it? We have a DR open for a linked item on Wikidata and can't proceed when there's no decision made here. Mbch331会話) 2015年10月21日 (水) 09:43 (UTC)

The article has been deleted as of 10/22. I believe Mbch331 has found it but I'm adding this comment for everyone's information. --Uiweo会話) 2015年11月7日 (土) 17:10 (UTC)

Wiki labels & Revision Scoring as a Service for Japanese Wikipedia[編集]

Hello Japanese Wikipedia,

I apologize for my complete lack of Japanese skills. I would most welcome if my post is translated to Japanese.

So computers are very good at crunching numbers. Your average calculator can out smart you in arithmetic. However computers are terrible at pretty much in everything else. Programming computers to under take any task no matter how simple beyond computing tends to be very difficult. This is where Artificial Intelligence comes in. With Artificial Intelligence we teach computers how to solve problems without explicit programming for the solution. This is what we are doing.

We are working on a project called m:Research:Revision scoring as a service which aims to provide quality control Artificial Intelligence infrastructure for Mediawiki and Wikimedia projects. We already have our system implemented and running on a number of other languages editions of Wikipedia and are in the process of expanding to many more. Further more we have concluded the edit quality campaigns for English, Portuguese, Persian and Turkish recently and are processing the results to improve our algorithms.

We are currently mainly focusing on vandalism detection where we provide an API (m:ORES) that provides scores. We have made an effort to keep our system robust.

The examples I'll provide are based on a machine learning algorithm that was trained to use 20,000 reverted edits. This is kind of modelling is problematic for two reasons. First is, there are non-vandalism related reasons for edits to be reverted such as mistakes from new users, this would develop such an unproductive bias. Second problem would be it lacks the ability to distinguish good faith users from malicious ones. To demonstrate our system I will give three examples from English wikipedia. I have picked these three semi-random.

  • Score of 90% diff en:Moncef Mezghanni
    • As visible in the diff, it is clearly something that shouldn't be welcome on English wikipedia. Algorithms confidence also matches my human assessment.
  • Score of 75% diff en:Monin
    • When I look at the diff it isn't immediately clear to me if this should be reverted. Detailed look reveals that prior version had more neutral information, but new version at a glance isn't exactly clear cut vandalism, albeit spammy. Algorithms confidence drops just as my human assessment.
  • Score of 19% diff en:Curiosity killed the cat, but satisfaction brought it back
    • As visible in the diff this edit clearly improves the article. The algorithms confidence plummets as well. Algorithm is more confident that this edit should NOT be reveted.

We are also working towards a system for article quality where we use existing assessment by en:Wikipedia:Version 1.0 Editorial Teamto train our system. We only have this system on English wikipedia at the moment but we would be more than happy to expand to other language editions. I am uncertain if Japanese Wikipedia has a similar quality assessment scale. I have picked 5 random articles to demonstrate this.

Typical problem is that humans typically do not re-asses articles over time or articles are never assessed in the first place. Our system circumvents this problem by automating this.

We are hoping to adapt our tool to serve Japanese language. What we need is:

Once these are complete, we would like to start an edit quality campaign where we request the local community to hand code/label ~2000 revisions labeling them productive/damaging and good faith/bad faith. This would be similar to the campaign on English Wikipedia en:Wikipedia:Labels/Edit quality.

After this we will be able to generate scores for revisions that is usable by gadgets such as ScoredRevisions as well as tools like huggle. If community desires it, it can even be used to create a local vandalism reversion bot.

So in a nutshell our algorithm relies on community input to support the community. Feel free to ask any questions. Either here, on meta or on IRC on the freenode server and #wikimedia-ai channel where we hang out. You can also reach us at

-- とある白い猫 ちぃ? 2015年11月8日 (日) 13:12 (UTC)

We have generated the list of suspected bad words that are common in reverted edits but not in others. We would like human review of these as we trust the judgement of a native speaker. Please take a look at the list provided to determine if they are bad words (words that aren't normally acceptable anywhere on Wikipedia such as curse words) and informal words (words that aren't acceptable in articles but are OK on talk pages. In English examples of this would be words like "hello" or "haha"). Feel free to add words you think should be in the bad word or informal word list. -- とある白い猫 ちぃ? 2015年11月9日 (月) 05:29 (UTC)
I have posted a translation of your post to the village pump in Japanese Wikipedia. (Wikipedia:井戸端, Wikipedia:井戸端/subj/Help for Non-Japanese Speakersに投降された英語版ウィキペディアのイタズラ編集自動検出システムの紹介) Since your suggestion is more than I can handle, I hope someone else in Japanese Wikipedia handles. I'll keep my fingers crossed for you. --Uiweo会話) 2015年11月9日 (月) 09:40 (UTC)
Hello, I would encourage you to be bold with any one of the items I mentioned, especially the interface and landing page localization. If any part of it is confusing or unclear to you or anybody I'd be more than happy to explain in greater detail as requested. :) -- とある白い猫 ちぃ? 2015年11月10日 (火) 07:38 (UTC)

Qanat - Mambo[編集]

Hello. I'm working on the Dutch version of カナート. Of the Japanese variety I can find (online) that it exists and is called Mambo. I cannot find any other source, preferably online and in English, that would tell me more of this: history, technology and a link to the Iranian origin - if there is any. Can anyone help? Many thanks, Sander1453会話) 2015年11月23日 (月) 11:49 (UTC)

You may find a few more sources searching by 'Qanat Manbo', rather than 'Mambo' (roughly speaking, n and m are interchangeable before b or p in romanized Japanese), such as this pdf (See '2) Water catchment technique "Manbo" in the upstream area of the Suzuka River' on p.18 in the original document or p.12 as pdf file). Hope it can help. --Ryota7906会話) 2015年11月24日 (火) 09:20 (UTC)
Yes, that is helpful. It gave me quite a few good links. Thank you. Sander1453会話) 2015年11月24日 (火) 10:59 (UTC)


I'm rather concerned about the recent changes in colouring that User:Dlgkstmf ar1103 has been introducing to Template:元素周期表.

  1. Mt, Ds, and Rg. These elements have been coloured as "遷移金属", which I assume means "transition metals". That is a rather bold claim given that no chemical experiments have yet been conducted on these elements (see p.25–26; the book is from 2013, so pretty recent, and I have not seen any papers since then on the experimental chemistry of these elements). Given the current lack of chemical knowledge on these elements, it strikes me that "不明" would be a more suitable category.
  2. At. The chemistry of astatine is certainly not unknown, as Dlgkstmf ar1103 claims. For there was already enough information in 1985 for Kugler and Keller to write about it in Gmelin's Handbook (8th edition, System 8a: ISBN 3-540-93516-9). Since there are a lot of sources, I'll simply point to the English Wikipedia article. It is true that astatine shows some marked metallic properties, along with some halogen-like properties: but that is more of an argument to classify it as a metalloid, and not leave it uncoloured.
  3. Ge, Sb, metalloids in general. There was, so far as I can see, no consensus for transforming "半金属" to "半金属元素 (半導体元素)" as a category, especially as that is wrong: As and Sb are semimetals in the physical sense, but they have electrical conductivities approaching those of metals. Furthermore, even if Dlgkstmf ar1103 wishes to transform it into a category for semiconductors, leaving Ge out of it would be ridiculous (although Sb would make sense). The Japanese Wikipedia article, based on many sources, lists B, Si, Ge, As, Sb, and Te as "多くの場合、半金属とされる" (which I assume means something like "often recognised/included as a metalloid"), so that leaving some of them out would not be very consistent with the majority of sources.

I notice that Dlgkstmf ar1103 mostly rests his claims on a single source that he keeps citing in his edit summaries: But when this does not correlate with the known facts for some of the rarer elements (like At, a true backwater in chemistry), I think it is probably safer to go with primary sources whose focus is these elements.

Unrelated to Dlgkstmf ar1103, I am curious about the classification of Be and Mg as "その他の金属" ("other metals", I assume), outside of the alkaline earth metals. This was so even before Dlgkstmf ar1103's and my edits; it is a very interesting classification! Is this a traditional classification in Japanese chemistry books, for example? I would like to know more about this, especially since Be is certainly a chemically weak metal and Mg shows a little of this chemical weakness as well.

Finally, I apologise for my reverts that were, to be honest, edit warring, even though I tried to make efforts to discuss the changes on the talk page (my concerns were removed, as they were in English, though I restored them once as I was not aware of this page yet; what I wrote above is similar). I will not engage in this in future. I would also like to thank Y-dash for alerting me to the existence of this page. Double sharp会話) 2015年11月28日 (土) 12:19 (UTC)

While our guidelines recommend users to use Japanese for discussions, removing comments that are not in the language is not one of the accepted reasons to edit or delete others' comments and your comments have been restored. I would reserve my judgement on the scientific accuracy of a Newton Press mook, but I would say that the publisher specializes in scientific publications for laypeople (think Scientific American). Not that I have anything against science magazines for the mass (I think they're awesome), but there are other sources we can pull classifications from. For now, I will stop here. Double sharp, thank you for posting here and bringing these edits to my attention. --朝彦会話) 2015年12月8日 (火) 05:19 (UTC) Edit: typo fix 朝彦会話) 2015年12月8日 (火) 05:34 (UTC)

Example request for image permission in Japanese[編集]

Hello, I would need the example request for image permission in Japanese language translated from this section: en:Wikipedia:Example requests for permission#Informal (images). Could you help me with this, please? --snek01会話) 2015年12月1日 (火) 17:37 (UTC)

List of loan words in Japanese[編集]

Hi! Do you guys know where can I find a complete listing of loan words in the Japanese language (gairaigo)? The only reliable one I can find (click) is incomplete. Sillent DX会話) 2015年12月22日 (火) 15:46 (UTC)

Hi, Sillent DX. according to 『現代言語学辞典』[7], gairai-go(外来語) means foreign word. loan word/ loanword corresponds to hakuyo-go(借用語)[8].
you can't have complete listing because so many words are adopted to japanese language. i found some resources;
  • professor in Yamagata Univ. [9] published "Loanwords in Japanese"[10]
  • A study on Adopted Words on Nutritional Science (part1)[11]pt2pt3pt4, A Study on Adopted Words in the Social Welfare (part 1)[12]pt2
  • A Quantitative Research on the Increase of the Taisho Period Loanwords[13]
  • [14](National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics)
--Ks aka 98会話) 2015年12月22日 (火) 17:39 (UTC)
Hi, as explained by Ks aka 98, there is no complete list of contemporary Japanese loan words. However, the Center for Corpus Development at the National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics offers full lexical items of their contemporary written Japanese corpus (N.B. the corpus is processed with the strong aid of their word dividing software, which often fails to analysis proper lemmata). You can create own loan word list from the list.
The center provides the full list and the list of the lemmata that has more than two examples in the corpus. (cf. . To learn about the corpus, see their English site.)
Unzip and run the following perl one-liner, then you can get somewhat accurate complete list of Japanese loand words.
perl -CS -Mutf8 -F'\t' -nale 'print $F[2] if $F[5] eq q(外);' < BCCWJ_frequencylist_luw_ver1_0.tsv > gairaigo.tsv
perl -CS -Mutf8 -F'\t' -nale 'print $F[2] if $F[5] eq q(外);' < BCCWJ_frequencylist_luw2_ver1_0.tsv > gairaigo2.tsv
Good luck ;-) Kzhr会話) 2015年12月23日 (水) 07:57 (UTC)
Also note that the basic unit of the lemmata provided here is 'long unit word'; the definition of LUW is provided here. Kzhr会話) 2015年12月24日 (木) 02:39 (UTC)

en:Philmont Scout Ranch[編集]

Can a Japanese speaker who knows a lot about Scouting please create this article on the Japanese Wikipeda with the title being transliterated? Thanks. Philmonte101会話) 2015年12月25日 (金) 21:11 (UTC)

Do you know if it's common for Japanese people to go to this place? Of course any notable subject is eligible for an article on JAwiki. Personally I try to focus on subjects that are likely to be of interest to a JAwiki audience. If you can find evidence that it's popular with Japanese people and/or a reliable source about this place in Japanese that would be great. WhisperToMe会話) 2016年2月9日 (火) 21:36 (UTC)

Okinawan wiki project うちなーぐち版(沖縄語)のウィキペディアプロジェクト[編集]

Hello! I am the current administrator of the Okinawan wikipedia project still hosted at the wikimedia incubator, available here:

Right now, we are currently looking for potential contributors, as we are trying now to focus more on the quality of the articles, rather than the quantity. If you are interested, then you are welcome to join!

--Patronus95会話) 2015年12月26日 (土) 12:45 (UTC)

Translating Shintoism-related articles into Telugu[編集]

Hello! I am interested in translating Japanese Shinto scripture articles into Telugu as well as translating Telugu literature articles into Japanese. I would be most grateful if someone who speaks Japanese might guide me. Thank you! Svabhiman会話) 2015年12月28日 (月) 17:33 (UTC)


Hello. My name is Gnosis from fa.wikipedia. I was hoping someone would be kind enough to translate en:Still Life with Head-Shaped Vase and Japanese Woodcut and en:Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art into Japanese language. Reading this article might also be useful. Thank You or Domo Arigato. --Gnosis会話) 2015年12月29日 (火) 00:31 (UTC)

Woodworking terms help[編集]

If someone can come help at en:Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Japan#Translation help, that would be great. I don't know these woodworking (木工) terms. Thank you! ···日本穣 · 投稿 · Talk to Nihonjoe 2016年1月9日 (土) 21:07 (UTC)

Japanese pronunciation of the word "スキャンダル"[編集]

May I ask how do you guys pronunce the word "スキャンダル"? sɯkjandaɽɯ, sɯ̥kjandaɽɯ (is the first "u" voiceless?) or something completely different? Any chance that a native Japanese speaker could record it and upload it to Commons? Sillent DX会話) 2016年1月14日 (木) 18:39 (UTC)

The first "u" is voiceless in standard Japanese. You can hear native pronunciation at スキャンダル and 愛人スキャンダル on Forvo. --Ryota7906会話) 2016年1月20日 (水) 13:20 (UTC)
Thanks! Sillent DX会話) 2016年1月21日 (木) 08:32 (UTC)

a crowdcontribution to Wikipedias 15th birthday[編集]

PAGEID: 3274232 · links here · purge ↺ · section=0 · REVISIONID: 59518381 · permanent link

Dear friends! Wikipedia versions is a Wikidata approach to display additional information to special:SiteMatrix. Nevertheless the titles and descriptions of the Wikidata items need translations in many languages. Maybe you can spend some minutes to add a few translations today. Best regards I18n会話) 2016年1月15日 (金) 06:55 (UTC)

WMF projects - translation of Wikidata labels and descriptions[編集] links here
lang=ja : ?lang=ja&props=31,218,219,220,506,1406&q=claim[1800]日本語

Dear friends! Today is Wikipedias 15th birthday. I want to let you know that the number of d:Wikidata:Database reports/WMF projects there is also the page Wikipedia versions has increased to more then 409. The list contains pages from Wikibook project pages to Wikiversity and Wiktionary project pages. You may be interested in adding Wikidata labels and descriptions in your language. Only a few, maybe five. Please follow also the discussion at d:property talk:P218 and comment there.
Maybe you can translate this and use it somewhere: If this is your first edit at wikidata: First go to Wikipedia_versions?setlang=ja. This will select the interface language for you. Then open the label links you want to translate in a new browser tab for each link. You should see an edit button and you should be able to insert the label in the corresponding field using a click/doubleklick. Same for the description and alias. Save your changes and go to another label link from the main list. Good luck!
Best regards Gangleri also aka I18n会話) 2016年1月15日 (金) 06:55 (UTC) / I18n会話) 2016年1月15日 (金) 09:15 (UTC)

1,000,000 articles[編集]

Congratulations for reaching 1,000,000 articles, but you should create a commemorative logo for this like there have been in other Wikipedias: Wikipedia-logo-vLL1-sv-1M.svg Wikipedia-logo-es-millon-vector.svg


I don't think anybody is interested. I, for that matter, am personally against such practices. They violate our visual identity guidelines. 朝彦会話) 2016年1月25日 (月) 12:59 (UTC)
I think altered logos generally violate the visual identity guidelines, but not commemoratve logos for cases like this. Anyway, contact other users to know if commemorative logos violate it. 2016年1月25日 (月) 15:44 (UTC)

Japanese going to Guam: Photo requests?[編集]

Are any JAWiki users planning to visit Guam anytime soon? If so there are some Wikipedia-related photo requests I like: namely the Japanese School of Guam

Thanks WhisperToMe会話) 2016年2月8日 (月) 08:38 (UTC)

AFD on EN Wiki: Haruka Kohara[編集]

Does anyone know any Japanese sources about en:Haruka Kohara (小原春香)? They may be good to bring up in en:Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Haruka Kohara. I would really like to have more sources about this figure.

Thank you WhisperToMe会話) 2016年2月18日 (木) 05:41 (UTC)

Fuji Shibazakura Festival[編集]


I'm seeking some information about the Fuji Shibazakura Festival, also known as the Fuji Moss Pink Festival. Could you please help me by telling me whether there is a article on this topic in the Japanese Wikipedia? Or whether an article about another topic mentions this festival?

Furthermore, could you please counsel me on the reliability of the following sources?

Namely, can an article found on one of these two websites be considered reliable? Could these sites serve as references in a Wikipedia article?

Thanks a lot, --LouCeriseV3会話) 2016年3月11日 (金) 12:55 (UTC)

Hi, the article on the Fuji Shibazakura Festival (富士芝桜まつり) has not been made yet, but the articles that mention it exist like 富士河口湖町. I think that the two websites you show here are reliable enough to cite as sources for an article of Wikipedia. --QuirkyQuidnuncY会話) 2016年3月11日 (金) 14:05 (UTC)
Hi, your answer helps me very mutch ! thanks a lot .^__^.--LouCeriseV3会話) 2016年3月12日 (土) 07:10 (UTC)
Hi, LouCeriseV3. I will use below If I try to make that article.
Self-published sources (official website) (official website) (press release) (yamanashi tourism organization)
News sources --StrangeMist (StrangeSnow / Talk) 2016年3月12日 (土) 08:02 (UTC)
Hi, Wow! that's great, all these links! Thank you very much for your help :) LouCeriseV3会話) 2016年3月13日 (日) 18:19 (UTC)

Need to cite these links[編集]

Hello, I'm a new user, who previously created the ぼくらベアベアーズ article. I want to cite these links: the article. I'm a little unclear on how to cite links here, especially Twitter posts. Could someone please give me a quick, thorough rundown? Thank you in advance.--事典戦隊ウィキペジャー会話) 2016年3月19日 (土) 16:33 (UTC)

Merge request[編集]

Can someone merge カントリー・ガールズ and カントリー娘。? It's the same band, the first one is the new name. Mbch331会話) 2016年3月20日 (日) 09:00 (UTC)

Question about removing comments from one's own talk page[編集]

Hi. I have a quick question. I was under the impression that one user can remove talk page comments from their own talk page at their own discretion like the English Wikipedia (which I am a regular of), but removing these might lead to a block, so is this true? Also, I'm mostly familiar with how talk pages work and I do speak some Japanese, but is it necessary to keep messages and notices on your own talk page? Thanks, Sjones23会話) 2016年4月9日 (土) 14:52 (UTC)

Please help translate an important announcement for this wiki[編集]

Please see Wikipedia:ビジュアルエディター/フィードバック#The_visual_editor_will_be_enabled_on_this_wiki_in_early_May. Any help in spreading the word is appreciated. Thank you and happy editing, --Elitre (WMF)会話) 2016年4月27日 (水) 18:44 (UTC)