This topic contains packages for typesetting Japanese.
Boxes and picture macros with Japanese vertical writing support.
Babel support for Japanese.
BX bundle base components.
Typeset Japanese with pdfLaTeX and CJK.
Dummy text in Japanese.
Adjust the position of parentheses at paragraph head.
Japanese document class collection for all major engines.
CJK language support.
Chinese/Japanese/Korean bitmap fonts.
Adjust locations and kerning of CJK punctuation marks.
Fix JFM (for *pTeX).
Generate Japanese-style crop marks.
Check if the engine is pTeX or one of its derivatives.
IPA (Japanese) fonts.
IPAex fonts converted to Type-1 format Unicode subfonts.
Advanced font selection for platex and its friends.
Support for Japanese OTF files in upLaTeX.
Font maps and configuration tools for Japanese fonts.
Japanese document class based on requirements for Japanese text layout.
Classes tailored for use with Japanese.
Kana parser for LuaTeX.
Typeset Japanese with Lua(La)TeX.
Extend math family up to 256 for pLaTeX/upLaTeX/Lamed.
Bottom placement option for double float in two column mode (nidan-kumi).
Bibliography styles and miscellaneous files for pBibTeX.
pLaTeX2ε and miscellaneous macros for pTeX.
pLaTeX standard tools bundle.
A TeX system for publishing in Japanese.
Convert Japanese TeX documents to PDF.
Plain TeX format and documents for pTeX and e-pTeX.
Font maps and configuration tools for Japanese/Chinese/Korean fonts with (u)ptex.
Macro and other extensions for use with PTeX.
Tools for use with (u)pLaTeX.
Japanese font setup for pLaTeX and upLaTeX.
LaTeX interface for the CJK category codes of upTeX.
Hyperref support for pLaTeX.
Ruby annotations according to JIS X 4051.
Patch to graphics driver for scaling in vertical direction of pTeX.
Emulate non-Unicode Japanese fonts using Unicode fonts.
pLaTeX2ε and miscellaneous macros for upTeX.
Unicode version of pTeX.
Support for CJK documents in XeLaTeX.
Fallback CJK font support for xeCJK.
Set up Japanese font families for XeLaTeX.
Standard conforming typesetting of Japanese, for XeLaTeX.