Yorimichi Hata
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Yorimichi Hata (秦順途. created the account in 23 December 2006 UTC 21:50)is a Japanese Wikipedian. Written my name in Japanese, I am often mistaken for a Chinese person.

Excuse me to write this page in broken English.


  • 23 December 2006 - created this account.
  • 4 March 2009 - edit a Japanese article at the first time.
  • 5 March 2009 - translated an article at the first time(Surface Wave from English into Japanese.)
  • 24 February 2010 - created Japanese editing user page.
  • 15 April 2010 - started to use Babel and user box in my Japanese page.
  • 29 April 2010 - united user boxes in my Japanese page and stop to use Babels.
  • 25 July 2010 - created this page.


I edit articles in Japanese, but take part in no project as of 24 July 2010.

I edit Japanese articles on the following line because easier for Japanese speakers to search Japanese articles.

  • add the sort keys in hiragana to the articles that has no keys.
  • categorize articles that don't categorized.

So I have some questions that some sort keys from a kanji and the guideline to create a category(more than 20 articles in a category) as the background of the former (although I don't understand any local rule.)