# Show japanese in xterm

Japanese letter is sometimes shown in incorrect way on xterm. In case that you use ubuntu with Japanese font. Here, I introduce how I made it available to show Japanese letter. (The way is also available for uxterm.)

Launching xterm with some option solves the problem. So, change xterm command on menu. If you use LXDE or Gnome etc., you can change menu with property window opened by right-clicking the menu. On the dialog, change the command to xterm -fwb Sans, then wide bold letter displayed in Sans font,
Then I was ready to change menu and changed the execution command of “Terminal emulator” in ~/.config/openbox/menu.xml to xterm launching command with options.