There are two ways to install Japanese fonts on Windows XP, automatic install and manual install. Whether the Language Pack is prepared on the hard disk or not depends on your computer's manufacturer. You can view Japanese, Chinese and Korean after installing this language pack. It is not possible to install Japanese fonts only.
Install East Asian Languages Support on Windows XP Without the CD | East Asia Student
Click on the one labeled "Languages". Click the checkbox on for "Install files for East Asian languages". After these files have installed click the "Details" button and move to Step 3 explained on this page. Scroll down and select "Japanese". If you do not see Japanese as an option make sure you completed Step 2 on this page. It is recommended that you keep default input language as English. After you add a Japanese keyboard the window should look like the graphic below.
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I also made a Windows Vista here. In other words this allows you to add Chinese, Korean, Japanese, ect characters to Windows XP so that you can read and write in those characters. This will work for any Windows XP, it will not work for Vista or Windows 7 since the files are different, and the options are in different locations. Download Here. Start by opening the Start menu and clicking Control Panel.