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comment Rhythmbox missing japanese/chinese/korean characters in the song titles
In that case, the issue isn't about fonts, but that the character isn't represented correctly in the tag. You will need to convert the strings from the current representation to UTF-8, if sufficient information remains in the original files to do so. You could try with iconv(1), for example iconv -f SJIS-WIN textfile to convert older Japanese files on Windows. Unfortunately, this is more complicated when dealing with media metadata, as the tag informaiton is not a text file. You may be able to extract the tags, but the process of extraction may corrupt the strings. Best of luck.
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This appears to be an exact duplicate of askubuntu.com/questions/37619/…
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