I have a collection of Japanese magazines and books that I use to aid my learning. I am usually able to find the kanji without issue but this one is a doozie. The images are huge so I don't want to embed them as they'll take up the whole screen:
Image 1: https://content.screencast.com/users/RichardPressler/folders/Jing/media/b99bd4ec-1d33-4f5c-849b-da6dcfddf52e/00000769.png
Image 2: https://content.screencast.com/users/RichardPressler/folders/Jing/media/5c7a52a6-4cb3-49fa-82e1-6ae8481c8d24/00000770.png
I've tried using the Google Translate app's kanji drawing capability. Usually, it will find me the kanji, then I can copy/paste the typed character into jisho.org. However, this one is so complex and kind of hard to identify every stroke against the background in the magazine, so I think I'm making mistakes drawing it that prevent the app from correctly identifying it.
I also tried using jisho.org's radical search to no avail. I'm still quite rusty identifying radicals in 10+ stroke kanji.
I even poured over every kanji listed in Wikipedia's kanji page between 14 and 16 strokes several times and could not find it.
I was hoping someone here might be able to identify it and just type it into the forum so I can plug it into jisho.org and go from there :emoji_smile: