Msg#: 3651429 posted 9:30 am on May 20, 2008 (gmt 0)
A lot of Windows packages these days come with quite a few things included, like fonts that support Unicode characters. It's highly likely that you have this installed already. It's not always necessary to install a specific Japanese font to read Japanese these days. Unicode fonts can cover a number of character sets.
If you want to see the character support of a Unicode font in Windows you can access the font's Character Map like this: