Photoshop Elements provides several options for working with Asian type. Asian fonts are often referred to as double-byte fonts or CJK fonts, meaning Chinese, Japanese, and Korean fonts.
Show Asian Text Options to display Asian type options.
Show Font Names in English to display Asian font names in English.
Tsume reduces the space around a character (but not the character itself) by a specified percentage value. When tsume is added to a character, spacing around both sides of the character is reduced by an equal percentage.
An em box is a space whose height and width roughly correspond to the width of the letter “M” (also called a mutton).
Tate‑chuu‑yoko (also called kumimoji and renmoji) is a block of horizontal type laid out within a vertical type line.
Mojikumi determines spacing between punctuation, symbols, numbers, and other character classes in Japanese type. When mojikumi is on, half-width spacing is applied to these characters.