Wikipedia: Index is an index of articles in the Japanese version of Wikipedia.
Wikipedia: The index deals with all "articles" in principle. In addition, Help: "Pages that are in the article namespace but are not included in the article" in what is an article, "Pages for disambiguation" and "Pages used for redirects" are also covered. will do.
The item name to be listed in the index is limited to the item name for which the article exists. Do not use pipes even if the item name is not official.
Please note that the index creation work is done manually and is not applied in real time (incomplete). If you notice such a point (such as an article but not in the index), feel free to modify it like any other page.
The numbers in parentheses are phonetic spellings. All readings in the index are written in hiragana.
Use "ゔ" to read "v".
If the article name is only hiragana or katakana, the reading kana will be omitted.
If the same readings as in the upper row are continuous, you can abbreviate it with (equal), but do not use a perforated reading pseudonym that abbreviates only the hiragana part with- (hyphen).
The classification may be described in  and a link may be made to an article such as a list. However, the details of the classification are undecided, and there are many that have not been added.
The classification of the ambiguity avoidance page is "[Ambiguity avoidance]" if the item name has "(Ambiguity avoidance)", and if it does not have "(Ambiguity avoidance)".
Redirection is represented using the "⇒" or "←" arrows. The source of the arrow is the redirect, and the tip of the arrow is the redirect destination article.
As a general rule, use "⇒" and set it as "redirect ⇒ article".
If the reading (index position) is the same as the redirected article in the redirect to indicate the alternative notation or notation fluctuation, "Article ← Redirect 1, Redirect 2, ..." is set and the same line as the article. I will summarize it in. In this case, you can enumerate multiple redirects separated by ",".
In either case, insert one half-width space before and after the arrow.
As a general rule, the order of the index is the alphabetical order of reading kana. However, please note the following points.
Dakuon and handakuon are equated with Kiyone, and if they are the same word when they are equated, the order is Kiyone → Handakuon → Handakuon.
"ゔ" is treated as "dakuon of" u "".
Small letters such as yoon and sokuon are equated with large letters, and if they are the same word when they are equated, the order is large letters → small letters.
Ignore the sound pull (long vowel "-"), and if the words are the same when ignored, the order is from no long vowel to with long vowel.
Please note the following points regarding symbols, numbers (Arabic numerals, Roman numerals), and alphabets (Roman alphabets).
These may be treated as characters rather than readings. Article names that include Arabic numerals / Roman numerals and are not read in the article (Arabic numerals / Roman numerals without the reading of hiragana, articles without the reading of the article name itself) are indexed. You can read in Arabic numerals. If you use Arabic numerals for reading, arrange them in ascending order of numbers in the position before kana reading (see Wikipedia: Index, Wikipedia: Index, etc.).