The stable branch of KinoSearch (0.165) doesn't handle UTF-8 properly. You need the dev branch for that (0.20_01 and above). For Asian languages, you absolutely need UTF-8, or support for native encodings like Shift-JIS.
Tokenizing is also quite a challenge for Asian languages, particularly Japanese, and KinoSearch doesn't have a dedicated CJK tokenizer class or anything like that. It's on the todo list, but not very high -- I'm more concerned with making sure that the framework will allow others to write high-performance KSx extensions than with writing everything myself.
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