Tetsuji Morohashi (諸橋 轍次? Morohashi Tetsuji, June 4, 1883 – December 8, 1982) was an important figure in the field of Japanese language studies and Sinology. He is best known as chief editor of the Dai Kan-Wa jiten, a comprehensive dictionary of Chinese characters, or kanji.
Morohashi's father was also a scholar of Chinese and was a lover of the poetry of Su Shi. His name, Tetsuji, is derived from the name of Su Shi's brother Zhe (轍, Japanese: Tetsu) and the suffix "ji" (Chinese: 次; pinyin: cì; literally: "sub-, secondary").
- Great Chinese-Japanese Dictionary (大漢和辭典? Dai Kan-Wa jiten) (Great Chinese-Japanese Dictionary) Morohashi Tetsuji, ed. Tōkyō: Taishūkan shoten 大修館書店 .
- 1943: Vol. I
- 1955-1960: Vol. I revised & Vols. II-XIII.