This is what I want to do:
I have a large Anki collection (over 20,000 notes of Japanese vocabulary). I want to add Japanese pitch/accent information to each note.
Possible solutions? I have no idea how to do it, but I know of an Anki addon (here) which partially does this, but it is buggy and its source data is not complete at all. I know that there are online resources like Weblio which display a number corresponding to pitch/accent patterns. But I don't know how to synthesize the various resources in order to get that data into my collection.
In theory, what would I need to be able to bulk-add pronunciation meta-data to a large list of notes?
I have since discovered that the github repository does in fact contain a file with pitch/accent on a very large number of words. The problem is that unless the search term is identical, it does not append that data. For example, if 監督 is in the source data, it will not write the pitch/accent to an Anki note with 監督する because the terms are not identical.
So the pitch/accent data is available. But I still have no idea how to manipulate that data to enable a bulk-add to an Anki collection, while avoiding the problem described above.