Tag: japan

Tokyo Taiyaki Font: The Artful Fusion of Oriental Aesthetics into Distinctive Typography

In the world of graphic and digital design, fonts play a monumental role. They form the backbone of the visual medium, often bridging the gap between the intent and interpretation of a design piece. Against this backdrop comes the Tokyo

Aokahori Font

Aokahori is a blackletter font design published by Allouse.Studio Published by Allouse.StudioDownload Aokahori


Meifan is inspired by Chinese New Year with traditional Chinese and scratch styles, making alphabet letters look like traditional Chinese letters. Meifan is perfect for use in designs that have traditional or modern Chinese style. We deliberately display it in

Yasashii Font

Inspired by Japanese cosmetic packaging from the early 1900’s, Yasashii makes for a beautiful Art Deco themed typeface. It’s thin lines and elegant curves even make it a perfect type choice for fashion projects of today. Published by Dharma TypeDownload

Shodo Gothic Font

Shodo Gothic is a mixture of western black letter typography and asian calligraphy. Published by Mirco ZettDownload Shodo Gothic

Kawaii RT Font

Based on Japanese, Kawaii-style graphics, Kawaii RT is a bubbly and rounded font design perfect for informal and children’s themed design projects. Published by RodrigoTypoDownload Kawaii RT

Momotaro Font

MomotarĊ is a Japanese legend about a boy who came to earth inside a giant peach. He was found by a childless woman and grew up to be a hero. I’m in a Japanese mood – mainly because lately I

Fengo Font

Fengo is a beautiful handlettering font inspired by Sino-Japanese and traditional Chinese hieroglyphic characters. As a result the font looks authentic and very friendly. It contains a wide range of features such as initials, finals, swashes, arrows, circled numerals. Fengo

Itoya Font

Itoya is a contemporary sans serif font influenced by Western and Japanese ideologies. A fusion of modern machine-like functions with a warmer, emotional and more spiritual ethic. The marriage of a western precision and eastern expression forms a sharp functional

Cruller Font

Cruller is a display typeface that is based on a rare bit of lettering from a 1910 German lettering book. What was the inspiration for designing the font? I found the base lettering years ago in a specimen and scanned

Raker Font

Raker was born out of a love for retro science fiction aesthetics as evidenced in films like The Clone Returns Home, Moon,and Alien, while simultaneously being a text typeface with a humanist influence and solid spacing. The family includes 4

Diamond Ring Font

Diamond Ring is an Art Deco font inspired by Japanese designs for cosmetic packaging and posters used from the end of the 19th century to the early 20th. The most distinguishing characteristic is the diagonal parts of the glyphs. All