When you’ve sucked out all the inspiration from Japanese packaging design feasted your eyes on Japanese branding and brilliant animation projects you’re now mentally ready to immerse yourself into the diversity of Japanese fonts. You’ll discover free and premium pieces, coming with their exclusive story, hidden in each character, alternate and glyph. Be sure to fall in love with the typographic manifestation of this culture, ‘cause we already did!
Our Team’s Top Pick
Osake — Japanese Font
UNGAI — Faux Japanese Font
Hiro Misake Brush Japanese Font
Hiro Misake is one of the other Japanese calligraphy fonts made with a brush in a traditional Japanese style that made using the real brush pen. Just look at the strokes that are so natural in their little imperfections. This typography is great for apparel, branding, logos, quotes, packaging, advertising, and more, which needs the Japanese brush style involved.
Kyoto — Japanese Display Typeface
Kamikaze Font Family
Kayooh Japanese Display Typeface
Kayooh is a bold and solid display font that has a Japanese traditional feeling and suits any Japanese-related design causes. Kayooh is perfect for branding projects, logos, wedding designs, social media posts, advertisements, product packaging, product designs, photography, invitations, stationery and any projects that need handwriting taste.