Celebs with Japanese Tattoo, Strength In Japanese Kanji

Nowadays, You can find so many famous celebs with Kanji Tattoos. I realized that they really like Mincho (Serif) fonts for kanji. If you are interested in Mincho fonts, Please visit the page to see our font gallery.     Japanese Kanji translation & design   The ultimate guide to Japanese typography     Megan …

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The ultimate guide to Japanese typography

  “Typography expresses hierarchy and brand presence.” Japanese type properties     Elements of Typefaces: ascender, baseline, cap height, descender, serif, stem, stroke, x-height, Width Association of elements of Latin and Japanese font Elements of Latin font Cap height/x-height Width Stroke Contrast of weight Counter Serif Elements of Japanese font Jiko Jihaba Gasen Senhaba no …

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Japanese Kanji Calligraphy – Akira Kurosawa’s movie “RAN”

One of the best samurai movie ever directed by Akira Kurosawa. As Kurosawa’s last epic, Ran has often been cited as among his finest achievements and is widely regarded as one of the greatest films ever made. Do you see the red kanji calligraphy?  It says “RAN”.     If you like the calligraphy font …

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Japanese Kanji calligraphy Fonts for Cherry blossom

  I’ve created a Japanese kanji symbol, Sakura (Cherry Blossom). From the end of March to early April, cherry trees bloom all over Japan. The cherry blossom (sakura) has been celebrated in Japan for many centuries and holds a very particular place in Japanese culture. In Japan, cherry blossoms symbolize clouds due to their nature …

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Japanese Kanji Symbols for FUROSHIKI design

Fish “Furoshiki” which contains various fish for Sushi, written in Japanese Kanji and Hiragana. Furoshiki are a type of traditional Japanese wrapping cloth traditionally used to transport clothes, gifts, or other goods. The design of the print can vary. The Nihonga painter Inshō Dōmoto designed fabrics. Initially, they were designs that did not use many …

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