Mona Font
Mona Font is a Japanese proportional font for the X Window System, derived from the Shinonome raster font family. It aims to represent Shift JIS art graphics properly, almost all of which require the ...
Mona Font - Wikipedia
List of CJK Unified Ideographs, Extension A
CJK Unified Ideographs Extension-A is a Unicode block containing rare Han ideographs.
Kochi font
Kochi font (東風フォント) was a font development project to build free replacements of proprietary fonts such as MS Gothic or MS Mincho, developed by Yasuyuki Furukawa (古川 泰之). The project consisted of Koch...
Mojikyo
Mojikyo (文字鏡, Mojikyō) is a set of computer software and fonts for enhanced logogram word-processing. As of October 2002, it collected 126,560/142,228 characters (CD-ROM/WWW version). Among th...
Imitation Song
Imitation Song is a style of Chinese typefaces modeled after a type style in Lin'an in the Southern Song Dynasty. They are technically a type of regular script typeface.
The name of this kind of t...
Imitation Song - Wikipedia
Microsoft JhengHei
Microsoft JhengHei is a sans-serif typeface included in Windows Vista and later and Microsoft Office 2007. It follows the Standard Form of National Characters prescribed by the Ministry of Education o...
List of CJK fonts
This is a list of notable CJK fonts (computer fonts which contain a large range of Chinese/Japanese/Korean characters). These fonts are primarily sorted by their typeface, the main classes being "with...
List of CJK fonts - Wikipedia
Edomoji
Edomoji (江戸文字 : えどもじ) are Japanese lettering styles, which were invented for advertising in the Edo period. The main styles of Edomoji include Kanteiryū, Yosemoji, Kagomoji, Higemoji, Chōchin...
Edomoji - Wikipedia
Ming (typefaces)
Ming or Song is a category of typefaces used to display Chinese characters, which are used in the Chinese, Japanese, and Korean languages. They are currently the most common style of type in print for...
Ming (typefaces) - Wikipedia
WenQuanYi
WenQuanYi (simplified Chinese: 文泉驿; traditional Chinese: 文泉驛; pinyin: Wénquányì; aka: Spring of Letters) is an open-source project of Chinese computer fonts licensed under GNU General Publ...
Regular script
Regular script (simplified Chinese: 楷书; traditional Chinese: 楷書; pinyin: kǎishū; Hepburn: kaisho), also called 正楷 (pinyin: zhèngkǎi), 真書 (zhēnshū), 楷體 (kǎitǐ) and 正書 (zhèngshū), is the...
Regular script - Wikipedia
Malgun Gothic
Malgun Gothic (맑은 고딕) is a Korean sans-serif typeface developed by Sandoll Communications, with hinting by Monotype Imaging, as a replacement of Dotum and Gulim as the default system font for the Kore...
Malgun Gothic - Wikipedia
Meiryo
Meiryo (メイリオ, Meirio) is a Japanese sans-serif gothic typeface. Microsoft bundled Meiryo with Office Mac 2008 as part of the standard install, and it replaces MS Gothic as the default system ...
Meiryo - Wikipedia
Microsoft YaHei
Microsoft YaHei (Chinese: 微软雅黑; pinyin: Wēiruǎn Yǎhēi) is a sans-serif gothic typeface created by Founder Electronics and Monotype Corporation under commission from Microsoft. Hinting for the ...
Clerical script
The clerical script (simplified Chinese: 隶书; traditional Chinese: 隸書; pinyin: lìshū; Japanese: 隷書体, Reishotai), also formerly chancery script, is an archaic style of Chinese calligraphy wh...
Imitation Song typeface
Imitation Song is a style of Chinese typefaces modeled after a type style in Lin'an in the Southern Song Dynasty. They are technically a type of regular script typeface.
The name of this kind of t...
Imitation Song typeface - Wikipedia
East Asian sans-serif typeface
Gothic typefaces (simplified Chinese: 黑体; traditional Chinese: 黑體; pinyin: hēitǐ; Japanese: ゴシック体 goshikku-tai; Korean: 돋움 dotum, 고딕체 godik-che) are a type style characterised by strokes o...
East Asian sans-serif typeface - Wikipedia
East Asian gothic typeface
Gothic typefaces (simplified Chinese: 黑体; traditional Chinese: 黑體; pinyin: hēitǐ; Japanese: ゴシック体 goshikku-tai; Korean: 돋움 dotum, 고딕체 godik-che) are a type style characterised by strokes o...
East Asian gothic typeface - Wikipedia
Japanese typefaces
Shotai (書体) is the Japanese word for writing style and typeface. Shotai covers the calligraphic writing styles, such asas well as Japanese styles likeIt also includes Japanese typefaces such as
New Gulim
New Gulim (새굴림/SaeGulRim) is a sans-serif type Unicode font designed especially for the Korean-language script, designed by HanYang System Co., Limited (now Hanyang Information & Communications Co...