Buildings and Under the Railway Tracks
Buildings and Under the Railway Tracks (ビルの谷間と高架下) is probably the longest name for a Japanese font that I’ve ever seen. It’s a display style font with moderately thick weight, and giving a sense of cuteness with its variety of sizes and cutely designed characters.
The font comes with the common Japanese characters like hiragana, katakana, and about 1000 most appeared kanji characters based on a research from the Japanese Agency for Cultural Affairs. You may download the font for free and use it for commercial purposes.
- Free for personal and commercial projects
- Checked the font licensing document for more information
- Hiragana and Katakana
- Kanji (About 1000 common characters)
- Symbols and Punctuations