Moji no Mihon Font Identification Guide

Price:
USD $35.00 postpaid (international shipping included)
Designers:
Yukimasa Matsuda, Shoji Sugimoto
Publisher:
Seibundo Shinkosha
Categories:
Publications

Moji no Mihon is the ultimate guide to identifying Japanese fonts in the digital age! This 280-page softcover book includes specimens of key characters of hundreds of Japanese fonts so that you can identify type on the fly!

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The book is wrapped in this super-duper cute obi of some kids being chased by a ghostly moji (Japanese character)—don’t be haunted! Find that font!

Softcover: 280 pages
Dimensions: 148 x 20 x 210 mm

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