Japanese is an Asian language with a writing system more complicated than the Latin alphabet. Of Chinese origin, it uses two syllabaries and one ideograph script, possibly all in the same sentence.

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Can anyone help me identify this Japanese font?

It's used on the earthquake warnings. Here's an image: text: 緊急地震速報 (気象庁) I have searched all over Google and everything - it can't be found, which is why I am asking here. thanks in advance :)
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Is it offensive to mimic Japanese style typography? [closed]

I'm preparing a proposal for a Japanese company and have been asked to create a sign. I've been asked (by an American) to use a Japan-esque type of some sort on the signage. I would like to respect ...
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Help Identify the Japanese and Chinese Fonts as Pictured

I'm trying to identify the fonts used in the attached images. I suspect that the Japanese sample is a Dynacomware font, but I don't see a match on FontShop. I think it’s been discontinued by the ...
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Looking for a japanese font to match Garamond

Question: I'm currently taking a Japanese History course, and typing up (what I believe to be) a very pretty set of course notes. However, I'm having trouble finding an appropriate font. I'm currently ...
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A good web design book in Japanese

A question for the Japanese-speaking part of the Graphic Design society - is there a book on web design (mostly - non-technical aspects like usability) in Japanese that you could recommend? There is ...
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Suitable font for Japanese-language text in comic?

What's a suitable font for Japanese-language text in a western-style comic? Comic sans serif doesn't seem to handle Japanese. (I deliberately chose it in part to be contrarian, and in part because it ...