Acchi Kocchi Kindergarten I mean the font of the biggest purple letters.

It says あっちこっち幼稚園

I've searched in google and Whatthefont with no results.

Point to look at:

  • The hiraganas あ and こ have arrows added.
  • I don't think whatthefont supports Japanese characters. Try en.likefont.com instead. It can find some fonts which are close, but not an exact match. Perhaps it's not a font - it could be a custom design, or the characters could have been modified. Not everything is a font! – Billy Kerr Mar 7 '18 at 10:40

The logo uses a font タカライン created by Shin'ichi Takahara, with roundedness and other necessary modification added. The kana and kanji also seem taken from different weights of the family, respectively.

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(example using タカライン H)


I checked the major japanese font makers (C&G, DynaCom, Fontworks, Iwata, Morisawa, Motoya, Screen, Typebank, VDL) catalogs, but couldn't find a match. Most probably it is a "design" (デサイン書体, not gothic or ゴシック) font, with some edge rounding. The arrows were most probably added later, because one of the main visual elements of the anime were arrows.

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