Are you a designer?

Yes?

Then, you will know that a font can add a dash of oomph to your design projects. No matter what your design project is, be it a pamphlet, brochure or even a poster. A font when chosen the right one can impact the overall textual content of your design project.

It’s not surprising to know that the designers are always on the hunt for the next stylish font that they can use for their design projects, plus it helps that there are many types of fonts scattered across multiple categories – sans serif, serif, display, geometric, playful, to name a few.

And out of them, there’s a category known as Asian fonts. Well, if you have always wanted to infuse an element of Asian culture to your design projects, then, nothing can get better than Asian fonts.

So, without any further ado, let’s go through the list of Asian fonts for you to use in your design projects. Oh, and by the way, did we mention that they are free to use?

Japperneese

Perfect to use in design projects that focus on posters, quotes or even logos. This font gives off an artistic vibe and infused with Japanese culture.

It is available in the TTF format.

Seven Swordsmen

Inspired by the Japanese samurai. This font gives off the look of characters that are created by a meticulous combination of both brush and ink.

Available in the popular version – TTF – this font is a perfect match to be used in logos, banner, and posters.

Chinese Takeaway

Inspired by the Chinese alphabet system. This font is a perfect example of a font that captures the spirit of the Chinese characters.

Available in TTF – this font is a match made in heaven for branding projects that focuses on book covers, banners, navigation headers, to name a few.

Almost Japanese Smooth

Inspired by the Japanese alphabet system, this font is modern and contemporary. It is suited for design projects that leans a bit more towards the design side.

Available in the TTF format. Also, this font features an outline font and is perfect for web banners, posters, to name a few.

Samurai Cab Co

Inspired by the Japanese samurai, this font is also an outlined font and thus, it’s perfect for use in logos, brochures, or even pamphlets – said differently, in any design projects that you want your audience to get enthralled.

The best part is that it’s available in the renowned TTF format and is free to use for any personal and commercial design projects.

Raging Red Lotus

Just like the name, this font takes its inspiration from the Asian culture – made to be light and eye-catching. This font, when used in design projects, can add a dose of depth and mystery.

Perfect to be used in branding projects, this font is available in the TTF format.

Awesome South Korea

As the name suggests, this font is inspired by the Korean culture, and as such, this font bears a striking resemblance to the Korean alphabets.

Best suited for branding projects. This font is a display font and can hence, comes with a balanced distribution of weight in the letters. It’s available in the TTF format and can be used for both personal and commercial projects.

Brushido

If you are looking for a hand-written Asian font, then, you are in the right place. Opt for this font – this font is created entirely by hand and that too, with a technique that utilizes the strokes of a brush pen.

And as such, this font captures all the perfect imperfections of a brush pen – it’s simple, yet earthy to look and hence, it makes for a perfect choice to be used in design projects that give off a hand-drawn vibe.

Far East

Another hand-drawn font, ‘Far East’ is a font that salutes the Asian culture, and hence, it’s created with the strokes that can only be created with a brush pen.

This font is available in the TTF format.

Gang of Three

If you are looking to create quotes and are on the hunt for an eye-catching Asian font, then, you are in for a treat.

Available in the TTF format, this font is a display font and hence, it’s a perfect choice to be used in quotations, plus, it can also be used as textual content in any posters, brochures or pamphlets.

Balinese Family

Inspired by the Balinese alphabet system. Furthermore, this font is a perfect example of the English alphabets that are created with the Balinese culture in mind.

A great choice to be used in any branding projects that lean towards the display side such as book covers, banners, posters and so on.

Kingthings Conundrum

Created with a real brush pen, this font gives off an energetic and natural vibe and looks more like a calligraphy font, and as such, this font is a great choice to be used in headings such posters, book cover titles, or even web banners.

Available in the TTF format, this font can complement any design project.

Ming Imperial

Inspired by the days long ago – Ming Dynasty. “Ming Imperial” font bores an uncanny resemblance to the Chinese alphabet system that we all know today.

Because of the intricate details, this font can be a useful arsenal for any design projects that are looking to amp up their heading section such as banners, posters, or even logos.

Konfuciuz

This font is light, yet it can be said that it is a bold font – that’s because when used in branding projects, this font can direct the readers’ eyes to it, and as such, this font can be used in design projects that focus on banners, brochures, or posters.

This font is available as a TTF font and is free to use for both commercial and personal projects.

Night in Tokyo

Inspired by the letters in the neon signs that are often in Tokyo during the nights. This font is a perfect example that tries to recapture the magic of the nights in Tokyo.

Perfect to be used in a heading or even logos, this font is available in the TTF format.

Noodle Soup

Modern yet hand-crafted – that’s what this font is all about. It suits design projects that focus on logos and headings.

Available in TTF format, this font consist of both uppercase and lowercase letters.

Pi Sheng

Unlike the name, this font is a simple font that consists of both uppercase and lowercase letters. Available in TTF format, this font is a must for use in design projects that calls for party invitations, brochures, pamphlets, and logos.

Pray for Japan

Inspired by the Japanese alphabet system, this font is dramatic yet mysterious and is created by brush strokes.

Despite being created by brush pen, this font is light and thus, is a good choice for branding projects.

Romaji Mincho

This font is inspired yet again, by Japanese culture, and thus, is made to look modern but it is infused with a hand-drawn element.

Available in TTF format, this font is a perfect choice for use in design projects that focuses on logos, pamphlets or any headings of any kind.

Shojumaru

A font that is truly inspired by the Asian culture – Japanese alphabet system – that’s what this font is.

Made available in TTF format, this font comes with uppercase and lowercase letters and is a great choice to be used in headings such as web banners, or even for design projects such as logos, posters, pamphlets.

Nuku Nuku

Looking for a simple display typeface?

Opt for this font – it’s created with a real brush pen and thus, it has a hand-drawn feel and will lend the same feel to your design projects.

Osaka

This is Asian font, no doubt about it, but it’s sans serif font – and this makes it a great choice to be used in design projects that focuses on creating logos that catch the viewers’ eyes at the first glance.

It’s available in the TTF format.

Rave Heart

Also an Asian font, this font leans more towards the display type – and hence, is a great choice to be used in brochures and pamphlets.

Consisting of both uppercase and lowercase letters, this font is available in TTF format.

Siamese Katsong

Full of intricate details and pleasing to the eye, this font is a display font. It consists of both uppercase and lowercase letters along with special characters and numerals and is a must to be used in any branding projects.

Spring Rolls

If you are looking for a cute and bubble Asian font, this font has to be it – consisting of both lowercase and uppercase letters, this font is a must to be used in any design projects that focuses on kids such storybooks, posters or even birthday invitations.

StangenD

A display font, this font is inspired by the Japanese street posters, and thus, it looks like it’s created entirely a brush pen.

A great choice to be used in branding projects, this font consists of both uppercase and lowercase letters with various special characters and numerals thrown in.

Tagalogika

This font is modern yet it has a minimalistic feel to it. If your design project leans more towards the typography, this font will be a great choice.

Perfect for logos, book cover titles, brochures. Also, this font includes both uppercase and lowercase letters and is available in TTF format.

Tachi

Inspired by the Japanese writing style that is created with a brush pen, this font, too, bears the resemblance of letters that are created with a brush pen.

Available in TTF format, this font can be used for logos or any headings that need to be eye-catching.

Hirosh

Inspired by the Japanese culture of the yesteryear’s. This font looks like it’s been created entirely by hand and by a brush pen.

Having the appearance of cubes (this font looks like multiple squares arranged in a row!). This font consists of both uppercase and lowercase letters, with numerals and punctuation marks.

Fortune Cookie

This font is modern yet it gives off a minimalistic vibe – perfect to be used in logos or even web banners, or say, portfolio books and pamphlets, this font comes with both uppercase and lowercase letters.

It’s available in TTF format.

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