About the Mikan Font
A couple of years ago, I walked the Kumano Kodo pilgrimage trail in Japan. At the start of the walk, I stayed in a nice guesthouse in Tanabe city, which lies in Wakayama prefecture. I wouldn’t mention all of this, if it didn’t have something to do with the font name: Wakayama prefecture is THE mandarin orange (Mikan) growing area of Japan and the owner of the guesthouse had just picked a bagful of mikan, which he shared with me.
So, I had to think of that when I made this font.
Mikan is a nice, rounded family of fonts. Both styles come with alternative a’s (and accented a’s), which some people prefer for children’s books.
Note From the Designer
This is the demo, bare bones, version of Mikan. It is free for personal use ONLY. If you are going to use it commercially, buy the full version, which comes with kerning, embedding rights, all glyphs (including the 4 & 5) and extras from my site: www.hanodedfonts.com. You CANNOT use this font in games, apps, or software or on YouTube. If you want a license for that, buy one from my site www.hanodedfonts.com or read the FAQ file included in the zip.
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