About Tokyo Font
We are introducing a font called Tokyo Font. Tokyo is a bold sans serif font that has the dual nature of both outlined and solid. The main copyright of this font preserve by Stephensonblake & co. Richard Austin design this typeface in the year 1788. So, this is an ancient font.
The outline font mechanically offsets, making it undoubtedly simple to layer those fonts together perfectly. Duplicate your “Regular” layer and switch the setting to “Outline,” The type will automatically offset up and to the right for you!
Tokyo Font is a perfect designer typeface with a beautiful accent that will be an excellent choice for shows, headers, invitations, save the dates, weddings, and a lot more. You can use this font and pair it with Lazer font.
Tokyo Font is free for personal use. But for commercial use, you need to purchase the commercial version. It would be an excellent choice for creative work and marketing designs. So, this font is great for any project of yours. You can generate this font with many online font generators. For more details, please check below. Thanks.
You can easily use this typeface in various projects and sectors like animating logos, office branding, Title sequences, end credits, app design, postcards, flyers, theme design, magazines, etc.
Tokyo Font View
Below you can see the typefaces style view for more understanding of this font’s characters.
Tokyo is a free typeface that you can use in your projects but requires a commercial project license for purchasing.
|File Format||OTF, TTF|
|Font Licence||Free For Commercial Use.|
Download Tokyo Font
You can download the font from our website in zip format. After downloading, you need to unzip the file for using the font on your PC or M
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Tokyo Font Includes
- Tokyo Regular
- Tokyo Italic
- Tokyo Condensed
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Tokyo Font Type
Tokyo is a sans serif font designed and presented by Richard Austin, which is also the most liked font.
Could I download and Use Tokyo Font on My Pc and Mac?
Yes! It’s a free font, and you can download the font and use it on your computer. For commercial use, please buy a license.
Can I Use Tokyo font for My Designs?
Yes, you can use this font to design your logo and banners or any other graphic design project.
What’s the Closest Font to Tokyo?
The closest Tokyo font match is The Nordica Classic Light Font.
How to Install Tokyo Font in Adobe, Ms. Word, Mac, or PC?
Check this link for installing the font in windows pc and software.
Check this link for installing the font in MAC os and software.