Kiro Font, A Softened Sans-Serif Type Family

The condensed Kiro font, a simple and softened sans-serif type family designed by Ryoichi Tsunekawa.

Ryoichi Tsunekawa is a Japanese type designer. He designed the Kiro font family in 2014 for his own type foundry Flat-it. Kiro is a condensed sans-serif family with a simple and softened shape. The complete Kiro font family consists of 12 styles including 6 weights (ranging from Thin to Extra Bold) plus matching Italics for each weight. Its balanced design as well as the diverse styles ensure a certain degree of flexibility for a broad range of typographical use such as headlines, titles, and body texts. A large large x-heights gives this typeface great legibility.

Kiro’s construction is based on a minimalized design by removing all unnecessary stems. Besides the clean geometric shapes, its subtle rounded corners make it a warm and friendly sans-serif font family, while the simple semi-modular design conveys a modern feel. Kiro’s extensive character set supports multiple languages including almost all European languages: Western, Central, South Eastern Europeans and Afrikaans as well. The family is also equipped with several OpenType features such as superior figures, inferior figures, denominators, numerators and fraction.

You can buy the Kiro font family on MyFonts.

Kiro font, a simple softened sans-serif type family designed by Ryoichi Tsunekawa.
Kiro font, a simple softened sans-serif type family designed by Ryoichi Tsunekawa.
Extended character set with multiple language support.
Extended character set with multiple language support.

The beautiful sans-serif type family is available for purchase on MyFonts.com

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