Japanese Font With Stroke Order

I never saw this kind of Japanese font. All Chinese letter has stroke number by side, so if you set the font on your browser and OS, you may always check the right stroke order.

The sample text means “Chinese letter’s stroke order” 🙂
The font is avaiable here.
via Modern Syntax Blog


    1. That sounds quite interesting idea. However, in Japanese a single Kanji could have several different readings so you can not make it, I think. The letter of ‘life’ has over 100 different readings by context. Maybe possible in Chinense with roman alphabets?

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