This page collects fonts I've created or packaged.
I'm building this font in order to support my own study of the Japanese language. That is likely to take several years. To my knowledge, it is the first Japanese-language font made natively with Metafont technology; others exist as conversions from other formats without true parameterization. It's free under the GPL version 3 with font-embedding clarification.
OCR-A is the font used for the ISBNs on books; and OCR-B is used for the human-readable digits on UPC/EAN bar codes. A book with a standard bar code label uses both.
I translated existing Metafont sources to MetaType1 to create the enhanced TrueType, PostScript, and OpenType versions included in this package. They are available for free use, including in commercial applications; my own contributions are public domain, and others have licensed their copyright claims.
Symbol fonts of astrological glyphs. Originally released as TTF files created by Anthony I.P. Owen; I later packaged the fonts for use with LaTeX. They are now distributed as part of TeXLive.
These curious symbols are connected with Japanese culture: the Tale of Genji, incense appreciation, and woodblock prints. They also have some mathematical significance. These fonts are freeware under the GNU GPL 3 with font-embedding clarification.