Wonton font – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
A wonton font (also known as Chinese font, chopstick font or chop-suey font, type or lettering) is a font with a visual style expressing “Asianness” or “Chineseness”.
Styled to mimic the brush strokes used in Chinese characters, wonton fonts are often used to convey a sense of Orientalism.
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It’s a katakana font (named “ゴウラ”) designed to look like Olde English fancy print
This must be the Japanese equivalent of that “asian” font you see on Chinese takeout boxes