What is the Ryo Display PlusN™ font?
In addition to the kana characters that used to be supported by Ryo, a full-set of Adobe-Japan1-3 characters of Kozuka Mincho was added and Ryo became a Std OpenType font.*1
Ryo Display has been specifically designed for use when setting copy in larger sizes, such as in headlines or posters.
Like the previous version of Ryo Display, Ryo Display PlusN can be used, combined with other full-set Mincho typefaces, but now it’s possible to use it as a stand-alone Japanese font. More…
The family of Ryo Display PlusN has the five weights of Medium, SemiBold, Bold, ExtraBold, and Heavy. Ryo Display PlusN is an OpenType Std font supporting the Adobe-Japan1-3 Character Collection. We recommend you to use the Composite Font tool of Adobe InDesign® Japanese edition in order to use this typeface combined with other Japanese typefaces.
— 1 In addition to the Adobe-Japan1-3 characters, Ryo Display PlusN has the Printing Standard Glyphs defined by the National Language Council.
Ryo Display PlusN™ Font families
The Ryo Display PlusN™ includes the following font families:
- Ryo Disp PlusN Medium
- Ryo Disp PlusN SemiBold
- Ryo Disp PlusN Bold
- Ryo Disp PlusN ExtraBold
- Ryo Disp PlusN Heavy
Ryo Display PlusN™ Preview
Here is a preview of how Ryo Display PlusN™ will look. For more previews using your own text as an example, click here.