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Kanji logos

Do you know how many kanji characters are in regular use in Japan? Over 3,000. As an ideographic script, each kanji character contains a meaning, which is why there are so many of them. What this of course means is that they contain practically unlimited potential for designs. A traditional calligraphy typeface is perfect for an old-fashioned sushi shop, while more modern, geometric kanji designs can impart a slightly futuristic feel. So why not utilize the boundless expressiveness of kanji in your business or brand’s next logo design?

At the same time, it’s important to note that kanji logos can be tricky to execute well. As we mentioned earlier, each kanji character carries its own meaning and connotations, so it’s crucial to choose the right characters for your brand or business. Additionally, kanji logos can be more challenging for non-Japanese speakers to read and understand, which could limit your brand’s reach if you’re targeting an international audience.Our team of Japanese designers can work with you to choose the right kanji characters and design a logo that’s both visually striking and culturally appropriate. Contact us to learn more about our logo design services.

Hiragana/katakana logos

Japanese consists of a combination of kanji, hiragana, and katakana. Chinese uses only the kanji characters, but Japanese was started with a foundation of China’s kanji, and over many years created hiragana and katakana to go along with them. They use fewer lines than kanji, and the looser nature of their designs are one of their major appeals. Hiragana and katakana each consist of 46 characters, and they’re the first thing learned by people studying Japanese.

Hiragana and katakana logos can be especially effective for brands targeting younger audiences or those with a more playful or casual brand image. Their simple and recognizable designs make them ideal for use in branding, such as in product packaging, advertisements, or social media campaigns. Our team of Japanese designers has extensive experience in creating hiragana and katakana logos that effectively capture the essence of a brand or product, and we would be happy to work with you to develop a unique and memorable logo for your business.

Logo Design

Fill out our request form

Provide us with the necessary information about your company and your design preferences through our request form. We will use this information to understand your brand and create a design that best represents your business.

Receive and review our designs

After reviewing your request, our team will begin creating several design options for your consideration. We will send you the designs and ask for your feedback. We will revise and refine the design based on your input until you are satisfied with the final product.

Receive your final logo design

Once you have approved the final design, we will deliver the logo in various formats suitable for both print and digital use. You can start using your new logo right away to represent your brand to the world.


What makes your logo production service in Japanese unique?

Our service is specifically tailored to the Japanese market and culture, ensuring that your logo will resonate with your target audience. We have experienced designers who understand both Japanese and English and can create culturally appropriate designs.

How long does the logo design process usually take?

The timeline for logo design can vary depending on the complexity of the project and the number of revisions required. However, we typically aim to complete a logo design within 2-4 weeks from the initial consultation.

What is the cost of your logo production service?

The cost of our logo production service depends on the scope of the project, such as the number of design concepts and revisions required. We provide a quote based on your specific needs after the initial consultation.

Can I request revisions after the logo is completed?

Yes, we offer a certain number of revisions based on the package you select. However, additional revisions beyond the package scope may result in additional fees.

What file formats do you provide for the final logo design?

We provide a variety of file formats including vector files (AI, EPS, PDF) and raster files (PNG, JPG) for your convenience.

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