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Kashigata Stencils JNL Font

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Kashigata Stencils JNLPublisher: Jeff Levine Fonts
Kashigata Stencils JNL is a dingbat font released by Jeff Levine Fonts.

Kashigata Stencils JNL is a collection of 52 stunning Japanese stencil images used for embellishing sugar cakes to honor deceased household members with the crest of that family.

Re-drawn from pictures of some classic stencils spotted at an online craft and collectorís site, these terrific styles were developed throughout the Showa Duration of Japan's history and bring the charm of the Far East to your imaginative projects.

According to Wikipedia, The Showa period (literally "period of enlightened peace/harmony"), or Showa age, is the period of Japanese history representing the reign of the Showa Emperor, Hirohito, from December 25, 1926, through January 7, 1989.

.Font Family: Kashigata Stencils JNL Regular

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