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Ayumi Kiryu

Ayumi Kiryu joined Kinuta Font Factory in 2011 after she graduated from the College of Art of Nihon University. She was involved in the development Yamamotoan, based on hand-written characters; Kinuta Shin, a typeface with very thin strokes; and Ugo, a variable Japanese font. In 2016, she released Kiriko, a kana font designed to be in-between letter form and graphic shape. In 2021, she released the color font Kinuta Kiriko Color. In that same year, she formed MoolongType and released a kana font named Moolong Tokatsuki, along with a color font version.