Have you ever watched the Japanese TV anime “Attack on Titan”? This Japanese font is used in the opening intro of it. Fortunately, you can use it freely for both personal and commercial projects. This is a secondary creation font created based on the font M+FONTS and includes alphanumerical characters (62 characters), Hiragana (83 characters), Katakana (86 characters), and Kanji (2965 characters up to the first level). The font name Jiyuno means “freedom” and Tsubasa means “wings” in Japanese. Jiyuno Tsubasa is a contemporary gothic typeface that has a simple and cool expression. With narrower counters, the small variations within the Kana create a modern design and are used in both vertical and horizontal writing, Because this typeface has a straightforward clarity, you can use it for the body text of websites and business documents (e.g. Microsoft Word, PowerPoint). If you are interested in this type of typesetting, please check out Extra-thin line font in the sans-serif category.
You can use it for both personal and commercial use.