The main styles of Edomoji are
The name yosemoji literally means "letters to draw in customers". A combination of kanteiryū and chōchinmoji, it was used for posters and flyers.
This name literally means "cage letters". The characters are thick and square in shape. It is usually used in inverted form or sometimes as an outline.
Sumō moji (相撲文字)
Style of lettering used for sumo wrestling advertisements and programmes.
Chōchin moji (提灯文字)
This very heavy, rectangular style is used for making seals.
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