We’re so excited that you’re trying out our typefaces. You can download all of our trial fonts by filling the form below.
Our trial fonts include all weights, widths, and styles. That means you can preview full families across their whole range of typographic relationships. These include a limited character subset: just the basic latin lowercase and uppercase letters, standard numbers, space, comma, period, and hyphen, with no OpenType features.
Please remember they’re for testing purposes only. If you want to use any of them for your next project, head on over to Type Network to purchase it.
The download is a .zip package with a complete collection of all of our fonts(8.7MB), in both OpenType (.otf) and WebFont (.woff) formats.
Type Network offers 30-day free trials of hosted web fonts with the full character set and features.
Here’s the gist
Occupant Fonts is a Morisawa Brand. By using our Trial Fonts, you’re entering into an agreement with Morisawa. We only include a limited subset of characters in our Trial Font. This subset is a reminder to you that these fonts are not for commercial use.
We’ve provided some comments on the legal language first to hopefully help with your understanding. Our full agreement details below apply. By downloading our trial fonts, you’re consenting to the full License Agreement.
This agreement contains technical, legal language, which is defined in this section. Most importantly, this agreement only permits the evaluation of the trial fonts. This means you can try the fonts on your computer, but you can’t send the fonts to anyone, including your clients or customers. You can send documents you create with our trial fonts to other people, as long as the documents are for non-commercial, evaluation purposes.
This agreement entitles you to install the trial fonts on your computer, use the fonts in your applications, print the fonts out, embed them into PDFs for evaluation. You can send PDFs to clients and collaborators, as long as those documents are for non-commercial, evaluation purposes.
Again, under this agreement, you’re not allowed to use these fonts for commercial purposes. You’re also prohibited from transferring this license agreement to anyone else. On top of that, please use the fonts in the trial as-is. That means you can’t decompile or modify the fonts in any way. For example, you’re not allowed to change the outlines of the glyphs in our trial fonts.
You’re not allowed to redistribute or sell our trial fonts. If you find someone who wants to download them, great! Direct that person to this website!
This is a license agreement; in other words, we retain the ownership rights to these trial fonts and are allowing you to use them. If you decompile the fonts and modify them, you are agreeing to give us the ownership rights to any modifications you make–so please don’t modify our fonts!
Be warned: we can’t guarantee that our fonts are totally free of errors or defects, although we do try out best! If you find an issue, feel free to let us know by emailing email@example.com.
We take this license agreement seriously. If we have cause to suspect that you’re in breach of the license, we have the right to get in touch with you and ask you to prove that you haven’t by providing written documentation. If your document doesn’t convince us, we reserve the right to visit you, and review your hardware, to make sure you’re complying with this license.
If you breach this agreement, you agree to indemnify us against any problems caused by your breach. This means that you assume all the responsibility for any legal issues you cause, and we assume none of it. That includes fees and damages: money covering legal and accounting expenses caused by a breach of this agreement, and money that’s paid to compensate us for damages the breach has caused.
If we find that you’re in breach of this agreement, then you’ll need to pay us monetary damages. The damages will be calculated on a case by case basis. As a rule of thumb, they’ll be around the amount for a single font license for each font that was reproduced, times the number of reproductions that were made. Like we’ve said before, please don’t reproduce or modify our trial fonts.
So, please don’t violate the agreement, and we’ll never need to think about this paragraph again. If we don’t enforce a portion of this agreement, that doesn’t mean we don’t care about it! We take this agreement seriously and are trusting you to take it seriously, too.
Again, our fonts are provided as-is, and we don’t guarantee any support in using them. That said, if you do encounter an issue or have a question, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we’ll try and get back to you as quickly as we can.
If you need to communicate with us formally or legally, please mail us at 795 Folsom St. 1F San Francisco CA 94107 USA.
The full agreement below, along with our general EULA, available at TypeNetwork, is our entire agreement. Please remember that these comments are just that: comments. They just try to make it a little clearer for you and do not affect it.
Trial Fonts End User License Agreement
Here’s the full agreement
(Last Update: June 24 2020)
This Trial Font End User License Agreement (together with any amended terms and Supplementary Terms, hereinafter referred to as the “Agreement”) is entered into by and between Occupant Fonts, a brand of Morisawa Inc. (hereinafter referred to as “Morisawa”), on the one hand, and the individual installing the Trial Fonts or the company or other legal entity on behalf of which such individual is acting, as applicable, on the other hand (together, hereinafter referred to as “Licensee”).
Licensee acknowledges and agrees that certain characters have been omitted from the Trial Fonts to avoid the Commercial Use of the Trial Fonts.
The terms used herein shall be defined as set forth below.
(1) “Trial Fonts” shall mean the digital software data and programs the process a Typeface into a format that allows display on a Device, for which the right to use will be downloaded by Licensee on the Occupant Fonts website and any successor or country-specific sites. Trial Fonts also include any updated versions and new versions of the Trial Fonts.
(2) “Typeface” shall mean characters, marks, numerals, and symbols, according to a certain weight, style and version based on a unified design concept.
(3) “Character Information” shall mean all information, including those contained in the outline data which is used to indicate or output the applicable Typeface as The Trial Fonts, including the design of each character, mark, numeral or symbol composing the applicable Typeface.
(4) “Device” shall mean a computer equipped with a memory unit on which the Trial Font may be installed.
(5) “Electronic Document” shall mean a digital document in file format or other data format (A) into which the Trial Fonts are embedded, (B) into which the Character Information is extracted and combined with other images or (C) on which the Trial Fonts or Character Information are displayed.
(6) “Commercial Use” shall mean any use of the Trial Fonts by Licensee for commercial purposes, including without limitation providing, transmitting or displaying the Electronic Document or printed materials of said Electronic Document created by using the Trial Fonts to Licensee’s customers.
(7) “Evaluation Purpose” shall mean the purpose of evaluating whether or not to buy regular products of the Trial Fonts. Evaluation Purpose shall expressly exclude Commercial Use and public use purposes of the Trial Fonts and the Electronic Document or printed materials of said Electronic Document created by using the Trial Fonts.
Subject to Licensee’s continuous compliance with this Agreement, Morisawa grants Licensee a non-exclusive, world-wide license to, only for the Evaluation Purpose:
(1) Install Install the Trial Fonts on a Device owned by Licensee or that is available only to Licensee under a lease agreement or rental agreement.
(2) Display and Output Use an application on the Device to display the Trial Fonts or output the Character Information on Electronic Documents created by Licensee.
(3) Extract and Decorate Character Information Use an application on the Device to extract Character Information from the Trial Fonts, and use the extracted Character Information either as-is or as decorated and/or modified to create Electronic Documents as a means to express facts and/or his/her own thoughts and feelings and (A) allow third parties to print or view the Character Information as embedded on such Electronic Documents or physical copies thereof and (B) allow a third party who has rightfully acquired the Trial Fonts to view and modify such Electronic Documents, including the embedded Character Information.
(4) Embed into PDF Create Electronic Documents as a means to express facts and/or his/her own thoughts and feelings, by utilizing an application program on a Device, provided that: said Electronic Document shall be created in a format (A) that is designed to prevent the Trial Fonts and Character Information from being extracted from such Electronic Document, (B) in which the Trial Fonts are embedded only to the extent there are Fonts applicable to the characters, symbols and numbers used in the Electronic Document, and (C) that is designed to allow third party recipients of the Electronic Documents (including those who have not rightfully acquired the Trial Fonts) to only display and/or print the Trial Fonts and Character Information embedded in such Electronic Documents in the form in which it was received.
Licensee shall only use the Trial Fonts in accordance with the license granted in this Agreement, and shall not conduct any other activities in connection with the Trial Fonts, including without limitation:
(1) Non-Evaluation Purpose Use the Trial Fonts for the purpose other than the Evaluation Purpose.
(2) Sublicenses Subject to Section 2, allowing a third party to use the Character Information of the Trial Fonts, or to obtain or cause to be obtained Character Information from the Trial Fonts for the purpose of allowing a third party use thereof, irrespective of whether with or without consideration.
(A) Subject to Section 2, producing or causing to be produced the Trial Fonts or other derivative works or their respective data, including by distorting, adapting, altering or otherwise altering the applicable Character Information, irrespective of whether with or without consideration.
(B) Subject to Section 2, providing, transmitting or otherwise Distributing to a third party, irrespective of whether with or without consideration: (A) any data which functions as an alternative of the Trial Fonts and Character Information, or (B) Fonts or other derivative works or their respective data produced by distorting, adapting, altering or otherwise modifying the Trial Fonts.
(4) Embedment Installing or embedding the Trial Fonts or data which functions as an alternative of the Trial Fonts in equipment or software other than a Device or Electronic Document.
(5) Server Use Installing the Trial Fonts on a device operating as a server on a network or using the Trial Fonts by accessing such server from other devices connected as clients to such server.
(6) Other Restrictions
(A) Disassembling, decompiling or deciphering the Trial Fonts.
(B) Removing or disabling technological devices pre-installed in the Trial Fonts, disclosing the method for removing or disabling such technological devices, or reproducing, adapting or using the Trial Fonts using the aforementioned methods.
(C) Altering the Trial Fonts or combining the Trial Fonts with other software or documentation except where the Trial Fonts are to be used in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement.
(D) Applying for or registering any trademark, service mark, or design rights in the Trial Fonts, Typeface or Character Information.
4. PROHIBITION OF ASSIGNMENT OF RIGHTS.
Licensee shall not, no matter what the reason, in whole or in part, redistribute, publicly transmit (including the enabling of transmission), loan, rent, pseudo-rent or re-sell (including second-hand sale) the Trial Fonts without the written permission of Morisawa, nor shall Licensee sublicense the right to use the Trial Fonts to a third party, or assign the Trial Fonts or Licensee’s status under this Agreement to a third party or provide them as security.
5. OWNERSHIP OF RIGHTS.
Licensee acknowledges and agrees that proprietary rights, including without limitation any design patent, copyright, or other intellectual and artistic property rights in the Trial Fonts, Typeface, and Character Information, belong to Morisawa or third parties that have granted rights to Morisawa (“Morisawa’s Licensors”), as the case may be. Proprietary rights in derivative works of Fonts, Typeface and Character Information that have an altered weight, style or version produced on the basis of the Trial Fonts, Typeface or Character Information licensed hereunder, whether or not produced lawfully, shall belong to Morisawa or Morisawa’s Licensors, as the case may be. To the extent any such proprietary rights in the Trial Fonts, Typeface and Character Information or any derivative works thereof are not automatically owned by Morisawa or Morisawa’s Licensors, Licensee hereby agrees to transfer, grants, convey, assign and relinquish, to Morisawa or Morisawa’s Licensors, as the case may be, any and all right, title and interest it now has or may hereafter acquire in and to the Trial Fonts, Typeface and Character Information, and any derivative works thereof. The rights of Licensee shall be limited by Morisawa’s license from the Morisawa’s Licensors where applicable.
6. SCOPE OF WARRANTY.
Morisawa does not warrant that the quality or functioning of fonts conforms with all of the intended uses of Licensee, and decisions about the appropriateness of selection or application of fonts and appropriate back-up for preventing loss of data due to failure of fonts or an application that uses fonts shall be the responsibility of Licensee. The trial fonts are provided on an “as is” and “as available” basis without warranties of any kind, either express or implied. To the fullest extent permissible under applicable law, Morisawa, its affiliates and agents disclaim any and all warranties, express or implied, including, without limitation, regarding the security, reliability, and performance of the trial fonts, any implied warranties of title, non-infringement, accuracy, merchantability, and fitness for a particular purpose, and any warranties that may arise from course of dealing, course of performance or usage of trade. Morisawa does not warrant that Licensee’s use of the trial fonts will be uninterrupted, error-free or secure.
Licensee shall indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Morisawa, its affiliates, agents, directors, officers, employees, consultants or other representatives, from and against any and all claims, damages, losses, costs (including reasonable legal and accounting fees) and other expenses due to, or arising out of, licensee’s breach of the terms of this agreement. Morisawa shall provide notice to Licensee of any such claim, suit, or proceeding. Morisawa reserves the right to assume the exclusive defense and control of any matter which is subject to indemnification under this article. In such case, Licensee shall cooperate with any reasonable requests to assist Morisawa in defense of such matter.
8. MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF DAMAGE COMPENSATION.
To the fullest extent permissible under applicable law, in no event shall Morisawa nor any of its affiliates or agents, nor its directors, officers, employees, consultants or other representatives, be liable for any consequential, special, indirect, exemplary, incidental, or punitive damages, or damages for loss of profits, loss of data, business interruption, loss of goodwill, computer failure or malfunction or otherwise, whether in contract, tort or any other legal theory, arising from or relating in any way to the trial fonts, even if it has been advised of the possibility of such damages and notwithstanding any failure of essential purpose of any remedy. In cases where, irrespective of the pretext, licensee has been caused any kind of damage in relation to use of fonts, the liability assumed by Morisawa shall be limited to monetary compensation. The maximum amount of compensation by Morisawa to licensee, on a cumulative basis including for any user policy or other end-user license agreement licensee may have been presented or agreed to with Morisawa, shall be the cost actually paid by licensee for the license to use the trial fonts. Neither Morisawa nor Morisawa’s licensors shall assume any liability, under any circumstances for secondary damage to licensee’s property by or in relation to the use or inability to use fonts or direct or indirect damage to business or psychological damage.
9. SUPPORT SERVICES.
Occupant Fonts and Morisawa will not provide support services with respect to the Trial Fonts.
10. COMPLIANCE WITH LICENSE.
The Trial Fonts are protected by copyright law, international treaties relating to copyright law and other laws and ordinances. Licensee shall create a secure environment in which to use the software that includes Fonts. With respect to compliance with this Agreement, Licensee shall, when requested by Morisawa, certify within thirty (30) days by providing documents to Morisawa including a written installation status report that the Trial Fonts, Typeface and Character Information are being used in accordance with this Agreement.
If Morisawa reasonably believes that Licensee is in breach of this Agreement, Morisawa may, upon giving reasonable advance notice to Licensee, conduct an audit of the computers, hard discs, CD-ROMs or other back-up media and documents at Licensee’s head office or other place of business, Licensee’s home, or other locations that Morisawa reasonably believes that an audit is necessary to determine whether a breach has occurred, during Licensee’s regular business hours. Even after this Agreement has ended, Licensee shall accept the conducting of an audit where Morisawa has given notice of the aforementioned audit within three years of termination of this Agreement, even if the audit is scheduled on the date after such three-year period has passed.
12. DAMAGES ON DEFAULT.
It should be noted that where, either as a result of the audit pursuant to Section 11 or by disclosure of the installation status of Fonts by Licensee itself, unauthorized reproduction of Fonts are found to exist, Licensee shall pay Morisawa at least the amount paid for each Font license multiplied by the number unauthorized reproductions of Fonts and the cost of implementing the audit in question. The foregoing calculation method only provides the minimum damage Morisawa is entitled to recover, and shall not be construed as Morisawa’s waiver of its right to recover other damages based on the actual damage suffered by Morisawa, which may be pursued by Morisawa at a later date. If Fonts are found to exist or have existed in a Device after termination of the applicable Font license, it is deemed to be an unauthorized reproduction of Fonts.
Morisawa may terminate this Agreement at any time for any reason. Licensee may terminate this Agreement if it does not accept the amendments or Supplementary Terms as set forth in Section 16.
14. EFFECT OF TERMINATION.
(1)Termination of the Term may result in the immediate deactivation and deletion of the Trial Fonts from the Device. Irrespective of the reason for the termination of this Agreement, any payments made by Licensee to Morisawa under this Agreement shall be non-refundable to the extent permitted by applicable laws.
(2) Notwithstanding the foregoing, the following provisions shall survive any termination of this Agreement: Articles 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23.
15. UPDATES AND MODIFICATIONS.
Morisawa may, to ensure that the Trial Fonts are used within the scope of this Agreement, update or modify the Trial Fonts from time to time.
Morisawa may amend the terms and conditions of this Agreement at its own discretion and may also set forth terms and conditions that supplement this Agreement (hereinafter, the “Supplementary Terms”). Amendments to this Agreement and Supplementary Terms shall be posted to the prescribed Morisawa website seven (7) days prior to such amendments and Supplementary Terms going into effect, provided that such amendments and Supplementary Terms shall be posted thirty (30) days prior to such amendments and Supplementary Terms go into effect if such changes are disadvantageous to the Licensee (such seven (7)-day or thirty (30)-day period, as applicable, the “Acceptance Period”). Morisawa shall notify the Licensee of the updated terms of this Agreement, the effective date, and reason for such amendments by email or other means. If any change to this Agreement is not acceptable to Licensee, Licensee’s sole remedy is to express his or her refusal to such changes, during the Acceptance Period. In the case where there is no such refusal during the Acceptance Period, it is deemed that Licensee has consented to such changes of this Agreement.
17. GOVERNING LAW AND JURISDICTION.
This Agreement, including any obligations, rights, and claims of the parties arising out of or in connection with this Agreement, any questions regarding its validity, and any amendments hereto – irrespective of the legal grounds (e.g., under contract, tort or otherwise) – shall be exclusively governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of California, USA, excluding their conflict of laws provisions. If the Licensee has their place of habitual residence within a Member State of the European Union and acts as a consumer within the scope of Regulation (EC) No. 593/2008 in entering into this Agreement, the foregoing choice of governing law shall not have the result of depriving the Licensee of the protection afforded to them by provisions that cannot be derogated from by agreement by virtue of the laws applicable where they habitually reside.
18. ENTIRE AGREEMENT AND NO AMENDMENT.
The terms of this Agreement together with any user policy or end-user license agreement you may have been presented or agreed to with Morisawa, contain the entire agreement between Morisawa and Licensee with respect to the Trial Fonts and supersede all prior or contemporaneous communications and proposals, whether electronic, oral or written, between Morisawa and Licensee with respect to the Trial Fonts. Subject to Article 16, this Agreement may not be modified or amended except in writing and if signed by an authorized representative of Morisawa.
19. WAIVER, SEVERABILITY.
Any failure to enforce any provision of the terms of this Agreement will not constitute a waiver thereof or of any other provision hereof. None of the conditions of this Agreement will be considered waived unless such waiver is in writing and approved by Morisawa. No such waiver will be a waiver of any past or future default, breach or modification of any of the conditions of this Agreement unless expressly stipulated in such waiver. If any provision of the terms of this Agreement is found to be unlawful, void or for any reason unenforceable, that provision will be deemed severable from the terms of this Agreement and will not affect the validity and enforceability of any remaining provision.
The headings in this Agreement are solely for convenience of reference and will not affect its interpretation. Unless the context otherwise requires, the singular includes the plural, and the plural includes the singular. Unless otherwise specifically stated, references to Article and Sections refer to sections in the main body of this Agreement and the words “herein,” “hereof,” and “hereunder” and other words of similar import refer to this Agreement as a whole and not to any particular section or paragraph. The words “include,” “includes,” “including” and derivative forms of them will be deemed followed by the phrase “without limitation” regardless of whether such phrase appears there (and with no implication being drawn from its inconsistent inclusion or non-inclusion). Any ambiguities in this Agreement will not be strictly construed against Morisawa but will be resolved by applying the most reasonable interpretation under the circumstances. This Agreement will not be construed against Morisawa by reason of its preparation.
Except as otherwise indicated, any notice, request, demand or other communication required or permitted hereunder must be in writing and reference this Agreement, and will be deemed to be properly given: (a) when delivered personally; (b) when sent by facsimile, with written confirmation of receipt by the sending facsimile machine; (c) five (5) business days after having been sent by registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, postage prepaid; or (d) two (2) business days after deposit with a private industry express courier, with written confirmation of receipt. All notices shall be sent to Morisawa at the following address:
795 Folsom St. 1F San Francisco CA 94107 USA
22. CONTACT US
Should Licensee have other questions or concerns about this Agreement, please email us at email@example.com.
23. EU CONSUMER INFORMATION
The European Commission offers a platform for online dispute resolution (ODR) in consumer disputes. Morisawa is neither prepared nor obligated to participate in dispute resolution proceedings before a consumer arbitration body.