Noto Sans Nushu is an unmodulated (“sans serif”) design for the East Asian Nüshu script with a simplified skeleton and large counters. It is suitable for shorter texts, especially in smaller font sizes and user interface contexts.

Noto Sans Nushu contains 402 glyphs, and supports 401 characters from the Unicode block Nushu.

Supported writing systems


Nüshu (𛆁𛈬‎) is an East Asian logo-syllabary, written vertically left-to-right. Was used in the 13th–20th centuries by women in Jiangyong County in Hunan province of southern China, mainly for the Chinese dialect Xiangnan Tuhua. Recently revived. Read more on ScriptSource, Unicode, Wikipedia, Wiktionary, r12a.