This is a course to engrave a "one-letter name" on a stone Hanko. Calligraphy, painting, ceramics, New Year's cards, postcards, business cards, envelopes, and other hobby stamps that can be used for practical purposes are actually engraved on stone Hanko. Since you can take it home on the day, it is popular because you can easily make it.
want to experience sculpture
want "Rakkan" for hobbies such as calligraphy and painting
want to experience Japanese culture and Hanko culture
want to make Kamakura-like souvenir as a memorial of sightseeing
want to have fun with kids
9 years old and above
Engrave a single letter to square Hanko.
We will lend you the tools used by the craftsmen.
Engraving of two or more characters is supported by the Authentic course.
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I was looking for a Hanko to put on a calligraphy work. I used to use ready-made Hanko, but I am very happy to be able to engrave my own Hanko.
I was at a loss when deciding on the typeface and characters, but I was able to immerse myself in the work of carving from transcription. I am satisfied with the Hanko I made.
I am very happy to be able to push it into my work!
It was a fun trip to Kamakura with an experience of learning culture and history. As I got used to carving stones, it felt comfortable and I enjoyed forgetting the passage of time.
I would like to use it I made for a New Year's card immediately. It can be used for business cards and letters, so I want to cherish it forever.
I was able to learn Japanese culture
I was worried about making a Hanko for the first time, but I was able to make a very satisfying Hanko with a polite explanation and a lecture!
At the Hanko Seminar, you can learn about the Hanko culture and it is a well-educated content! I think that children, seniors, and foreigners can also enjoy it! I want to engrave with my full name next time!