Have your name translated into hiragana, katakana or even kanji for free and carved on a japanese stamp!

If you want other Japanese stamps, write for prices and information.


It's the Japanese way to sign your name. Used on everything from personal notes to offficical documents.

Hanko (item no. 800)






The Hanko stamp is round and primarily used for personal names.


The name on the stamp is written vertically and says “Maria Rachel” in Kanji. On this stamp-model the name can be written both horizontal and vertical. Any of the three types of Japanese characters, Kanji, Katakana or Hiragana, can be chosen in this stamp. The stamp is made in wood and comes in a fine box, including a red ink pad. Stamp diameter is 15mm.

Price: 76,16€

Hojiin (item no. 810)












Hojiin is a square stamp made for company names and organisations


The square shaped stamp is called Hojiin. It is primarily used for businesses and organizations. It is red from right to left and is red in vertical lines. The stamp is made in wood with a diameter of 24mm. The stamp can contain a maximum of 20 characters in Katakana, Hiragana or Kanji. It comes in a nice little bag. The text on the shown stamp is; “Denmark Karate Kyokai” which means: Denmark Karate Association.


Price: 154,70€

Shimeigummiin (item no. 820)












Shimeigummiin is a stamp primarily used for personal names


Shimeigummiin is a stamp primarily used for personal names. The text is written and red horizontally, as shown on the picture. It is 28mm long and made in wood. It can contain a maximum of 9 characters; Katakana, Hiragana or Kanji. The text on the shown stamp says: “Jesper”

Price: 16,66€

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