Kamakura Hanko

Kamakura Hanko

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Kamakura Hanko will spread the seal of the traditional culture of Japan. My grandfather Tetsu opened a Hanko shop in Kansai in 1951. He continued making good luck seals for 40 years. The second generation shopkeeper, my father Masaharu, has been carving good luck seals since he was a 18-year-old and is still active.Third generation shopkeeper Mitsuhiro also became independent in 2016 after studying carving method of good luck seals. In Kamakura I have been popularizing domestically and overseas the culture of Hanko. Our shop is trusted by customers.


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