Let's make a hanko name-stamp with kanji characters as a souvenir
This speciality hanko shop was established over 100 years ago. There are many different kinds of stamps, from practical to highly stylized, traditional or stamps with cute illustrations on them and so on. Traditional skills and modern designs are incorporated into the stamps produced at this shop. In addition, you can choose your favorite kanji and make a unique stamp of your own, and bring it back home as an unusual Kyoto souvenir.
You can choose any kanji you like and we will teach you everything from how to use a brush pen to how to write kanji.
Kyoto Inban Kyoto main store
443 Komusubidana-cho, Shijo-agaru, Shinmachi- dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto-shi
4 minutes' walk from Hankyu Karasuma Station
9am-6pm, to 4pm Saturdays
Closing dates : Saturdays (irregular), Sundays and holidays
WEBSITE : http://www.inban.co.jp/