This beginner-friendly Japanese book introduces readers on how to carve their own stone seal stamps, known as inkan (印鑑) or hanko. These seals are carved from stone, and are highly personalized.  Beyond photo instructions on each step of carving a seal, there is also sections on proper care of the stone working tools.

 

Pages: 64

Language:  Japanese, with ample patterns and step by step image instructions

Year Published: 1993

Book Condition: Used, with some dirt on the cover. The book can be read and used with ease.

 

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Japanese Seal Carving Guide

$35.00Price
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