HOUBI-DOH Japanese hanko workshop
Houbi-doh is a hanko workshop that has been open for more than 50 years.
In Japan, a hanko is a personal seal used as identification in various situations in place of a signature.
For example, if you want to open a new bank account at bank in Japan, the use of a hanko will be required.
We can make you your own personalized hanko at our shop. We can write your name in Japanese characters (kanji or katakana), and make you a truly unique stamp seal.
They also serve as great gifts and souvenirs from your time in Japan.
|Shop Name||HOUBI-DOH Japanese hanko workshop|
|Address||238-0031 view map
1-70 Kinugasa-sakaecho, Yokosuka
|TEL/FAX||046-851-2110 / 046-854-0021|
|Opening Hours||10:00 - 19:00 (On national holidays, we close at 18:00.)|
|Closed||Sundays & Thursdays|
|Website 1||Website (Japanese only)|
Ohana-han is a hanko that has your name engraved together with a floral design.
This kind of unique hanko is only offered at Houbi-doh.
The beautiful print of this hanko is completely handmade.
Price : 10,000 yen (+tax) -
You can choose any shape and letter as you’d like.
The price will vary by the size or the material used for the hanko.
Have your favorite hanko made by our shop.
[Oval type] 1,900 yen +tax -
[Circle type] 1,900 yen +tax -
Senjafuda (literally thousand shrine tags) are originally stickers or scraps of paper posted on the gates of shrines and Buddhist temples in Japan.
We will print your name or various pictures on the senjafuda tag.
There is a variety of designs, such as a Buddha, dragon, Chinese phoenix, etc. that can also be printed on the tag.
S size : 1,500 yen +tax -
M size : 1,800 yen +tax -
L size : 3,500 yen + tax -