2) Font selection: Gyosyo, Insoufu or Koin for Kanji Japanese characters, Gabriola or Edwardian Script for Alphabet characters.
3) Material selection: Wood, Black horn, White horn or Titanium.
4) Size selection: M size or L size.
5) Decide which characters to put on your Hanko.
6) If you have any kanji characters you would like to specify, please put them in the [Japanese Kanji Characters to be put on the seal] field.
If you don't know Japanese, please contact us via chat and pls tell us your name. Then, we will suggest some cool names in Kanji characters. We will also let you know the meaning of the each kanji characters.
1) Shape selection
How to select shape
You can choose your favorite shape depending on your tastes.
In Japan, the round type is mainly used for personal and official applications, while the square type is mainly used by companies and artists.
2) Font selection
Kanji Characters: Gyosyo, Insoufu or Koin, Alphabet Characters: Gabriola or Edwardian Script.
①Gyosyo (Calligraphy way) The Most popular in Japan for Hanko.
②Insoufu (Mudra manner) Hand style old traditional writing way from deep Japan.
③Koin (Traditional way) Highly readable and difficult to copy. Commonly used for important seals in Japan.
④ Gabriola (Simple way)
⑤ Edwardian Script (Calligraphy way)
Recommended for those who are looking for souvenirs or gifts for multiple peoples.
② Black Horn
Recommended as a gift for yourself or someone close to you. In Japan, it is especially favored and used by many men.
③ White Horn
Upper Japanese standard
Recommended as a gift for yourself or someone close to you. In Japan, it is especially favored and used by many women.
Recommended as a special gift for yourself or someone close to you. It is extremely durable and can be used lifetime.