10 Best Japanese Gift. You’ll want to Get Now – A gift from Japan

 
 
 

 

 

 

 

Would you like to try Jinbei?

https://name-stamp.com/hanko-inkan/jinbei-japanese-traditional-clothing

 

 

 

 

 

Male model  : 184 cm

Wearing size : L

Cotton 100%  

 

 

 

 

Male model  : 168 cm

 

 

 

 

Wearing pattern : traditional Samue dark blue for men

We have also black one and brown one.

Cotton 100%  Made in Japan

 

Would you like to try Samue?

https://name-stamp.com/hanko-inkan/samue-japanese-traditional-clothing

 

 

 

 

 

 

Male model  : 184 cm

Wearing size : Free

Cotton shantung   Made in Japan

 

 

 

Female model  : 165 cm

Wearing size : Free

Wearing pattern : 963-13-35n

Cotton 100%  Made in Japan

Would you like to try Japanese traditional half coat?

https://name-stamp.com/hanko-inkan/half-coat-japanese-traditional-clothing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Male model  : 184 cm

Wearing size : LL

Cotton 100%   Made in Japan

Would you like to try Yukata?

https://name-stamp.com/hanko-inkan/yukata-japanese-traditional-clothing

 

 

 

 

Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese square cloth, for wrapping items, such as gifts and presents, or transporting them. It’s also usable as it is, as tablecloth, sofa decoration etc., or can be folded and tied to create fashionable eco-bags. Versatile, convenient and reusable, this Japanese ancient tradition perfectly matches nowadays needs for a more ecologic and waste-free way of creating bags and wrappings.
In this video, you will find simple instructions on how to tie a Furoshiki to create a bag or a wine bottle case.

 

 

Furoshiki size 108 cm × 108 cm 

Cotton 100%   Made in Japan

 

 

Furoshiki size 108 cm × 108 cm

Cotton 100%  Made in Japan

 

 

 

Furoshiki size :118 cm × 118 cm

Cotton 100%  Made in Japan

 

 

 

Furoshiki size : 118 cm × 118 cm

Cotton 100%   Made in Japan

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Would you like to use Furoshiki ?

https://name-stamp.com/hanko-inkan/furoshiki-japanese-traditional-fabric-items

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hagire are traditional Kimono fabric scraps, collected and sewn together to create many different objects as in Patchwork crafts. Since Hagire are leftovers of the fabric used to sew Kimono, and not industrially produced, their color and pattern may vary from the picture, depending on the season and ordering time. Every order will be a surprise! 

 

Cotton 100 %          Made in Japan

Would you like to do patchwork with Kimono scraps?

https://name-stamp.com/hanko-inkan/kimono-scraps-japanese-traditional-fabric-items

 

 

 

 

What is Mizuhiki.

Mizuhiki is a decorative cord that is tied around the gift or an envelope

 

The tradition is said to have originated in the early 7th century when Ono no Imoko, who was an official envoy to China, returned from a mission getting gifts wrapped with hemp strings dyed red and white.

Thereafter, tying gifts with red and white cord became a fad, spreading mostly among court nobles.

Mizuhiki is made from long thin strips of washi paper tightly twisted into thin “koyori” strings.

Would you like to put on Mizuhiki necklace and earrings set ?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Japanese traditional silk scarf size : 78 cm × 78 cm

Silk 100%   Made in Japan

 

Would you like to try Japanese traditional accessories?

https://name-stamp.com/hanko-inkan/japanese-traditional-accessories