Genuine Japanese Sanada Himo is a thick cotton ribbon or tape that is utilized for a vast array of product packaging and ornamental purposes. It was initially used to wrap swords, as ornamental ties on robes or matches of armor, and to tie wooden boxes. Now it can be utilized for packaging, scrapbook projects, or any arts and crafts projects.
This listing is for 3 yards, 1 yard each of three styles of Sanada Himo. It is made in Japan and is 100 % cotton. The ribbon is 1/2 inch wide. It is wrapped around a wooden Japanese hanko. We will certainly also provide this in longer lengths in other listings.
The wooden Japanese hanko seal is about 2 1/2 inches long.
A hanko, or inkan, is a stamp that is utilized on agreements and other crucial documents. The cut end is hand sculpted with kanji for the Japanese name of the owner. It is utilized with ink to stamp documents to make them main. Our stash of hanko comes from Japan and is New Old Stock. Each piece has actually been stamped a minimum of as soon as, so the kanji shows up for an appealing screen. After you have actually used all of the ribbon, you’ll have a great hanko left to use for combined media projects or as an interesting ornamental things!
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3 Yards Japanese Sanada Himo Ribbon on Authentic Wooden Hanko Inkan NOS from Japan – Natural Cotton Tape for Packaging, Scrapbooks, Crafts by MikaylaBlake