Japanese Rubber Stamp Book


How awesome are Japanese craft books? This awesome; they come with cool freebies! This is a book about rubber stamping by several handmade rubber stamp artists. I purchased it from a local Japanese book store in Honolulu. Purchased, stored, then forgotten up until now. And what perfect timing, I needed tiny stamps to decorate my snail mail with and then voila!


And yes, see the price sticker? Books from Japan aren't cheap in Hawaii. At today's yen rate the price of this book in Japan is $11.36; the price I paid in Hawaii was $26.65 plus tax. Anyways, besides the price, the reason I took a photo of the back cover was to show you these beautiful hand carved rubber stamps. Love them!



  1. Love it--so pretty! <3

    1. Thank you Christina. Aren't they so pretty. Japanese craft books are wonderful :)


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