Kuroko’s Basketball Hanko Stamp Collection Features Character Designs
Online hanko store Hankos released a new collection based on the popular manga and anime series Kuroko’s Basketball. Hanko are a type of stamp or seal traditionally used in place of signatures in Japan. They are crafted with people’s names and unique symbols.
The made-to-order collection features images characters which can be coupled with names and Japanese characters of your choice.
There are 40 characters to choose from, including the protagonist Tetsuya Kuroko, his classmate and friend Taiga Kagami, the all-star team Generation of Miracles, and more.
There are three fonts to choose from including just a basic Japanese font, a handwritten font, and a cute bubble font. You can choose to have your own name carved on, a nickname, handle name, or even a word in Japanese. You can have a maximum of three Kanji, five Hiragana or Katakana, or 6 romaji characters.
There are also three designs to choose from including a self-ink type, a wooden type which can be used at banks in Japan, and a black version. Each also comes in an original case with Tetsuya Kuroko, Taiga Kagami, and the five Generation of Miracles.
The collection is a must-grab for fans of Kuroko’s Basketball. Stamp your favourite character on your notebook, on letters, and everywhere else!
©Tadatoshi Fujimaki / Shueisha・Kuroko’s Basketball Production Committee
Kuroko’s Basketball Hanko Collection
Product Page: https://www.rakuten.ne.jp/gold/hankos/kuroko/
Kuroko’s Basketball Pop-Up Shop in Akihabara to Features New Illustrations
BANDAI NAMCO Amusement is hosting a character pop-up store for anime ‘Kuroko’s Basketball,’ featuring new illustrations of the characters dressed in trad style. The shop will be open from September 16 2021 at the Atre Akihabara Store, stocking original goods using the new artwork.
Kuroko’s Basketball Acrylic Stand trad style ver. (7 types): ¥1,980 each (Tax Incl.)
Kuroko’s Basketball Can Badge trad style ver. (7 types): ¥540 each (Tax Incl.)
Kuroko’s Basketball A4 Acrylic File trad style ver.: ¥550 (Tax Incl.)
Kuroko’s Basketball Cloth Poster trad style ver.: ¥1,800 (Tax Incl.)
Kuroko’s Basketball Spoon trad style ver. (7 types): ¥1,200 each (Tax Incl.)
Kuroko’s Basketball Fork trad style ver. (7 types): ¥1,200 each (Tax Incl.)
Kuroko’s Basketball Acrylic Board trad style ver. (7 types): ¥530 per lottery ticket, A Prize
Kuroko’s Basketball Jacket Style Acrylic Keychain trad style ver. (7 types): ¥530 per lottery ticket, B Prize
Kuroko’s Basketball Can Badge trad style ver. (7 types): ¥530 per lottery ticket, C Prize
Kuroko’s Basketball Die-cut Illustration Sheet trad style ver. (7 types): ¥530 per lottery ticket, D Prize (random)
Be sure to check out this limited shop to immerse yourself in the world of Kuroko’s Basketball!
©Fujimaki Tadatoshi / Shueisha, Kuroko’s Basketball Production Committee
Animate Releases Kuroko’s Basketball’s Shintaro Midorima Merchandise Set
14.July.2021 | ANIME&GAME
Japanese character merchandise website Movic released a new collection of merchandise based on Shintaro Midorima from the anime series Kuroko’s Basketball at Animate on July 7 which is available for a limited time until August 4.
Cushion Cover (Front)
Cushion Cover (Back)
Kuroko’s Basketball is a manga series by Tadatoshi Fujimaki which was serialised in Weekly Shonen Jump until 2014. The basketball team of Teikou Junior High School basketball team is crowned champion three years in a row thanks to five outstanding players. But after graduating, these teammates, known as “The Generation of Miracles”, go their separate ways and now consider each other as rivals.
The merchandise collection includes a cushion cover, leather bracelet, metal pins, acrylic keyring, and acrylic stand with an original illustration of Shintaro Midorima.
Rurouni Kenshin Hanko Stamp Collection Features Manga Designs
Japanese hanko stamp shop HANKOS released a new collection of hanko with designs of characters from the manga series Rurouni Kenshin on June 8, 2021. These order-made hanko stamps, which are used in place of signatures in Japan, let you pick your favourite character to be engraved along with your name or a word written in Japanese.
There are 31 designs to pick from and include familiar faces from the manga series, including the legendary assassin Himura Kenshin, kendo instructor Kamiya Kaoru, Kenshin’s best friend Sagara Sanosuke, and more.
Pick from three different fonts, such as a more classic hanko font or a cutesy design.
You can have your name, pen name, handle name, or a message engraved on your hanko such as “OK” or “Thank You.”
Each stamp comes with a case too in a box featuring Kenshin and his friends.
Rurouni Kenshin Hanko Collection
Released: June 8, 2021
Buy on Rakuten (Japan): https://www.rakuten.ne.jp/gold/hankos/rurounikensin/
Buy on Yahoo (Japan): https://shopping.geocities.jp/hankos/rurounikensin/
Japanese hanko stamp shop HANKOS released a new collection of hanko with designs of characters from the anime series Detective Conan, also known as Case Closed, on May 12, 2021. These order-made hanko stamps, which are used in place of signatures in Japan, let you pick your favourite character to be engraved along with your name or a word written in Japanese.
24 Illustrations / 17 Characters
There are 17 characters to choose from with 24 different illustrations, including the protagonist Conan Edogawa, Ai Haibara, Kaito Kid, Shuichi Akai, Furuya Rei, and other familiar faces from Gosho Aoyama’s popular manga series.
You can have your name, pen name, handle name, or a message engraved on your hanko such as “OK” or “Thank You.” There are three designs to choose from including a self-ink type, a wooden type which can be used at banks in Japan, and a black version. These hanko can be used at most banks in Japan or just for decorative use in your notebook.
Which design do you like the most?
Japanese hanko stamp company Hankos has released a new collection of order-made hanko which feature traditional family crests. Hanko stamps are often used in Japan in place of signatures where you have your name printed onto the stamp itself. This new collection contains over 3,000 crests to pick from.
There are three designs to choose from including a self-ink type, a wooden type which can be used at banks in Japan, and a black version. You can choose to have your own name carved on, a nickname, handle name, or even a word in Japanese. You can have a maximum of three Kanji, five Hiragana or Katakana, or 6 romaji characters.
Family Crest Hanko
Official Website: https://kamon.shop-pro.jp/
Kuroko’s Basketbell Pop-Up Shop to Open in Akihabara
A Kuroko’s Basketball themed pop-up shop will be open from March 15 to 31 on the second floor of Atre Akihabara 1, a shopping centre connected directly to the JR side of Akihabara Station.
The shop’s theme is “Canvas With Their Paint” and will feature original merchandise and mini games based on the nine main characters of the series all of who are dressed as painters.
Kuroko’s Basketbell pictures and wall art will decorate the inside of Atre and a special recording of the character Taiga Kagami, voiced by Yūki Ono, will also play in store.
A4 Folder (9 Designs): ¥500
Pin Badge (9 Designs): ¥500
Acrylic Stand (9 Designs): ¥1,500
T-Shirt (9 Designs): ¥3,500 Sizes: Medium/Large (*Available late March)
Fans can look forward to dunking plenty of exclusive merchandise too.
And for every ¥500 spent inside Atre (excluding the pop-up shop) you can get your hands on one of fourteen possible mini notebooks selected randomly.
Kuroko’s Basketball Pop-Up Store ~canvas with their paint~ Atre Akihabara
Location: Atre Akihabara 1 Floor 2F, 1-17-6 Sotokanda, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo
Running: March 15, 2019 – March 31, 2019
Opening Hours: 10:00-21:00
Access: Directly connected to JR Akihabara Station. Also accessible from the Electric Town Exit.
Pop-Up Store Website: https://bandainamco-am.co.jp/chara_shop/kurobas/
Kuroko’s Basketball Website: http://www.kurobas.com/
©Tadatoshi Fujimaki / Shueisha・Kuroko’s Basketball Production Committee
These ‘hanko’ signature stamps make it look like your name came straight out of a manga!
13.November.2016 | FASHION
Internet hanko shop ‘Inkan Hanko SHOP Hankos’ (印鑑はんこSHOPハンコズ) has started selling a special series of hanko called ‘Manga Zukan’ for manga lovers out there. A hanko is a special, personalised stamp of your name used to sign documents in Japan. They take a more fun route to signing rather than the serious, businesslike image that all hanko have given up to now.
‘Manga Zukan’ is the first instalment in a new series of hanko from the store, a series they are calling ‘FUNCO’. The Manga Zukan hanko features manga-like speech bubbles and borders. ‘FUNCO’ is a portmanteau of ‘fun’ and the ‘ko’ sound of ‘hanko’.
The calligraphy style of the text uses real fonts, giving it that real manga edge. Use them for anything and everything: notes, letters – even the post or the bank. Get your own stylised hanko from the Manga Zukan series and feel like you are really in a manga!