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I would like a bokken engraved with my name. How can I order?
We provide engraving option for bokken. It is charged 150 JPN per syllable and two colors of balck and red available. If you leave order comments when filling in the order form, we will revise your in
Can you translate my name into Kanji?
Our staff are also able to translate your name into Japanese Kanji, this is generally done by selecting Kanji which use the same phonetic sound (Ateji). However, if you wanted to use a particualr set
What is Naname-zashi?
Naname-zashi is the term used for stitching which is applied in a diagonal direction. It is used in several areas of Bogu construction; however, it is most commonly seen on the Mendare or a as a part
I like to order embroidery but I don't know how to describe my name to Katakana.
Please refer to the following website to see the katakana image of your name; http://www.japanese-name-translation.com/ Unless you can request us to convert it by leaving an order message in the order
I would like to order embroidery but what is Katakana or Kanji? And how can I translate?
Katakana is one of Japanese alphabets mainly used to describe foreign words, such as computer. You can refer to the following website to see the katakana image of your name http://www.japanese-name-tr
My country is not listed in the shipping option.
That is no problem, we can still process an order for you, however, you will need to place your order by email. Simply email us, using the form below including the details of the product you would lik
Is it possible to embroider on Pants other than Hakama?
Yes. Embroidery on pants is available. Please refer to this webpage. http://www.tozandoshop.com/Name_Embroidery_on_Pants_p/sisyu4.htm
What is Bou-zashi or Bo-zashi?
Bou-zashi or Bo-zashi is the term applied to stitching which continues in a straight line. As teh stitching of hand-stitched Bogu is generally done in straigth ines by default, the term, Bou-zashi or
What is Gunome-zashi?
Gunome-zashi is a method of stitching which involves an additional row of stitching being inserted between the standard width rows. Further the additional stitches are placed at alternate intervals to