Learning katakana is so useful! It means you will always be able to find a sandwich or ice cream when in Japan (and loads of other useful stuff too).
This set of 'Petit Moji' katakana stamps is a fun way to include Japanese characters in your craft projects.
Katakana is the set of 'kana' or characters that form one of the simplified Japanese phonetic alphabets, alongside hiragana, and is used mainly for foreign words and names.
The cute set of 60 wood and rubber stamps comes in a PET plastic box and contains:
Each wooden stamp block measures 7mm x 7mm x 33mm giving a smallish font size ideal for cards, gift tags and all kinds of paper crafts.
The natural rubber stamping surface is precisely cut for a neat print, ready to use with your own ink pads.
Note: When new, the rubber stamp faces are joined together and must be carefully separated. You can see how to separate them by watching the video or following this link: