Two cute turtles are smiling happily and wish you longevity, stability and luck!
You can see images of turtles, or 'kame', everywhere in Japan, both in modern popular culture and in depictions of ancient folklore as they symbolise long life, prosperity and good fortune.
It's particularly enjoyable, however, to see real live ones in the ponds and lakes of Japanese gardens and parks where they look so pretty.
This wood and rubber Japanese hanko craft stamp is a great way to add a touch of Japanese tradition to all kinds of papercrafts including cards, gift tags, collages and pictures.
The stamp shows two turtles in a neat circle of dots, wishing you good luck and prosperity.
The kanji characters '健康長寿' say 'kenkou chouju' meaning 'healthy longevity'.
The stamp measures 2.7cm square by 2.4cm in height.
For use with your own ink pads.