We asked children’s book author and illustrator Shinsuke Yoshitake to create illustrations of children for the Hobonichi Techo, and these stamp sets use those illustrations.
There are two sets, “At Home” and “Outside,” with 16 designs included in each set.
At Home stamps include scenes of children lounging at home or objects that can be found around the house. Light blue and orange ink pads are included.
Outside stamps feature children playing outside and objects that can be found outside. Yellow-green and peach ink pads are included.
You can pick out designs that match your mood, designate a stamp for each family member, or try out all kinds of ideas for using the stamp set.
Because the stamps are reusable, go ahead and use them anytime you want. Use them on days that have no plans or special events so you can turn them into their own little adventures.
Born in 1973 in Kanagawa Prefecture.Illustrator and children’s book author.
Creates children’s book illustrations, drawings, and illustrated essays about the little things in our daily lives. Father of two children. Won first prize in the Annual MOE Children’s Book Awards for It Might be an Apple, Still Stuck (Bronze Publishing), I’ve Got a Reason, I Can Be Anything, I Might Pee My Pants a Little (PHP Institute), and If You’re Too Hot Just Take That Off (Hakusensha).
Other books translated in English include:
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