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NNanda
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PostPosted: 2013-11-27, 16:32    Post subject: Hanko Question Reply with quote

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Can anyone help me with the Hanko on a Shakuhatchi that I bought in Japan. There is another inscription at the backside, between holes 1 and 2 that I would like to understand.
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PostPosted: 2013-11-27, 17:01    Post subject: Hanko Question Reply with quote

Hi NNanda,

Welcome here on the forum. Maybe will you find what you seek for in this database Arrow https://docs.google.com/document/d/1j-T3_IT80dqn8gWu8xf13SymBltAsSXDEj1ZpB0tMRw/edit

If not, someone can be of service here, I'm sure!

Did you introduce yourself in the Teahouse? It would be a beginning Mr. Green

Enjoy your new shakuhachi
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PostPosted: 2013-11-27, 17:14    Post subject: Hanko Question Reply with quote

Hi Nicolas,
I am new to the site and will take your advice and introduce myself at the Teahouse. I looked at the database and don't find anything that looks like this Hanko. Hopefully someone here can help and also explain what the other inscriptions are.

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Nancy

P.S.: What is that incredible instrument in your photo? Is it some type of digeridoo?
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PostPosted: 2013-11-27, 17:18    Post subject: Hanko Question Reply with quote

Seika.

To be more specific.... Kitahara Seika. Top photo reads 'Seika', and to the right is written 'Tozan cho'. The bottom photo reads 'Seikado'.


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PostPosted: 2013-11-27, 17:30    Post subject: Hanko Question Reply with quote

It's the best place to find help, someone may have the same kanjis on his flute, who knows?

On the photo what you see is a german pioneer (I believe) holding a pipe shape trunk.
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PostPosted: 2014-01-28, 20:11    Post subject: Hanko Question Reply with quote

I love the design of the second Hanko! Very cool!
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