Traditional good luck handmade HANKO
"HANKO" is used by all Japanese people at the milestones of their lives.
It is like a symbol of that person.
KAMAKURA HANKO Important personal signature in Japan
HANKO stamps used on important documents Instead of signature.
Foreigners living in Japan need to open bank accounts, apply for utility fees, and lots more.
There is a place to stamp a seal instead of writing your signature on such application forms.
Japan is the only country in the world that uses a seal registration system traditionally. Read More
In Kamakura, “Mark of the recommendation tag” used for collecting funds for building temple shrines and temples and temples carved from stone, “seal of talcum pattern” were excavated. In addition, They used a seal in the process of making excavated lacquerware in the Middle Ages. Samurais came to use flower …
What are Japanese hanko stamps? Inside the curious history and tradition of Japanese name stamps (and why you’ll want one of your own!)
Did you know that instead of signing important documents, people in Japan will typically stamp them with their hanko/inkan – their personal seal? Although Japan is famously recognized as one of the most technologically advanced countries in the world, contemporary Japanese society still incorporates many traditional elements. Follow along as …