Unlike other countries, a simple signature in Japan will not suffice for approvals and documents, which is why the Asian country is constantly upgrading its hanko or inkan, a personal seal like the dessin carre hanko.
The sleek design of the dessin carre hanko is definitely different and more modernized than the traditional Japanese stamp. Unlike the typical stone, wooden, ivory or bamboo seals that contain personal fonts that are chosen from a communal catalog, the customized designer stamp infuses the conventional I.D. inkan with a modernized theme featuring computerized grid-like etchings on the side. The translucent material adds to the classiness of the conventional stamp, giving it a polished prestigious update. The customized design will also ensure that there are no similarities or replicas among individuals with identical surnames as well.
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By: Elise Ying-Hei Ho - Published: Dec 14, 2012 • References: japantrendshop