Continuing from the last time we talked about when to make bank seals for children, this time we will talk about when to make registered seals.
When and how did you get your own seal this time? I did a survey about.
1st place I got it from my parents at the time of entering university, graduating, becoming an adult, and getting a job. 49%
2nd place Purchased by myself at the timing of marriage or real estate purchase. 36%
3rd place Others (I don't have one, share bank seal as registered seal) 15%
By the way, only a few people (about 3 to 5%) have children's personal seals among those who have minor children .
From these results, it seems that there is no particular need to make a registered seal, at least while the child is a minor, and the most common pattern is that parents give their child a gift at the timing when it is likely to be needed after adulthood.
As an aside, I think that giving a registered seal with the first name (or full name), which was the first gift from parents to a child after birth, will be a wonderful memorial for both parents and children. Would you like to have a good milestone timing?
In addition, although there were only a few participants in this survey, from the perspective of crime prevention, we strongly recommend that you do not use a single registered seal and a bank seal, but instead create separate seals and store them separately.
We also introduce how to choose the material and size of registered seals and bank seals on the product page, so please take a look!
Also, we regularly issue discount coupons for mail magazine members and those who have registered on LINE.