Personal stamp (hanko)
I was told to bring a Hanko with me to the bank.
A personal stamp (Hanko) is used in place of a signature in Japan. Hanko is often required to confirm or otherwise indicate one's intentions for contractual matters, at municipalities and banks. Foreign nationals can make their own Hanko in Japan. Please contact Support-R for further information on how to make a Hanko.
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