Here in Japan there is a tradition to stamp things with a little red seal. No no no, not the animal! A stamp. No no no, not for the post office! A little mark with ink, to make it official. Like a signature in the West. This can be called (among other things depending on it's use!) hanko, or inkan. Apparently the Chinese call it yÃ¬njiÃ n or something. None the less it's pretty cool, right? However, in my quest to fill in all the missing clipart gaps here at Openclipart, I noticed we didn't seem to have any clipart for an inkan name stamp thing. (If any literate person makes a 'this is *my* hanko' pun, I will groan!) So I made this with my bear hands. I'm a bear?! I mean, my bare hands. For you. And the future. Enjoy!
This is a completely free image Hanko - Name Seal (Japan) that you can download, post, and use for any purpose.
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