Definition of はんこ

はんこhankoハンコHANKO

noun:

  • seal (used for signature) 印鑑

Example Sentences

watashiたちtachino生活seikatsuniha判子hankoga必需hitsujuhinですdesu
Hanko are essential in our daily life.
このkono週間shuukannikai判子hankowo使っtsukataka思い出せomoidaseないnaiくらいkuraiですdesu
This week I used my hanko so often that I can't remember how many times I've used it.
日本nipponhaこうしたkoushita判子hankoga使わtsukawareteiますmasuga外国gaikokuhaサインSAINga主流shuryuuですdesu
Seals are used like this in Japan, but abroad signatures are the rule.
日本nippondeha何かとnanikato判子hankowo使いtsukaiますmasuga実はjitsuha署名shomeidemoオッケーOKKEEna場合baaiga多いooiですdesu
In Japan you tend to use your personal seal, but actually a signature would often suffice.
例えばtatoeba宅配takuhai便binno受け取りuketoriniha判子hankoha必要hitsuyou有りariませmasen
For example, you don't need a personal seal to collect a parcel.

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