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October 19, 2012, 10:10:47 AM
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Have you ever wanted something from Japan? But couldn't get them to send it to you? Or maybe you just really want something but no idea what you want? Well, I'm here to make your day! I can get that thing you want!. Furthermore, I can introduce you to things you didn't even know you wanted until now.

These are Inkan - identity seals (stamps) used by the Japanese for doing everything you need a signature for in the West.

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FIRST 5 ORDERS WILL GET FREE REGISTERED SHIPPING INCLUDED IN MAIN PRICE ***
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You have an opportunity to purchase one for yourself I will translate your name into Japanese (katakana) and get a custom-engraved signatory inkan for you. (or a friend)

I am currently offering free (unregistered) shipping on these seals!

Inkan come in different mm diameter sizes - (10, 12, 13.5, 15, 16, 18). I have selected the 12mm size type, which is typical for almost everyone.
I have opted to selected 10mm type to help reduce the price! If you want a larger inkan please tell me!

JUST ADDED! Birch wood with colored cow-hide effect case. PRICE: http://goo.gl/PRSjp

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JUST ADDED! Birch wood resin composite with colored cow-hide effect case. PRICE: http://goo.gl/PRSjp

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Black plastic with plastic case - this is the most basic kind of inkan available, all synthetic. PRICE: http://goo.gl/PRSjp

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Colored plastic with plastic case - there are many colors to choose from, not just green - please ask me. PRICE: http://goo.gl/PRSjp

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Mulberry wood with colored cow-hide effect case - mulberry wood has been a common material for inkan for centuries. PRICE: http://goo.gl/PRSjp

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Ebony wood with colored cow-hide effect case - ebony is also frequently used due it's jet-black quality. PRICE: http://goo.gl/PRSjp

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Buffalo horn (natural) with luxury cow-hide effect case - harvested from water buffalo horn. PRICE: http://goo.gl/PRSjp

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Buffalo horn core with luxury cow hide effect case - harvested from the core of buffalo horn, has a shimmering 'tiger eye' effect. PRICE: http://goo.gl/PRSjp

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Mulberry wood with crocodile-hide case - as above but with crocodile skin case. Other case colors available. PRICE: http://goo.gl/PRSjp

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Cow horn (pure white) with luxury cow effect hide case - harvested from cattle, this is modern ivory (not elephant!!). PRICE: http://goo.gl/PRSjp

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Titanium with luxury cow hide effect case - the latest in durability - titanium! NOW ON SALE! PRICE: http://goo.gl/PRSjp




Your name in Japanese would be custom etched on the bottom of the inkan of your choice!


Remember - I am currently offering free (unregistered) shipping on these seals!

(If you would like to upgrade to registered (tracked) shipping - please let me know.)

Thanks for reading - let me know if you're interested!


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October 19, 2012, 12:10:20 PM
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So is your service a bit like Jlist?
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October 19, 2012, 02:55:10 PM
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So is your service a bit like Jlist?

hi b!z, thanks for your interest. (and nice username)

My service is a bit like Jlist, sure - except for a couple of points.

For one, I don't think they accept bitcoins on that site.

In a more overreaching manner, if you find something on there that you like, by all means please send me a PM! Due to the low merchant (transaction) costs of bitcoin, there is a high probability that I can get you the same item at a better price.

Thanks again for raising the point - grateful for the comparison!

Regard,

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October 19, 2012, 07:17:01 PM
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I am looking for a takoyaki pan (electric or non-electric), a takoyaki oil brush, a makiyakinabe, a panda face onigiri maker, different kinds of bulk sencha, gyokuro, and tamaryokucha leaf tea, Doki Doki Nyan Egg NEKO TAMAGO keychains, and instant miso soup mixes.

Let me know if you can get these things, what prices you charge, and how much it is to ship.  I am looking to order ASAP as most of this is Christmas gifts.  Also cute Japanese Christmas cards with Japanese art in the I would also be interested in.

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October 21, 2012, 06:06:24 AM
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okay, i am going to give this a try guys.  i'll let you know how it goes.

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October 24, 2012, 05:25:20 AM
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One of the most fun things about first arriving in Japan is wandering around stores full of products that you only have a vague idea of what the contents may be.

(Yes I have bought salt instead of sugar once. That was an interesting coffee morning)

I want to extend that opportunity to you (in a way). I think I've found a pretty neat way of doing it but, please tell me - what you think of something like this?:

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I think the premise of what I am proposing is pretty clear - you look through the image and see if there's anything there that grabs your interest. Before I run with it though - I' be really grateful for some feedback (constructive criticism is very welcome!).

Thanks!
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October 24, 2012, 08:01:13 AM
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So i have heard that mobile phone jammers are available as novelty items in Japan. Is this true? If so what is the cost?

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October 24, 2012, 08:16:57 AM
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800MHZ and 1.5GHZ are used in Japan, unless they sell "export" models.


 
 
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October 24, 2012, 08:27:41 AM
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Guess i would be looking for an export model then

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October 24, 2012, 06:27:55 PM
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I am interested.   How would you go about making my unique seal?   I see a some Katakana or Romanji on them?   How does it work?   I would like to get one.    Can you do ones for stamps and others for wax?


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October 25, 2012, 05:17:15 AM
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I am interested.   How would you go about making my unique seal?   I see a some Katakana or Romanji on them?   How does it work?   I would like to get one.    Can you do ones for stamps and others for wax?



Hello Dalkore, thanks for your interest.

I would be translating your name for you and then ordering the inkan on your behalf.

Personally, I would recommend ordering your inkan with katakana as opposed to romaji, as katakana is closer in authenticity for personal inkan (romaji is typically only used for company inkan).

For example, your bitcointalk username 'Dalkore' could translate to ダルコア in katakana, and that would be written on the base of your inkan, like this:



Contrary to popular perception, wax stamps are not part of Japanese culture. While antique seals (specifically made to order) can occasionally be found at auction, there was never any mainstream domestic production out here, sorry.

If you have any further questions, please feel free to ask them here in the thread - others may be interested to know more too!
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October 25, 2012, 05:26:12 AM
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Guess i would be looking for an export model then

Hello qukkM, thanks for expressing your interest.

Unfortunately there is no such thing as export models available here.

Your best bet (I believe) would be to try and source something like that from China. I did see some available on Dealextreme years ago.
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October 25, 2012, 05:30:22 AM
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Can you find me some of those weird candies that I see in various youtube videos?

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October 25, 2012, 08:19:42 AM
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You wouldn't be referring to this rather unique set would you?:



Demonstration: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gr-qewC-4gY


I created a price list here: http://goo.gl/PRSjp

(please select the 'SWEETS' tab at the bottom of the sheet)

Thanks for your interest - let me know what you think!

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I'm looking for a rice-based candy

Mochi cakes I think they're called

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October 25, 2012, 01:06:10 PM
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I'm looking for a rice-based candy

Mochi cakes I think they're called

Mmmm, daifuku, one of my favorite desserts.  Luckily one of my local Korean grocery stores sells a pretty good pre-packaged version. 

I was wondering if Japanbit had thought of re-selling the used electronics available in Akihabara?  I haven't gone in a long time, but there used to always be some fantastic deals on stuff that wasn't available outside of Japan that would always have me reaching for me credit card Smiley
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October 25, 2012, 03:41:36 PM
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I'm looking for a rice-based candy

Mochi cakes I think they're called

Hi BC. You are partially right - there are a number of Japanese sweets made using mochi as an ingredient. Plain mochi itself is rather bland, so it is often combined with sweeter flavors (or flavors are added to it to make it sweeter).

Are you a chocolate-y kind of person? Prefer fruits or something? What kind of sweet flavors do you like in particular?

Right off the bat though, I will recommend these:



Chocolate mochi
They mix cocoa in as an ingredient for the mochi casing, fill it in with some textured chocolate in the middle, and finish with a dot of ganache at the center.

The slight chew to the mochi draws out the melty chocolate taste, suspending it for the duration of the treat. The ganache is that final nail in the coffin, at the funeral of your self-restraint.

Be right back. Just going out to buy some chocolate mochi.
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October 25, 2012, 04:48:03 PM
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You wouldn't be referring to this rather unique set would you?:



Demonstration: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gr-qewC-4gY


I created a price list here: http://goo.gl/PRSjp

(please select the 'SWEETS' tab at the bottom of the sheet)

Thanks for your interest - let me know what you think!

I have a friend that would get a kick out of this...  I might be willing to grab a box or two.   Smiley

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Oh yes!

How much for a box and shipping to Europe?
If shipping is the major cost in this how much to add a few more boxes?

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Got my stuff today and he even threw in free candy. Very nice man to work with and shipped expedited, only took 7 days to get to north America!!

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