You Can Seal Official Contracts With Madoka Magica Stamps
posted on by Crystalyn Hodgkins
The company e3paper announced on Monday that its mail-order website for illustrated inkan seal stamps now offers official Puella Magi Madoka Magica stamps.
In Japan, many institutions such as banks and government offices accept documents and contracts with an inkan or hanko stamp instead of a signature. Now, you can have Madoka, Homura, Mami, Sayaka, Kyōko, or yes, even Kyubey, on your stamps to make contracts legally binding.
There are two styles of stamps — round for 3,600 yen (about US$36) and square for 3,980 yen (US$40). The first 500 people who order both styles will receive a Kyubey seal mat (pictured above). Orders are being accepted from April 25, 2013 until April 24, 2014, but e3paper cautions that supplies might run out sooner that expected.