15 dog breeds such as Dalmatian, German Shepherd, and Afghan Hound have been added to the dog-illustrated seal "Inuzukan". A total of 92 types of dog illustrations can be selected, but no new illustrations have been added to the Shiba Inu.
"Inuzukan" is a seal with an illustration of a dog on the seal. The dog's illustration and name are combined and can be used as a registration stamp at almost all major banks.
15 types including Dalmatian, Boston Terrier, Labrador, French Bulldog, etc. have been added this time. The manufacturer describes "Inuzukan," which offers a total of 92 types of dog illustrations, as if it were a "real picture book."
This time too, the wonderfulness of the company's illustrator is shining. For example, the Dalmatian pattern is also drawn firmly in the narrow space of the stamp face of the stamp.
However, the cold treatment of Shiba Inu is still the same. The Shiba Inu that became selectable with the previous addition of the breed is more like a Heian aristocracy with a "Denjo eyebrows" on his face rather than a Shiba Inu. Certainly, there are many "Maro" eyebrows in Shiba Inu, but this is a little different.
Personally, if there are 92 kinds of dog illustrations, I think it's okay to have a little more Shiba Inu. Shiba Inu owners want the freedom to choose their favorite Shiba Inu illustrations.
For details on prices and purchasing methods, refer to the "Seal Hanko SHOP Hankoz" website.