I have just sold my parents’ house which is located in north of Tokyo.
It wa a lengthy process as my parents’ records are still registered to the Hiroshima Prefecture.
The local government doesn’t accept a bank transfer, so I needed to create a money order at a post office, and mailed it with a return envelope.
It is much easier to use FedEX or DHL to send a parcel overseas!
The other thing is a hanko, stamp registration. Now less and less stamp registration gets needed but it still exists.
Change or improvement leads to a loss of job or a new assignment, so it is difficult to change even a small thing.
Especially on a national level.
DHL and FedEX don’t need any hanko(stamp) but JP Post needs it.
I convinced manager of the local post office that I can sign EMS to ship it.
But each time a new person comes to pick a parcel, they said, ‘ no signature, but hanko!’
I have a hanko, but I say, ‘ I don’t have a hanko. I lost it.’
I have a hanko, LOL, but what is the point if I sign it?
That is a messy signature that no one can read or write, so can be more trusted, right ?
I don’t want to give a hard time to a person who collects parcels. So I ask if I can talk to a person on the phone.
I did talk to a manager maybe five times, but it is a big organization, and a manager is often replaced.
I begin to wonder how many times I have to explain to JP Post for the rest of my life. ….
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