Do you know what a hanko is?
In Japan, we still use a signature stamp / name seal in everyday life. These are commonly known as hanko.
For example, if we are receiving parcels/packages, we would use our hanko to stamp on the receipt.
You can sign too but commonly we use our hanko.
If you live in Japan, you will find it fairly useful to have one. It makes a cute souvenir too!
So where do you get one?
If you have a common japanese name, you can find cheap ones in stationery stores or even Daiso!
If you do not [eg, if you have a non japanese name or a non common japanese name like yumeko XD] you will need to find a store that would carve it for you.
Typically they cost around 2000yen and up [esp if you order it online and need to buy shipping etc]
I spotted this machine in Saitama on my way home from my roadtrip over the weekend.
However i am certain there are several in Tokyo. A quick search online showed that many Seiyu stores have them.
Let me know if you try this out!