Amakusa area charm rediscovery campaign (Kumamoto)
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(Yumehotaru Masataka Kinoshita Manager)
"If you stay in Amakusa, you will find Amakusa's ingredients, nature, and many other things, so I hope you will rediscover its charm."
A campaign with a gift certificate worth 200 yen that can be used at about 2000 target stores in Amakusa city.
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Gift certificates(Shohinken) is a fixed amount of money stated on the face of the ticket.ProductsRight to be providedSecurities..Also called a product stamp.AccountThe five elements of are debt.Conversely, gift certificates from other stores are assets.
A gift certificate (commodity stamp) is a security that has the purchasing power of a certain product...Generally, it is issued by a specific retail store, a cooperative association of retail stores (shopping street, etc.), a gift certificate issuing company, etc. for the purpose of promoting sales of its own store or affiliated store, and is used for gifts such as gifts. Be done.
The recipient of the gift certificate is at a specific retail store (issuer's retail store or retail store group, partner company, or member company of the issuing company) that can use the gift certificate.cash(currency) Can be used in the same way.商品券は、貨幣に似た性質を持つが、いったん商品を買い取るとそれで消滅してしまい、再び世に出て流通することはないGift certificates have properties similar to money, but once a product is purchased, it disappears and will not be distributed again..prepaid cardIn the case of, the balance decreases according to the use.When using a gift certificate, the handling differs depending on the type of gift certificate.If the difference is more than the face value (if you purchase 1000 yen when the gift certificate face value is 1300 yen, add cash or gift certificate for the difference), you can use it together with cash.更にFurthermore1989 Fromconsumption taxHas been introduced, so it is no longer possible to redeem at the main unit price, and it is necessary to add taxable portion without fail.
Since gift certificates are generally issued in large quantities, gift certificate paper with a ground pattern is often used even when issued in a small shopping district from the viewpoint of preventing counterfeiting.
In English, there is the word token, and this token includes not only gift certificates but also tokens and vouchers.代表的なものに本と引き換えができるイギリスのブックトークンがあるA typical example is a British book token that can be redeemed for books...However, English tokens are not limited to pieces of paper, such as Japanese gift certificates, but include coin-shaped tokens.
Japanese gift certificate
Gift certificates in JapanFund settlement lawIt corresponds to the "prepaid payment method" stipulated in (Act No. 21 of 59).
As regional gift certificates, gift certificates with a premium amount that can be used only at stores in the region, including local governments, are often sold.
Plastic moldgift cardIs now available, some can be recharged, and can be used semi-permanently, so the market is expected to continue expanding.一方で、法改正によって使用を停止した商品券も増えており（実例・On the other hand, the number of gift certificates that have been suspended due to law revisions is increasing (examples:Stationery ticket,Music gift card(E.), there is a problem that it does not work without knowing it, and it becomes worthless after the refund period. →Increasing suspension of use due to cash voucher # law revisionreference.
According to the Tax Information Center (Tax Information Room) of the National Tax Agency, the birthplace of gift certificates is Sendai, and we are grateful to the people who took care of us during the winter season in Sendai in the middle of Edo (1651-1745). It was customary to give tofu with a lot of money, but in addition to the fact that the tofu shop is inundated with orders, there is a limit to the fact that the purchaser can consume the tofu given at once on the same day. I thought about it, and when a tofu shop got paid for it, it started with a troublesome tofu stamp that I wrote down a promise on paper so that I could exchange it when needed, and it became popular in other areas as well. It has become possible to exchange stamps such as buns and tofu stamps at any time.In addition, Katakura Kagetsuna (18-1557) collapsed in Jinguji-mura, where he stayed on the way to Shiraishi at the behest of his lord Date Masamune ... 1615-1567) in the "Sendai Monographs No. 1636" held by the National Diet Library. You can see the text that is said to have served sake and tofu (* described later), and it is thought that the word "Troublesome tofu" itself had already existed before the middle of the Edo period.It is known that tofu was widely used as a side dish for fish in Miyagi at that time, and it can be said that it led to the custom of giving tofu to the winter solstice later. "October 5th is the day when Katakura Kagetsuna, Shiroishi Castle, and the land are given. At that time, if it is difficult to make a side dish to celebrate the celebration, if it is difficult to reach the sea, tofu will be used for the celebration It's time to replace sake. Well, it's said that the thing here is to use the troublesome tofu as a side dish of sake rather than letting it drink. It's a custom that never forgets the old days, and it's really an award. Later, the name "stamp" has spread in various ways, such as book cards and gift cards, as the times have changed, and it has been sold nationwide for the first time in Sendai. It seems that it will have some influence, and in fact, it is a business custom that the first sale period of Sendai has continued since the Edo period as it is not subject to fair trade, so it is okay to offer high-priced products as prizes. It can be a sufficient basis from the fact that it is a special case recognized by.On the other hand, in Osaka, which was the center of the national economy, it is said that the bun stamp issued by Toraya, a confectionery dealer in Koraibashi, was the first to see a gift certificate in 1793, but from around this time, it was a bun stamp. , Sake stamps, Koraibashi stamps, Gamo stamps, sea fish stamps, etc. are often used for gifts such as ceremonial occasions, and are often used as currency.It is said that the fact that it was frequently used for gifts is still relevant today.
Later, as the name of stamps changed with the times, the names of book cards and gift cards have expanded in various ways to the present day, and it has had a considerable influence on the Sendai Hatsu-uri, which is known nationwide. It seems that, in fact, the first sale period of Sendai is a business custom that has continued since the Edo period, so it is a special case that the government accepts that it is okay to offer high-priced products as prizes. It can be a sufficient basis from the fact that.On the other hand, in Osaka, which was the center of the national economy, it is said that the bun stamp issued by Toraya, a confectionery dealer in Koraibashi, was the first to see a gift certificate in 5. , Sake stamps, Koraibashi stamps, Gamo stamps, sea fish stamps, etc. are often used for gifts such as ceremonial occasions, and are often used as currency.It is said that the fact that it was frequently used for gifts is still relevant today.
Main gift certificates
* Basically the amount is stated
- IndividualDepartment store,supermarketGift certificate issued by
- Gift certificate common to all department stores (Japan Department Store Association）
- 全国CGC member supermarketCommon gift certificate (CGC Group National Gift Certificate ）
- Credit cardCompany gift certificate
- Mitsukoshi Ticket-Mitsukoshi Gift Certificate (Mitsukoshi Gift Certificate)Mitsukoshi）
- XNUMX yen ticket, XNUMX million yen ticket
- Isetan gift certificate (Isetan）
- XNUMX yen ticket, XNUMX million yen ticket
- Takashimaya Gift Certificate (Takashimaya）
- XNUMX yen ticket, XNUMX yen ticket, XNUMX million yen ticket, XNUMX yen ticket (spelling), XNUMX yen ticket (spelling), XNUMX yen ticket (spelling), XNUMX yen ticket (spelling)
- Matsuya Gift Certificate (Matsuya）
Credit card company
Industry gift certificate
- Gift certificate common to department stores nationwide
- Gift card for children
- Jeff Gourmet Card
- Okome ticket
- Beer ticket
- Travel ticket
- Flower and green gift certificate
- Library card
The following are industry gift certificates that existed in the past (store names are those at that time).
- Book coupon(Issuance stopped because the book card was replaced in 2005, available as of January 2011)
- Record ticket ・Music gift card
- Stationery ticket
- Beer ticket601 yen ticket (Keikyu Department StoreReleased elsewhere)
- Sake2100 yen ticket
- JCBIchiman Yen Ticket
- JTBNice shop
- Japan McDonald'sGift card XNUMX yen ticket
- nakasanShopping bond
- MARUMITUgift card
- Mae Department StoreGift certificates
- TsukubaKeiseiGift certificates
- Kasukabe MatsuzakayaGift certificates
- New NarayaGift certificates
- Funabashi SogoSpelling 3 thousand yen tickets
- Yurakucho SogoShopping coupon
- PrintempsGift certificates
- MitsukoshiXNUMX yen ticket
- SeibuOne 1-yen coin (at the time of Kamakura Seibu's business)
- Seibu XNUMX yen ticket
- Seibu Ichi XNUMX yen ticket
- loftgift card
- KeioXNUMX yen ticket
- Odakyu Lady's LoveShopping ticket XNUMX yen internal delivery certificate
- Odakyu OXgift card
- Odakyu TravelTravel ticket
- Tokyu TourismGift certificates
- YokohamaMatsuyaGift certificates
- Suwa Marumitsu Gift Certificate ・MarumitsuGift certificates
- Marumitsu SogoGift certificates
- MatsuzakayaXNUMX yen coin
- MarueiXNUMX yen coin
- Seibu HokurikuXNUMX yen internal certificate
- DaimaruShopping bond
- TenmayaXNUMX yen coin
- Iyotetsu TakashimaXNUMX yen ticket
- Hakata IzutsuyaXNUMX yen internal certificate
- Iwataya"Gift Vouchers"
- Tojo DaimaruGift certificates
- ^ Tomisaburo Takeshima, Monetary Principles, 1924, p. 214.
- ^ a b Tomisaburo Takeshima, Monetary Principles, 1924, p. 215.
- ^ Shuppan News, Japan, 1976, p. 469.