Advertising giant Dentsu cJapanese (TYO: 4324) has teamed up with Japan Post Service Co. Ltd. to develop a Facebook page / app that allows users to send each other physical cards, greeting cards, not knowing the address actual recipient.
Postman calls and can access the service go to facebook.com /postman.jp. As expected, the service is free, and prices of books(so you can see), all under 630 yen. There are books for Christmas, New Year, birthdays, weddings and fun designs, likethe Japanese art of ukiyo-e. You can also book your own designusing a photo of your account. Some models can be seen below.After selecting your card and select the recipient who must approve your submission. Next, you specify its meaning (which is not disclosed to the sender), so the card can be sent. Payment will be made by the sender using a credit card, and apart fromthe initial price of books, some fees apply to small cars christmas flowers japan .
Japan is apparently trying to bring some new business with thisinitiative, and their fusion eBay last month. In terms of Dentsu, the company partnered with Facebook in February, and thisapplication was developed with support from the social networkgiant postman christmas flowers japan blogs .