Same species/different species (Doshu/Ishu)

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Same species/different species (Doshu/Ishu)
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Meaning of “same species/different species”

“Same type/different type” refers to “goods of the same type/form” and “goods of a different type/form.” So-called”transactionThis term is used to clarify what you want and what can be exchanged, as there are currently many forms of goods.

Origin and etymology of “same species/different species”

They are originally common words. “Homogenous” refers to “the same type,” and “heterogeneous” refers to “different/different types.”

Since then, the term has been used to refer to types of goods.

For example, if you are exchanging an acrylic stand for character A and an acrylic stand for character B, it is a “like-kind exchange,” and if you are exchanging A’s rubber strap and B’s acrylic stand, it is a “different kind exchange.”

There is also a pattern called “same-different-kind exchange,” where any goods from A are OK.
This is completely a matter of personal preference, but roughly speaking, people who collect goods can be divided into those who “want to collect goods of the same type (complete)” and those who “want to collect goods of the same character, regardless of type.” people exist. Therefore, this division is relatively important.

In the case of “different kind exchange”, there is often a difference in the list price of the goods (on average around 200 to 300 yen).

In that case, there are cases where you pay the difference between the list prices to the higher list price, which is called “difference settlement,” but this increases man-hours and may cause trouble, so you may have to adjust the number of goods, etc. It is more common to ensure that there is no difference (or no payment is required).
Also, this is a related term, but “infinite collection” There is a term. The meaning is a coined word that combines “infinite” and “collection,” meaning “to collect any number of the same thing.” This term is sometimes used as “same kind 〇〇 infinite collection (or ∞).”

Utilization of “same species/different species”

Basically, it is used like this.

▼Pattern 1
“Give: A, B, C, 〇〇, △△, □□
Request: Same type D, F”

▼Pattern 2
“Give: A, B, C, 〇〇, △△, □□
Request: Same species D, different species F”

▼Pattern 3
“Give: A, B, C, 〇〇, △△, □□
Desired: Similar D, F, E
*D is collected indefinitely. I would like 1 each for F and E.”

In the case of pattern 3, D accepts multiple offers (I want as many as I want), but F and E only accept one offer each (only one is enough).

That means.
There are many unique words for “transactions,” so if you have any concerns, we recommend that you look them up first.

Transaction (Oitorihiki)

Infinite collection

Aksuta (Akusuta)

Same species/different species (Doshu/Ishu)

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