will be a bridge between
Japan and the world!

The famous spot with international visitors,DOTONBORI,
in Osaka, Japan.


Guidance/Training Program for the international workers.
Information on regulations/rules by the immigration’s services of Japan.
Lesson for Japanese depending on the learners’ levels and goals.
Assistance for life and documentations required for the international visitors/workers/residents/students.
Marketing in Japan for international companies from overseas.


Program for restaurants and hotels, etc.
Maintenance/supply for PC and the equipment.
Web-site creations and maintenance in Japanese/English.


Translation (Japanese/English/Hindi/Urdu/Persian).
Interpretation (Japanese/English/Hindi/Urdu/Persian).
Draft for various leaflets/advertisements in Japanese or English, etc.
Application or documents for Govermental matters.


Sales Promotion for SHOCHU distillers in Kagoshima and Miyazaki prefectures.
Introduction of agricultural products or products to overseas markets.
Export/Import agent including documentation/procedure between Japan and foreign countries.
Exhibition agents in Japanese markets.

About Us

Our Goal: To provide various information and services required by International Residents/Tourists.
Address: Namba-Naka 3-3-3,Naniwa-ku, Osaka-City. Osaka (KITANO Bldg. Room No.202), Zip 556-0011 *Only 5-minute walk from Nankai NAMBA Station.


The encounter might
change the history.
A European monk was introduced a Japanese fisherman who had been lost in the sea yet to be saved. They met at Malacca in Malaysia in 1547. The monk asked the young Japanese why the Japanese letters go downward. And why the lines from the right to the left, which are completely opposite to writing way of European languages. Anjiro, the Japanese guy, replied. “Why don’t you write downward? ” ”Since the human's head is up and the foot is down, isn’t it natural to write downward?” Listening to his logical explanation, the monk was so impressed and could believe that Japan is a civilized country where Anjiro belonged to. Then, he asked his headquarters to send him to Japan for missions. The monk’s name is Francisco de Xavier, who later arrived at Kagoshima, and tried to spread missions of Christianity for the first time in Japan. HOME


The Yellow Signal has lighted
at Tsutenkaku Tower in Osaka!!
Tsutenkaku Tower is a symbol and spot in Osaka. The Tsutenkaku area is known for the old-fashioned and nostalgic restaurants, gift shops and clothing stores with reasonable prices. In the evening of October 1, the tower has lighted the "Yellow " mark, which shows the cautious level set by the Osaka Prefecture government.
By the end of September, many shops and restaurants had closed their business ,according to the rules of “ State of Emergency " by the authorities. And the tower also had lighted Red" in the evenings, signalizing the dangerous level of the CORONA-19.
Now, the people have started their business and are expecting many customers come back.

:Photos by Mr. OKUNO Fumiyasu