It has been over 20 years since the Internet has been established and the world keeps changing at an unbelievable speed. There is no guarantee that what I think is a good idea today will be a good idea tomorrow. As soon as I think of a good idea, I should try it. And it's important to make a decision to keep or quit an idea quickly.
Speed is now required of companies seeking new business. Uchikura & Co is where entrepreneurs are devoted to entrepreneurship.
– Ken Uchikura
Wireless headphones shipped from Seattle, WA
Japanese-Online.com is being managed by Uchikura & Co.↓
We are doing online sales for Kusak Cut Glass Works. Kusak glasses are hand-cut and have been in Seattle for over 100 years. Uchikura & Co. introduced Kusak to the Japanese market and handles sales in both the U.S. and Japan. We deliver the finest glassware from Kusak's skilled craftsmen at an exceptional value through direct sales.
Don't drop your smartphone. The ring can be rotated and fixed and also be used as a stand of a smartphone. We sell it with the Uchikura & Co logo for a good deal. Or, we can deliver it with your company's logo starting from a minimum order of 500 pieces. It is a popular novelty.
Are you interested in running a famous fried chicken restaurant or food truck in Japan? The owner was born in Texas and opened Ezell's Famous Chicken in Seattle, Washington in 1984. They are currently operating 13 stores near Seattle plus two food trucks. Ezell's regularly ranks in top ten lists for American fried chicken and wishes to bring their fried chicken to Japan through Uchikura & Co.
8167200 is a US patent number for credit card authentication security that Kenichi Uchikura, founder of Uchikura & Co, designed. The application date was July 9, 2009. We have started licensing in the US.
Kiroboto means "flea" in Swahili. It is an online service under development. More information coming soon.↓
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