We had an Open House at KusaK Cut Glass Works. Check out the website and if you see something you like, let me know. We will source them for you from KusaK.
The trend now is to have no office nor assigned desk at your workplace. You show up with your Laptop PC and find the seat and start working. I like that idea.
Let us build a webpage for you.
Do you know what company or store uses this coffee cup?
In Osaka, I saw many fast food stands people were lining up. That is amazing. They are not foreigners, they are Japanese people lining up. Do you think people would like Takoyaki?
I cannot find 32 x 36 Levi's in the US either.
I saw a large advertisement for LEVI'S in Japan ... Look closely ... the wait is 32 and length 36 ... Who wears that size in Japan. Is this a joke or making fun of people?
For many Japanese companies, the US market is very far away. At the same time, for many US companies, Japanese market is not even in their mind. I think I can help both US and Japanese companies sell products both ways.
This is not Starbucks.
When I was going to school, Ice Coffee in Japan was a popular drink. But for years, you cannot get Iced Coffee in the US. Only when the espresso drinks became popular Iced Coffee became a norm.
Did you know that?
There was no decaf drip at Starbucks at Itami Airport. So I ordered Decaf Americano ... It was so weak, it was terrible. I returned it. They made on with less water and gave it to me ... I accepted it but I threw it away without letting people at the store know. They may know how to make coffee but they do not know to make good coffee. Especially Decaf.
PS: In Japan, people call Iced Coffee ... Ice Coffee.