|Company Name||QP Co., Ltd.|
|Representative Director||Yuji Moriya|
|Capital||5 million yen|
|Number of Employees||52 (as at December 2015)|
|Shop Manager (JP)||Maika Akino|
|Shop Manager (EN)||Ayako Izumi|
|License||Antique Dealer License No. 621230142851
Issued by the Osaka Prefectural Public Safety Commission
|Corporation lawyer||Kenichi Horino
|Business Activities||We sell Japanese kimono & other traditional garments, tea ceremony utensils, antiques, art, and more to buyers across the globe.
| Sou Worldwide: Toward a global community!
In March 2015, Sou visited the prestigious University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia.
We gave a presentation about our business and goals, and encouraged students to work in Japan.
Japan Expo 2015
From July 2-5, 2015, we exhibited at the 16th Japan Expo in Paris, France.
The 4-day event is an annual celebration of Japanese culture and tradition.
Hundreds of enthusiastic customers visited our booth, buying everything from chawan to yukata.
Collaboration with Kyoto University of Art & Design
We were very impressed Long-Life Design class, which literally creates the new designs will be supported by people in later generations.
Immediately, we contacted them whether kimono can be reborn into other items, and we gladly assist them.
Thankfully, they were also willing to work with it, and the story between KUAD and SOU had started.
Collaboration with NARAMACHI HOSTEL & RESTAURANT
Recently, there are many foreign tourists from the world, and especially in Osaka where our office locates are very popular among them because of shopping, gourmet, sightseeing.
The most popular sightseeing spots next to Osaka and Kyoto, Nara which takes about one hour from Osaka CBD is also one of the most popular place, and in the area called “Naramachi (奈良町/ならまち) which has good old streetscape, there is NARAMACHI HOSTEL＆RESTAURANT.