I first took interest in foreign countries and their cultures after visiting America and Canada for the first time when I was 9 years old.
I went on to do a home stay in America at Salt Lake City, Utah during high school.
I also took a strong interest in other Asian cultures, and majored in the Indonesian language at Osaka University
of Foreign Studies.
I spent a year studying abroad at the University of Malaya, during which time
I shared a dorm room with a student of the Muslim faith.
Through these experiences,
I trained myself to understand that not only do others have different values than I do,
but also that this was a natural thing. This way of thinking has been immensely helpful in my work.
After university, I started working at Japanese companies in the promotion and sales of their
products abroad, and after that I had a job at the Japan branch of an American audio device manufacturer
as a marketing manager.
I had always wanted to start my own business, so the birth of my child
became a stopping point at the company, and I went on to pass the Certified Administrative
Procedures Legal Specialists exam.
I went on to start this enterprise.
A Certified Administrative Procedures Legal Specialist, also known as a Gyosei Shoshi Lawyer,
is a nationally certified professional in legal affairs that is able to file government licenses and permits, draft documents, and provide legal advice for such interactions.
I specialize in the immigration process, company founding support, and business permit acquisition process.
＞ Blog by Wakana Tachikawa