I was born and raised in the countryside of Niigata.
A town with population of only a hundred thousand
people.If you drive a few minutes by car from the
nearest station, you can see the country view all
around you. If you look down to your feet, you can
see the stream flowing. If you look back, you can see
the towering mountains. I've spent my 18 years in a
town like this.
My family was a part-time farmer, so I helped rice
planting in spring and harvesting in autumn. We not
only had rice fields but also had widespread
vegetable fields, where I helped my family grow
cabbages, eggplants and watermelons. I still
remember these experiences clearly.
I think I started to get interested in real estates from
that time. The improvement of agricultural
production base increased the agricultural
productivity, but the assigned lands were in a totally
different places from the ones we've owned. I
remember that I felt something's wrong about this.
Japanese people has long had a strong feeling about
land. And this is something that each of us treasure
more than anything else.
This is the reason why I want to think in a way that
we are "handing over" the land to our customers or
vice versa, rather than using the expression "sell" or
Helping people "handing over" their lands, or having
a chance to get a land from others, is something that
I would work on throughout my life.
Now we only deal with apartments, but in the future
we want to spread the business to building houses
and community development. I will continue working
on real estate business to make my dream come
We donate a certain amount of money agreeing with the purpose of social action work done by the groups below. We hope that part of the profits that we gained from our customers can contribute to the society.