|Name||International Interface Co., Ltd.|
|Established||June 8, 2000|
2-26-32 Minami-aoyama, Seizan 402, Minato-ku Tokyo, 107-0062
800 W. El Camino Real, Suite 180, Mountain View CA 94040, USA
|Business||Strategic investment consultancy, technology research, market research, information provision, multi-lingual production (IR, advertising and public relations), translation, interpretation, real estate brokerage (Tokyo Governor license for real estate trader No. (2) 96857), travel agency (Tokyo Governor license for travel industry No. 2-6804), etc.|
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking, Aoyama branch
|Representative||Norihiko Hirose, President & CEO|
From Gaienmae Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line), take Exit 1A, and go straight along Aoyama-dori toward Shibuya.
Turn left at the SUBWAY sandwich shop, and you will see the “Seizan” building surrounded by bamboo trees.
Go down the first set of stairs, and ring at the intercom at the entrance.
|① STARBUCKS||② SUBWAY||③ BMW||④ Family Mart|
― Seizan building and the entrance
|Jun. 2000||International Interface Co., Ltd. established in Minami-Aoyama, Tokyo|
|Apr. 2003||International Interface, Inc. established in Silicon Valley as an American corporation (consulting services for start-up companies, Representative Director Norihiko Hirose)|
|Jan. 2004||World Tech Partners, LLC established in Silicon Valley (technical surveys, investment advisory services, Managing Partner Norihiko Hirose)|
|Aug. 2006||International Interface Co., Ltd. moved its office to Roppongi, Tokyo|
|Aug. 2008||International Interface Co., Ltd. moved its office to Minami-Aoyama, Tokyo|
|Aug. 2011||Integration of operations at International Interface, Co., Ltd., International Interface, Inc., and World Tech Partners, LLC.|
|Jan. 2015||Expanded real estate business as RE/MAX Group’s first franchise in Japan|