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Listed below are the most commonly requested Japanese manufacturers' contact information. The information listed mostly concerns US customer service centers and may or may not have contact information for service centers in other countries. Moderators, please add to the list/update the information accordingly. This list is not complete by any means, please do not take it as such.

 

 

DANITRIO - USA

FAX: (949) 720-1279

E-MAIL: danitrio@pacbell.net

or contact winedoc(kevin)

 

HAKASE - JAPAN

〒680-0831 鳥取市栄町605

TEL: 08-5722-3630 & 01-2027-7714(フリーダイヤル)

FAX: 08-5727-7714

HOURS: 9:30~19:00(7:00pm) *日曜日は9:30~18:30

定休日: 毎週水曜日(3月と12月除く)

 

NAKAYA - JAPAN

2-5-16 Iwahara-building 2F Higashi-Ueno , Taito-ku Tokyo

TEL: 03-3833-1371

FAX: 03-3833-1372

E-MAIL: nakaya@platinum-pen.co.jp

NOTES: NAKAYA does not have an open shop. If you wish to visit, please call ahead at least 10 days in advance before your scheduled arrival.

 

PILOT/NAMIKI - USA

Pilot Pen Corporation of America

3855 Regent Blvd.

Jacksonville, FL 32224

Tel: (904) 645-9999

Fax: (904) 996-2974

 

PLATINUM - USA

Luxury Brands LLC

205 Longshore Way

Fayetteville, GA 30215

TEL: 770-881-7131

FAX: 770-755-1477

 

SAILOR - JAPAN

2-10-18 MOURI, KOTO-KU, TOKYO #135-8312

TEL: +81 03 3846 2819, 2832, 2893

FAX: +81 03 3846 0428

E-MAIL: kaigai@bungu.sailor.co.jp

 

SAILOR - EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA

MILL STUDIO 102,

CRANE MEAD, WARE, HERTS.

SG12 9PY U.K

TEL: 44 (0) 1920 444354

FAX: 44 (0) 1920 444359

E-MAIL: creed@sailorpen.co.uk

URL: http://www.sailorpen.co.uk

 

SAILOR - USA & CANADA

Houndstooth Enterprise Ltd

130 Ralston Court

Fayetteville, GA 30215

TEL (Toll Free): 877.716.7367

TEL: 770.716.0805

FAX: 770.716.0822

E-MAIL: sailorpens@bellsouth.net

Edited by Phthalo

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