A small team x Freedom x Family HappinessBig work x New ideas x World Contribution
Our company, Mikle, whose name has a bit of a strange sound to it, was started up in 2008, and those memories are ingrained in our members. 'We're ready to start and provide successful web services that everyone around the world will come and see!' "Minna mi ni kuru (Everyone come and see) -> "Mi ni kuru (come and see" -> "Mikuru (Mikle). It was through this thinking that we decided on our name. When inputting "Mikuru" into the keyboard in Japanese, the characters that came up were the characters for bringing the future. 'That's right, we want to make the future with our way of working and our work ethic.' At Mikle we strive to create the future and contribute to world society.
A website widget for displaying the latest updates from your favorite blogs and other syndicated information available via RSS feeds. It has a high level of customization and an easy to use tag system. FeedWind is used worldwide by approximately 110,000 sites and receives 440 million hits per month.
At SOAS, University of London we have embedded Feedwind into our Moodle courses to draw the latest articles and jobs directly into our courses thus helping to keep courses fresh, dynamic and eye catching.
The largest forum for information about the newest apartments in Japan. It allows for the exchange of information concerning purchasing a new apartment, condominium, housing loans, and renovations. Covering the greater Tokyo metropolis area as well as Kansai, it receives 2 million hits per month.
If you plan on purchasing an apartment, this site is an absolute as it has reviews and input from many consumers.
I feel that this site is a place where we can get true information and comments about new properties without false or unnecessarily negative feedback! Please continue to provide information the consumers wish to know.
This forum is focused on female users and allows for anonymous posting. Started in 2005, it now has 30 million pageviews with 2.3 million users posting questions monthly. Due to the ability to leave anonymous posts, female users are able to converse freely and openly about topics ranging from the serious such as romance, childcare and family, to the more relaxed, such as free time, making friends and general chat.
A forum dealing with the exchange of information concerning construction requests and built-for-sale housing. Information is published from large makers to house makers in specific target areas.
A wiki site specifically for apartment buildings. The facilities of the apartment, communal facilities, the surrounding environment, education and childcare establishments, safety, and any other related information are all available here. In cooperation with the apartment community, feedback from anyone concerning the living conditions of an apartment can be publicly aired.
Their website encompasses apartments within Japan while keeping Suteki Kuukan's userbase at the center. They provide a service which only they can in gathering feedback about apartments, and UGC plans to have them represent us in the near future.
Japan's largest forum for problem consultation which was begun in 2005 and currently receives 2.2 million page views with 260,000 unique visitors every month. Our users offer serious advice for deep, personal issues that are not easily discussed face to face.
The foundation is concerned with original ideas that people have and their ability to formulate them. We have a unique approach, using neuroscience as a base for elucidating research as a place of "Idea Theory." Our implementation "Idea Theory Work-Out" is currently being used by many major leading firms. We have been highly valued for our practical approach and framework of developing ideas that previously was non-existent in associations dealing with the subject.
Based on the operations of our long-running real estate site, we estimate the value of housing in Japan and restore them with our unique know-how. We aim to offer our reformed houses to people around the world, and encourage them to experience the traditions and culture of different areas as well as working to revitalize each region.
A library containing the compiled illustrated works of Takashi Akiyama, an illustrator who has won multiple awards at international poster biennales. There are over 1000 works on display by Akiyama, who is now a professor teaching at Tama Art University while continuing to energetically create new works.