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Amway Japan
Local Name: Amway Japan
Launch: May, 1979
Website: http://www.amway.co.jp
Est. # IBOs: 680,000 (2006)[1]
Est. Sales: 111.043 billion yen (2006)[1]
Est. population: unknown
Note:

Amway Japan Limited (AJL) opened in 1979 and was at one time publicly traded on the New York Stock Exchange. It became private in 2000. Annual sales for 2006 were 111.043 billion yen.[1]

Amway Japan has its headquarters in Shibuya, Tokyo. The flagship building is environmentally friendly and frequently hosts concerts, ballets and art exhibitions for the community. In the two decades since Amway launched its operations in Japan, the affiliate has built the largest and most successful direct sales operations in Japan. AJL's has a network of over 680 000 registered distributors nationwide.

Amway Japan distributes approximately 180 consumer products through a core distributor force. In 2002 Amway Japan introduced products such as soy sauce and miso. Using entirely organically grown domestic soybeans, Amway Japan works together with farmers who have been following organic farming methods for more than 40 years.

Qualifiers

This is a non-complete list of Diamonds and above qualifiers.

Double Crown Ambassador 50 FAA

Nakajima, Kaoru

Founders Crown Ambassador

Azumi, Takeshi & Hidemi (2009)
Hamamoto, Shuji & Tomoko
Hatayama, Kenichiro & Yoshiko (2012)
Yamazaki, Takumi & Rieko

Crown Ambassador

Arima, Nanae & Seisuke (1996)
Erick & Ito, E.H. & Midori (1987)
Hayashi, Totsuo & Atsuke (1991)
Hosomi, Hiroshi & Hiromi (2013)
Kaku, Mikio & Yuka (2008)
Kajihara, Hidekazu & Yuki (1997)
Kitagi, Yasuyuki & Hiromi (2012)
Kitakon, Morihiko & Seiko (1997)
Masuda, Yasuhisa & Narumi (2010)
Seto, Ryusuke & Elaine (1996)
Takahashi, Toshiaki & Tomoko (1999)
Yamazaki, Yoshiyuki & Mineko (1996)
Yamamoto, Shizunori & Mieko (2000)

Crown

Hashimoto, Junji & Kikuko
Iwanaga, Akihisa
Tatsukami, Eiko & Shoji
Wada, Yoko & Hiroji
Watanabe, Masato

Founders Triple Diamond

Triple Diamond

Araki, Ichirou
Hada, Keijiro & Hideko
Kakihara, Chiaki
Kitamura, Yoshiyuki & Tomiko
Kusui, Machiko
Mizobe, Satomi (2013)
Naruse, Eiji & Chiaki
Shindo, Yumiko

Founders Double Diamond

Hirai, Motohiro & Terumi
Deibert, Patrice & Glenn (2012)

Double Diamond

Banno, Sharon & Seiichi
Elaine
Fujita, Yasuhiro & Matsuko
Hashimoto, Naoyuki & Yumi
Honda, Yuji & Harumi
Kanamori, Shinichi & Yukiko
Kanno, Yasushi & Keiko
Kanzaki, Koji & Yuka
Koguchi, Ikumi
Kumagai, Kenichiro
Masaoka, Yutaka & Masako
Masumoto, Masayuki
Motohashi, Shuichi & Nobuko
Nakajima, Yukie
Nakashima, Hiromasa & Sachie
Nose, Takamitsu & Keiko
Ogura, Yasuhiro
Sasaki, Hozumi & Eiko
Shindo, Koji & Yoshie
Takahata, Shu & Atsuko
Tanimura, Masaya & Rie
Tsuji, Hajime & Yasuko

Founders Executive Diamond

Okamoto, Rumi & Kazuhisa

Executive Diamond

Akiyama, Kazushige
Arakawa, Kazuhiko & Hiroko
Fujii, Masaru & Tomoko
Hibino, Takashi & Ayami
Hiroki, Shinichi
Ikaida, Kouichi & Sachiko
Inomata, Tetsuya
Ishibashi, Ritsuko
Ishii, Kinsuke
Ito, Shinpei
Katakame, Kouichi
Kondo, Tatsuhide & Kimiko
Maruyama, Kazufusa & Fumiko
Matsuo, Iwao & Fumiko
Miyamoto, Yuko
Motoyama, Susumu
Murayama, Kazuko & Kanekiyo
Nagakura, Takanori
Nagato, Waka & Hirotaka
Oka, Rieko
Olson, Loanne & Stanley
Onoe, Tetsuya & Kazuko
Ota, Keicho
Saga, Keisuke & Miyako
Saito, Mikiko & Mami & Akinori
Sakai, Naoki & Keiko
Shinozaki, Ryoko & Ryohei
Sogawa, Noriko
Teruya, Tsuneharu & Masumi
Todoroki, Hisayuki
Togawa, Megumi & Yoshiharu
Toyama, Kohei
Uchiyama, Hiroko
Yamamoto, Hiroshi & Michiko
Yamamoto, Kaneo & Megumi
Yamatsu, Hisato

Founders Diamond

Toyama, Yuzo & Chieko

Diamond

Abe, Eiji & Tamae
Abe, Shigenobu & Setsuko
Adegawa, Teruo & Yuriko
Fujita, Fumika
Fukaya, Tomoaki
Goto, Masami
Hayashi, Kotaro & Shoko
Ida, Kaoru & Miyako
Ikeda, Michiko
Inoue, Yuki
Ishitani, Eiko
Izu, Nanae
Kabasawa, Hiroe
Kanaya, Yuko
Kawaguchi, Fumiko
Kawajiri, Kazuaki & Sumiko
Kawashima, Yoshihiko
Kino, Tomonori & Yoshiko
Kobayashi, Kozue & Hiroki
Koizumi, Yukihito
Kojima, Akiko & Yasumitsu
Koshiba, Hisayuki & Makiko
Koshikawa, Yoshikazu & Kayoko
Kubora, Satohiko & Midori
Kuramoto, Norio & Sakamaki, Satoshi
Maekawa, Kazushi
Masuda, Hiroichi
Matsui, Yumi & Yoshio
Miura, Keiko
Miwa, Yasushi & Mari
Miyasako, Kumi & Hiroto
Motohara, Keiko
Murakami, Michiyo
Nagura, Kenta & Mayumi
Nakagawa, Hideaki & Takiko
Nakashima, Kazumi
Nanko, Fumikazu & Kumiko
Nosakake, Kei
Ogawa, Kayoko & Masaharu
Okada, Hiromi & Keiichi
Okubo, Manabu & Kayoko
Okuhara, Ikuko
Sakaguchi, Hirotada & Satomi
Sato, Masami
Satou, Masami
Shirato, Fusa
Sudo, Junko
Sugata, Yoichi & Hiroko
Takagi, Naohiko
Takahashi, Yoshimi
Tanaka, Hideaki & Megumi
Tanji, Atsushi & Fumi
Toma, Kaoru
Tomita, Akira & Akemi
Tsubomatsu, Motoyuki & Shizuko
Tsukahara, Nobuko & Shigemi
Tsutsumi, Chieko
Ueda, Akiko & Naoya
Yamamoto, Ryo
Yamamoto, Shinji & Rina
Yano, Reiko
Yasui, Fumiko
Yokozuka, Hiroko
Yoshida, Kentaro & Yuko
Yoshimoto, Kiyoko

Philanthropy

On October 20, 1989, the Amway Nature Centre (ANC) was established by Amway Japan in order to work together with its distributors in making an ongoing contribution to the solution of environmental problems and Amway Japan also has established the Amway Nature School. This organisation was created to aid in the consideration of environmental problems on a day-to-day level. One of the most successful events organised by the school has been a series of comprehensive lectures on maintaining an environmentally friendly garden at home. So far, more than 4,300 people have attended the lectures. In total, with the help of Amway Japan's IBOs, the affiliate has raised more than US$6 million for nature conservation.[2]

Related Links

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 - Amway Facts
  2. - Amway and it's International Markets - Japan