|Company Name||TUTTLE-MORI AGENCY, INC.|
|Country of Company HQ||Japan|
|Location of Company||Japan|
Our company was established in 1978 as the copyright department became independent from Charles E. Tuttle & Co. Japan Branch. The Charles E. Tuttle Company Japan branch was founded in 1948. A company with a long history in the industry.
As a leading company of overseas copyright intermediaries, we introduce a lot of works that everyone knows domestically and internationally by utilizing our network and knowledge since our founding. In addition to acting as an intermediary at the time of signing a contract, we also provide a series of unsolicited business intermediation during the contract period.
The sales representative in charge of copyright brokerage, and the business representative in charge of a series of operations after the contract, we are striving to serve as an excellent mediator for works by deepening the understanding and cooperation of both parties and the knowledge of the specialized field of each person in charge. .
●Overseas Suspense: Dan Brown, Frederick Forsythe, John Grisham
Writers who symbolize the era: Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Rachel Carson, Peter Drucker
●Overseas literary writers: Saul Bellow, Gabriel Garcia Marquez and Norman Mailer
Memorable children's literature: Beatrix Potter, Tove Jansson, Roald Dahl
-Introducing Japanese manga to more than 36 countries overseas: [Fullmetal Alchemist], [Crayon Shin-chan]
●Introducing Japanese literary works and practical books mainly in East Asia, but also in Southeast Asia, Europe and the United States.
|Location||2-17-17 Kanda Jimbocho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo Kanda Jimbocho Building 4F|
|Year of Establishment||1978|
|Capital||10 million yen|
|Number of Employees||55|
|Description of Business||Founded in 1978, it is the largest domestic copyright agency in the Japanese translation and publishing industry. We mediate a wide variety of overseas works such as "Where has the cheese gone?" Since 1992, we have been brokering Japanese manga and books to Asia, Europe and the United States. In recent years, we have been mediating the picture books of the Studio Ghibli series to China.|
|1 minute walk from Jimbocho Station|