Of course, the Japan Fans study group was super happy when the Enishi team sent them a matcha box out of the blue as a surprise! Take a quick look at what we all got in this Enishi Matcha Box Unboxing!
Our Matcha Box contained:
– KitKat Matcha chocolate
– Matcha Soba
– Pocky Matcha chocolate
– Matcha Salt (perfect with tempura, steak and french fries!)
– Kanro Matcha Candy
– Matcha milk powder
– meiji Matcha chocolate
– Chocolate covered with Matcha and filled with marshmallow
– meiji rich Matcha chocolate cookies
– Matcha tea powder
Enishi Matcha Box Unboxing
Of course, after receiving such a wonderful present, the Japan Fans were curious to learn more about Enishi. Thus, we sent them an email full of questions, and below we share their answers with you.
“We are a Swiss company in Kobe (Japan),” the Enishi team mailed Japan Fans. “We have Swiss and Japanese employees working in the company. Besides that, we also work very closely with some Japanese companies.”
“In our team, each employee has the possibility to suggest products for the online shop. We then discuss this with the team to see if it would be possible to add the suggested product to the shop! Next to that, some employees are responsible for purchasing products, they have contact with suppliers and have to clarify and negotiate prices. Others take care of the online shop, add new products and answer emails from customers. We also have employees who take care of packing the products and shipping the packages, so that they arrive safely, for example in Utrecht!”
Enishi – 縁 – means “connection”
“We would like to familiarize people with the Japanese culture and therefore connect them with Japan. The company was founded by a Swiss who emigrated to Japan, and his goal was to connect and familiarize more people with Japanese culture and products. We place great value in offering our customers the best quality of products. We would like to become the best and largest Japanese online shop in Europe and one of the best in the world.”
Thank you so much, Enishi Team! When we realise our own Japanese Art & Culture Centre in Utrecht, we will make sure to use and sell your products there as well.