TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Warehouse TERRADA (Shinagawa, Tokyo; CEO: Yoshihisa Nakano) is pleased to announce that a new service “teburaTRAVEL by minikura” is launched. This service enables to go on a business trip or go sightseeing with your hands-free.
With “teburaTRAVEL by minikura,” the users fill a special box with items they wish to store then send it to us, where our dedicated staff will carefully photograph each item and store them in an environment complete with temperature and humidity controls and security. The users can then confirm their items, in photo or list form, via a dedicated website compatible with PCs, smartphones and tablets, and arrange to have them sent in a suitcase whenever and wherever they plan to travel. Dry cleaning of the clothes is included in the service upon return of the items, which makes traveling stress free. Warehouse TERRADA is continuously offering new lifestyles to the users from all over the world.
[About teburaTRAVEL by minikura] https://minikura.com/lineup/travel_en.html
The service enables the users to receive their stored items in a suitcase in any place, and request the items’ dry-cleaning upon return of the items. “Tebura” is the Japanese word for “hands-free.”
Package price: $45 (tax included)
Package detail: suitcase rental (for one week) / shipping charge for receiving and returning / dry-cleaning (up to three items of clothing)
* The additional charge for extra cleaning: $4.50 per item of clothing for four or more items (tax included).
* The additional charge for the extension of suitcase rental period: $3.00 per day in excess (tax included).
* Dollar rates are current as of February, 2017.
[About Warehouse TERRADA]
Since the foundation in 1950, Warehouse TERRADA has been cultivating better storage techniques and making proactive action on the capital investment in order to store and preserve items under the best environment. Expanding our business beyond the traditional warehousing, we are currently pursuing the preservation and restoration techniques to raise the value of stored items and pass it on to the next generations. We are also developing a business to create a hub to output the new culture by making a full use of our knowledge as a professional in space creation. Our storage technologies for items that require high expertise such as artworks, audio-visual media, and wines have been receiving a great reputation by each industry.
Company Name: Warehouse TERRADA
Main Business: Preserving/Safekeeping Business and Related Business
Representative: CEO, Yoshihisa Nakano
Address: 2-6-10 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-0002, Japan
Foundation: October 1950