Although they could easily be mistaken for one another in Japanese, a patent attorney ("benrishi") is not a handyman ("benriya").
Nevertheless, I strive to be a patent attorney who, like a handyman, is easy to consult with about anything.
So, I strive to create a relationship with my customers in which we think, worry, and grow together.
|Mar, 1999||B.S., Department of Applied Physics, School of Engineering, University of Fukui|
|Apr, 1999 - Jun, 2016||Worked at patent firm|
|2003||Registered as Patent Attorney.|
|Aug, 2016||Joined Kyoto Kitayama Intellectual Property Firm.|