Japan PI is a private investigation firm based in Japan.
|Name||Japan PI Inc. / 株式会社Japan PI|
|Old name||QiQ Research, Inc.|
|Company Number||0111-01-042541 (Incorporated in Japan)|
|Address||Tokyo 2-6-20-#504 Kitashinjuku Shinjuku Tokyo 1690074 Japan
Osaka 4-20-9-#204 Minamihorie, Nishi-ku, Osaka Osaka, 5500015, Japan
Honolulu 1888 Kalakaua Ave C312 HONOLULU HI 96815 USA
|Established||October 28, 2002|
|Capital||JPY 10 million|
|CEO||Goro KOYAMA 小山 悟郎|
|PI Registration||Tokyo 30160155
Osaka Governor Registration
|Legal adviser||Masako BANNO, Attorney at Law: Okuno & Partners|
Interested in working for Japan PI as a Private Investigator, please go to our Jobs Page.
About Goro KOYAMA
When I was a kid, I liked surprising people by doing or telling something rare.
My paternal grand father was a serviceman of Japanese Navy during WW2. So I am fascinated by a survival games, mercenaries, street fighters. I am always thinking I could be a good serviceman in a war time.
My maternal grand father was a president of an international trading company of textiles. So I have had a strong interest in diplomatic matters from my childhood.
When I was in university, I seriously practiced full contact martial arts powerhouse in the college league. But as I was not an elite athlete, I broke my elbow and both knees.
While attending university, I had a strong interest in field works of researching on the hidden side of life or society and international matters including migration. In that course, I experienced a variety of fishy or illegitimate part time works. And the lure of doing fieldwork was too exciting for me. So I dropped out of college to pursue my passion in life, to become a Private Investigator where your main goal is uncover the hidden side or life or society.
I took a job at a local PI firm in Tokyo in 1992 and apprenticed as an investigator for 10 years, then founded my own agency in 2002.
I have never lost my curiosity in foreign matters and hidden facts of life since my childhood, so I am addicted to learn English by preventing myself from watching or reading Japanese other than work and look up online articles about untold stories or tools to uncover hidden facts.
What I do for a living now will be fitting with all my traits from my youth.