Terms of Use

When using the website (hereafter referred to as “the Website”) of THE SAILOR PEN CO., LTD. (hereafter referred to as “the Company”), please comply with the terms of use below.


The Company does not guarantee in any form the accuracy and safety of the Website (including computer viruses and other harmful items that may be contained in the information downloaded from the Website).

Please note in advance that the Company bears no responsibility for direct damages, indirect damages, as well as special and other damages (including loss of income, damages from business suspension, and loss of programs and other data) from using the Website (including all other hyperlinked websites) even if the possibility of such damages occurring could be known in advance. Please also note that the Company can change the information posted without any prior notice.

Copyrights and Other Intellectual Property Rights

The copyrights, trademark rights, and all other intellectual property related to the information, contents, trademarks and logos posted on the Website belong to the Company unless otherwise stated. For part or whole of the above, it is prohibited to use them in prohibited ways (modifying and using for other purposes, copying, reprinting, and distributing) beyond the scope of personal usage to save, print, and use within the scope of the Copyright Act.

About the URLs

The Company does manage the content of websites operated by third parties (hereafter referred to as “Third Party Websites”) that are on the Website or the URLs posted on the Website. When using Third Party Websites, please follow the terms of use posted on each website. The Company bears no responsibility for the Third Party Websites content or any damages incurred by using such websites.

Governing Law and the Court of Jurisdiction

Unless otherwise specified, the interpretation and application of the Website usage and Terms of Use will be in compliance with Japanese law. For any disputes related to the usage and Terms of Use of the Website, the court with the jurisdiction over the headquarter address will be the court of the first instance.