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This website (hereafter “Website”) is operated and managed by Uni-Asia Capital (Japan) Ltd. (the “Company”).Please read the following terms and conditions carefully before accessing this Website and using information contained thereof.Any user who accesses this Website and any pages thereof, is deemed to have agreed to be bound by the terms and conditions below.
If you do not agree to the terms and conditions below, please do not access the Website, or any pages thereof.

Terms and Conditions

1.The access to and use of this Website is made at the user’s own risk. In no event will The Company and other parties involved in creating and publishing this Website be liable for any damages (including but not limited to computer hardware or network damages, directly or indirectly, regardless of cause) or any repair costs or any other losses arising from the access to and use of the Website.

2.Although the Company has endeavored to ensure the accuracy of the information at this Website, the user may find inaccurate information, typographical errors, or misleading information caused by computer malfunction or by alteration by third parties. The Company does not guarantee or give any warranty as to the accuracy, completeness, validity and fairness of any information or material on this Website as well as any information or material at the other websites linked to or from this Website.

3.Copyright to the contents of the Website is owned by the Company. It is prohibited to replicate, modify, publish, distribute, divert, reproduce, or use for commercial purpose any part of this Website without the prior consent of the Company. In addition, all trademarks, logos and service marks contained in this Website are the property of the Company. The Company strictly prohibits the replication, modification, publish, distribution, diversion, reproduction or commercial use of the aforementioned property without the prior consent of the Company.

Uni-Asia Capital (Japan) Ltd. (the “Company”) will establish and comply with its Personal Information Protection Policy (the “Policy”) in order to prevent loss, leakage and/or falsification of, and to protect, personal information.Based on the Policy, the Company will establish internal rules for the protection of personal information, and will also ensure on a best effort basis that personal information is properly managed by having such internal rules disseminated to every executive and employee as well as implementing other measures.


1.Compliance with Laws and Regulations
The Company will designate the officer who is responsible for managing the customers’personal information, and will comply with the Personal Information Protection Act (Act No. 57, 2003 as the law is being referred to), associated laws and regulations and guidelines set forth by the relevant authority regarding the protection of personal information.

2.Proper Acquisition of Personal Information
The Company will acquire personal information by lawful and fair means. Even if such personal information is to be acquired indirectly via a third party the Companywill try our best to ensure that the personal information was not illegally obtained by a third party.

3.Purpose of Utilisation
The Company, except in cases permitted by law, will not utilise the personal information it acquires beyond what it is required for to achieve the purposes set forth below:

A.To execute the contract and/or to provide information/services relating to the sale and purchase, brokerage, leasing, and management of real estate (including beneficial interest in real estate trust).

B.To execute the contract and/or to provide information/services relating to the sale and purchase, brokerage and management of debts.

C.To execute the contract and/or to provide information/services relating to advisory business on investment and/or debt workout (advisory services on investments and effective utilisation of assets).

D.To execute the contract and/or to provide information/services relating to investments in companies.

E.To execute the contract and/or to provide information/services relating to due diligence services (analysis/evaluation of investment value)

F.To investigate and analyse market/customer trends, product development, andvaluations for the purpose of provision of information/services described in items A through E above.

G.To conduct sales and/or marketing activities including soliciting by means of visit, mail, phone call, facsimile, e-mail, etc. for the purpose of provision of information/services described in items A and C above.

H.To preserve books and their associated materials pursuant to Article 49 (Obligation to Keep the Books) of Building Lots and Building Transaction Business Act.

I.To provide personal information to third parties which is to be utilised as the “grounds of opinion” pursuant to Article 34-2(2) of Building Lots and Building Transaction Business Act.

J.To select new officers and staff recruited for the group.

K.To conduct business/services incidental to the business/services described in items A through E and J above.

L.To provide third parties with personal information only to the extent necessary to achieve the purposes described in items A through D above.

4.Ensuring personal information is correct and up-to-date
The Company will endeavor to ensure that the personal information retained is correct and up-to-date.

5.Provision of Personal Information to Third Parties
The Company will not provide any personal information to third parties without the prior consent of the individual concerned, except in cases permitted by law.

When outsourcing the handling of personal information to third parties, the Company will take appropriate measures to protect personal information, including monitoring the personal information protection system of the third parties, or incorporating protection clauses in the outsourcing contracts with such third parties, etc.

7.Security of Personal Information
The Company will take appropriate measures in organisational, personnel, and system aspects, and establish the security management system, that are necessary to protect personal information.

8.Procedure to Request Disclosure, etc. of Retained Personal Data

A.In order to request the disclosureof personal data concerning the customer that is retained pursuant to Articles 33(2), 34(1), 35(1) and 37(1)(2) of the Act on the Protection of Personal Information, please fill in the prescribed request form and prepare personal verification documents (Driver’s License, copy of Resident Register, etc.), and request by visit in person or by mail. In the case where the request is made by a legal representative or an appointed representative, please also prepare personal verification documents (Power of Attorney, copy of Family Register, etc.) of the representative.

B.If the Company receives a request for disclosure, etc., in order to protect privacy of the person who requested, a response will be made by mailing (Restricted Delivery Mail Service) written documents. Please be forewarned that the Company’s response may be addressed directly to the customer even if the request is made by his/her representative.

C.For inquiry and complaints with regard to the Company’ssecurity control measures for personal information, please contact:

Phone: +81-3-3518-9251 (Monday-Friday, except public holidays 09:00 – 17:00)

9.Continuous Improvement of Personal Information Protection System
The Company will continually endeavor to review and improve its internal policies and systems with regard to the handling of personal information.

We will seek to ensure that the solicitation activities of financial instruments be conducted in compliance with the following policy as well as any related laws and regulations including the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act and the Act on Sale of Financial Instruments.

1.The Company will, after taking into consideration each customer’s knowledge of financial instruments, investment experience, investment objectives and asset status, seek to ensure that it recommend the suitable financial instruments to the customer.

2.The Company will endeavor to provide the customer with adequate and appropriate information and explanations to ensure that the customer fully understands the product’s scheme and associated risks, etc., so as to enable the customer to transact based on his/her own decision and responsibility.

3.The Company will not solicit financial instruments in a manner which may mislead the customer by offering the customer subjective, arbitrary or inaccurate information.

4.The Company will not solicit during hours or at places where the customer feels are inappropriate.

5.In order to ensure that an appropriate investment solicitation is provided in a manner which conforms to this solicitation policy, the Company will endeavor to improve and conduct internal training and internal education to its staff.

1.Trade Name of Financial Instruments Business Operator
Uni-Asia Capital (Japan) Ltd.

2.Licensed Business & Registration Number
The Director-General of the Kanto Finance Bureau (Kinsho) No. 1836
(Type II Financial Instruments Business, Investment Management Business, Investment Advisory and Agency Business)

3.Membership in Financial Instruments Firms Association
Japan Investment Advisers Association

Fees, remuneration or any other consideration payable by the customer with regard to the contract for financial instruments transaction will be set based on individual discussions with the customer pursuant to each and specific financial instrument and to the type of said contract.

5.Investment Risks
The financial instruments carried by the Company (real estate trust beneficial interests, equity interest in Tokumei Kumiai (silent partnership), etc.) do not guarantee the principal and the return of interest. Investors may be exposed to risk such as a loss in their invested principal as a result of price fluctuations in or leasing performance changes of the invested properties.

Upon entering into a contract, please be advised to read and check the “Document Prior to Conclusion of Contract” which describes the associated risks and fees, and other documents carefully before execution.

1.Overall services, please contact our Customer Service Desk below:

Uni-Asia Capital (Japan) Ltd., Asset Management Department Administration team
【Office hours】Monday to Friday (except holidays), 09:00 – 17:00 Japan Standard Time
Upon the receipt of your feedback and complaints, the Compliance Department or Asset Management Department will conduct an inquiry and consider the appropriate actions to take in accordance with the nature of the cases. The Corporate Management Department will respond to customers within 1 week.

2.Our financial instruments business
If complaints are made on the financial instruments business (Type II Financial Instruments Business, Investment Management Business or Investment Advisory and Agency Business), you may contact the following institutions in addition to the Customer Service Desk mentioned above.

【Name】Financial Instruments Mediation Assistance Center (FINMAC)
【Address】 The 3rd Tokyo Shoken Building, 2-1-13, Nihombashi-Kayaba-cho, Chuo-ku,Tokyo 103-0025 JAPAN
【Telephone】0120-64-5005 (toll free – available only from within Japan)
【Office hours】Monday to Friday (except holidays) ,09:00 - 17:00 (Japan Standard Time)