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We are a military house agency.
The following customers
Navy Commissary Yokosuka
SRF (U.S. Naval Ship Repair Facility)
NAVFAC Submarine Force, Seventh Fleet
Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Japan
Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka Japan
US NAVY HOSPITAL YOKOSUKA
Puget Sound Naval Shipyard Yokosuka
It was 1971 when Akira Iino, the founder of Iino Real Estate, opened a small real estate office, Iino Real Estate, in Mabori Kaigan. Mabori Kaigan is located in Yokosuka, a port town in Japan, and is a residential area completed by Seibu Railroad Co. by reclaiming the Mabori Kaigan Beach. Initially, our office was located in front of the post office adjacent to the site.
At the time of opening, the three members of the family, the founder, his wife, and their daughter, were mainly engaged in rental agency management. During the summer vacation, their grandchildren would gather at the office to help air out the properties they managed.
In sales, Akira Iino tried to implement three key words: Sincerity, Hospitality, and Compliance.
Even today, we still do business with many customers in the Mabori Coast area, and the topic of Akira Iino, the founder of the company, comes up from time to time during our meetings. He was a very serious, honest, and kind person," they say. I want to cherish the personality and beliefs of the founder. With this in mind, we continue to uphold these three points as our corporate philosophy.
At that time, Iino Real Estate started handling "Base Contracts", which was not yet a major business in the world. This is the business of renting high-class houses to American military personnel (military personnel and their families, and military personnel's families) assigned to the Yokosuka base of the U.S. Forces in Japan. At the time, however, many people felt more uneasy about renting out their homes to foreigners than they do now, and for a long time there was a shortage of properties for customers who wanted to rent. So we persevered in our search for base rentals in the high-end residential areas developed by Seibu Railway, such as Mabori Beach, Shonan Takatori, Kamakura Highland, and Zushi Green Hill, and gradually increased the number of available properties.
With the expiration of the contract period of our store in Mabori Kaigan, the time to move the store was approaching. However, the founder, who was of advanced age at the time of opening, was already 72 years old at that time. His health was failing, and he decided to close the business. However, it takes a long time to close down a real estate management business. Akira Iino decided to move to a smaller office in the town of Yasuura in order to organize the remaining business. While he was managing the properties with the help of his daughter, one of his grandchildren, who used to work at a real estate company in Tokyo and often came to the office during summer vacation, decided to work for Iino Fudosan and continued the business.
雨ニモマケズ 風ニモマケズ 雪ニモ夏ノ暑サニモマケヌ 丈夫ナカラダヲモチ
慾ハナク 決シテ瞋ラズ イツモシヅカニワラッテヰル 一日ニ玄米四合ト
味噌ト少シノ野菜ヲタベ アラユルコトヲ ジブンヲカンジョウニ入レズニ
ヨクミキキシワカリ ソシテワスレズ 野原ノ松ノ林ノ䕃ノ 小サナ萱ブキノ小屋ニヰテ
東ニ病気ノコドモアレバ 行ッテ看病シテヤリ 西ニツカレタ母アレバ
行ッテソノ稲ノ束ヲ負ヒ 南ニ死ニサウナ人アレバ 行ッテコハガラナクテモイヽトイヒ
ミンナニデクノボートヨバレ ホメラレモセズ クニモサレズ
(Kenji Miyazawa, "Ame ni mo Makezu")
With the bursting of the bubble economy, Japan's economy began to shrink. The securities and real estate industries in particular were hit hard. Amidst this situation, we continue our brokerage and management business by steadily and steadily accumulating small jobs. In Akira Iino's notebook, there was a memento of Kenji Miyamoto's "Ame Ni Mo Makezu. In keeping with this belief, Iino Real Estate continued to operate even during the economic slowdown, and gradually began to attract new staff. In addition, Iino Fudosan's business of renting to the base and managing rentals for Japanese people grew steadily. We believe that our efforts during this period have led us to the present.
Hinodecho is located next to the newly developed Heisei-cho. It was not until the 21st century that we moved our store from our office to this location.
Akira Iino retired at this time, and "one of his grandchildren who used to gather at the office during summer vacation" became the new representative. Even though he retired, he still participated in the occasional consolation parties held. He played the harmonica, his specialty, and the young staff listened to his sound.
This new office, located in front of the main gate of Kanagawa Prefectural University of Health and Welfare, began to attract young staff and more students among its customers. The office was bustling with activity, and our business in brokerage, remodeling and resale, and rental management for Japanese people was gradually increasing. Around this time, we began to plan and build luxury properties for the base, families, and students.
At the same time, the number of properties available for "base contracts," which we had been focusing on since our founding, continued to grow steadily, and we decided to open a base front office on the famous "Dobuita-dori" street in front of the main gate of the Yokosuka U.S. Naval Base. Even now, more than 400 groups of people related to the U.S. Navy in Japan visit our office every year, and we are continuously striving to supply high quality properties and provide the best service.
Although still a small company, Iino Real Estate continued to operate closely with the local community, and the number of units under management increased steadily. Partnerships with major companies also bore fruit, and the supply of new rental properties stabilized. At this time, when everything seemed to be sailing smoothly, Akira Iino, the founder of the company, passed away. He passed away at the age of 88, along with his harmonica.
After the death of the founder, all the employees took to heart the need to adhere to the company's corporate philosophy and became united in the goal of further growth of the company. As the company and its staff grew, they gradually began to handle a wide variety of projects, including large rental apartments with meticulous attention to detail, properties for a group of bases, and renovations. Around this time, they also opened a renovation office along Honmachi Route 16. It was mainly used as a meeting space for new construction and renovation. It was a memorable office that all the employees worked together to build, including painting the interior. It has now been consolidated into the Information Office.
And we also opened an information center next to the base front office.
The Information Center is located on the corner of Dobuita-dori and Main Street from the main gate of the Yokosuka U.S. Military Base. We named it the Information Center so that our customers who are newly assigned to Japan and are looking for a place to live can get not only housing information but also information about housing and Japanese customs.
And now. With the coronavirus, typhoons, and heavy rains, we are now in an era where we cannot foresee the future. We have to accept the fury of nature without hesitation. We have to do what we have to do. Now is the time for us to look not only at ourselves, but also at the world, to calmly consider what we should do, and to continue to move forward into the future.