After I sold my factory and my house, somehow I have managed to continue my business with only 2 machines and a PC. At that time, I have met a Nepalese who was grateful for a small happiness in a country of no things. Their attitudes reminded me the strength and the strong-will as well as the abundance of Japanese at that time of scarcity of goods.
I would like to spread around the world the “made in Japan socks” which were inherited from that time. As the first project, I would like to support self-independence for Nepalese who create the dolls made of scrapped socks. Beginning with this, I would like to promote “Made in Japan socks” and a circle of “Thank you” to the world. Please give us your support!
Born as the third girl in the Nakae Family in 1967. As her 2 sisters married into someone’s families, she felt the responsibilities of the successor. Therefore, she had to conditionally fall in love with someone who could agree to take over her family business.
After her graduation of the junior college, she worked for a company as same business as her family business for 2 years as training. After that she got married and had 2 boys, having a happy family life. However, shortly after that, due to the oversea transfer of one of the main client factories, her company had to suffer by taking over their client’s debt. Because of this, her company was forced to sell their factory and their house. Also divorced by the disagreement.
At that time, she took all the responsibilities by taking over the president role following after 2 other presidencies in 2006. At present, as a single mother with 2 sons, the younger one is in the elementary school and the older one is in the junior high school, she has been dedicating all her life to reconstruct her company business.
Her hobbies are tea ceremony, flower arrangement, hot-spring trip, etc. She loves Japanese traditional culture. Her favorite words are SMILE and GRATITUDE!