How We Handle Personal Data

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  • How We Handle Personal Data

    Leverages Co., Ltd.

    With respect to our “How We Handle Personal Data”, please confirm as follows upon the disclosure of your Personal Data.

    1. 1.Definition of Personal Data

      Personal Data shall mean any information regarding to an individual and/or what identify the individual through name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, place of work, date of birth or any other description that constitutes such information. In addition, even if it may not be identified by the information itself, the information, which may be easily collated with other information and is personally identifiable as the result, shall also be included in the Personal Data.

    2. 2.Acquisition of Personal Data and Purpose

      We shall acquire and use your Personal Data only to the necessary extent to achieve the following purposes.

      1. (1)Application for the job-changing support service

        1. to apply for our job-changing support service
        2. to answer to the questions, consults and claims
        3. based on the consent from you, to provide Personal Data to the companies (“User Company”) using our job-placement support service
        4. to obtain the information about the selection process after applying from the User Company using our job-placement support service
        5. to send the guides and the brochures about our services
        6. to ask you your cooperation in the marketing, to report you the marketing results, to announce you the campaigns, to apply for monitoring, and to send you gifts
        7. to use as a statistical data in unidentifiable form
        8. to use for any other works related to or incidental to the mentioned above
      2. (2)Application for the new graduate recruitment service

        1. to apply for our new graduate recruitment service
        2. to answer to the questions, consults and claims
        3. based on the consent from you, to provide Personal Data to the User Company using our new graduate recruitment service
        4. to obtain the information about the selection process after applying from the User Company using our new graduate recruitment service
        5. to send the guides and the brochures about our services
        6. to ask you your cooperation in the marketing, to report you the marketing results, to announce you the campaigns, to apply for monitoring, and to send you gifts
        7. to use as a statistical data in unidentifiable form
        8. to use for any other works related to or incidental to the mentioned above
      3. (3)Application for the new graduate cafe utilization service

        1. to apply for our new graduate cafe utilization service
        2. to answer to the questions, consults and claims
        3. based on the consent from you, to provide Personal Data to the User Company using our new graduate recruitment service
        4. to obtain the information about the selection process after applying from the User Company using our new graduate recruitment service
        5. to send the guides and the brochures about our services
        6. to ask you your cooperation in the marketing, to report you the marketing results, to announce you the campaigns, to apply for monitoring, and to send you gifts
        7. to use as a statistical data in unidentifiable form
        8. to use for any other works related to or incidental to the mentioned above
    3. 3. Outcomes of Failure for Provide Personal Data

      If failure to fill the required items of Personal Data, you may not be able to receive our services.

    4. 4.Provision of Personal Data to Third Party

      1. (1)In principle, we shall not provide your Personal Data for third party without your consent. Only under the circumstance that clarifying the recipient and the content of disclosure and obtaining your consent, we shall disclose your Personal Data.

        In the event, anybody applies (entries) for a User Company through our service, such member shall be deemed to have agreed on providing the Personal Data for third party. The item of Personal Data to be provided, how to provide, the type of the User Company to provide for, and the state of agreements with the User Company relating with handling Personal Data are as follows.

        1. The items of Personal Data of you we provided for the User Company shall include name, address, sex, telephone number, e-mail address, date of birth, experiences, and career.
        2. We shall provide such Personal data by documents, by oral communication on a telephone, by facsimiles, by delivery of electromagnetic recording media, or by electromagnetic communication media such as e-mails, but not limited to them.
        3. All industries are subject to as a User Company.
        4. We have been under a contract of the handling of Personal Data with the User Company.
      2. (2)We may provide your Personal Data without your consent in the following cases:

        1. When it is required by laws and regulations.
        2. When it is necessary to protect life, body, or property of people and is difficult to obtain your consent.
        3. When it is particularly necessary to improve public health or to promote the healthy development of children and is difficult to obtain your consent.
        4. When it is necessary to cooperate with a national government, a local government or somebody who has been entrusted by such organizations in executing performance prescribed by laws and regulations, and we figure that it may interfere with such executions to obtain your consent.
        5. When it is requested the disclosure of Personal Data by a court, public prosecutor, police, bar association, consumer center, or any other organization having an equivalent authority.
        6. When you expressly request the provision of Personal Data to a third party.
        7. When the Personal Data is provided upon the succession of business in a merger or otherwise.
        8. When the Personal Data is provided to the proprietary company of our office upon the procedure for entering our office.
        9. When the Personal Data is provided to the proprietary company and/or the manufacturer of tools used as electronic communications means for contacts from us or responses to inquiries from its users.
    5. 5.Outsource of handling Personal Data

      We may entrust all or part of handling Personal Data to the extent required to achieve the Purpose of Use. When outsourcing handling Personal Data, an appropriate consignee shall be selected and supervised to ensure the safety of Personal Data.

    6. 6.Sharing of Personal Data

      We shall share acquired Personal Data with each Leverages Group companies. The items of Personal Data to be shared include name, sex, address, telephone number, e-mail address, date of birth, experience, and career. The joint users shall use Personal Data within the scope stipulated in Paragraph 2. The acquisition shall be made by documents or by electromagnetic media such as e-mail. The manager responsible for Personal Data used jointly is Leverages Co., Ltd.

    7. 7.Anonymized Processed Information

      We, in the appropriate way based on laws and regulations, shall continuously create anonymized processed information which may not identify individuals nor recover Personal Data. We shall provide such anonymized processed information within the scope set forth in Paragraph 2. The items of anonymized processed information, to be created and provided, include name, sex, date of birth, experience, and career. We shall provide such Personal data by documents, by oral communication on a telephone, by facsimiles, by delivery of electromagnetic recording media, or by electromagnetic communication media such as e-mails, but not limited to them.

    8. 8.Procedures of Requests for Disclosure, etc.

      1. (1)Procedure of Requests

        With respect to the Personal Data subject to disclosure we have, when we receive the request (“Requests”) regarding notification of purpose of use, disclosure, correction, addition, or deletion of contents, suspension of use, erasure, and discontinuation of provision to a third party by you or your attorney, we shall correspond promptly with the procedure we designate. Provided, however, if such corresponding makes happen any of the following cases, we may not correspond to the Requests with an explanation of the situation and its reason.

        1. When it is likely to harm the life, body, property, or other rights or interests of you or a third party.
        2. When it is likely to seriously interfere with our proper execution of performance.
        3. When it is violating laws and regulations.

        If you delete or discontinue the use of Personal Data, you may not be able to receive our services you are currently using. Personal Data that is no longer required due to the termination of the provision of our services, shall be disposed of in accordance with our regulations.

      2. (2)Certificate for Procedure of Requests

        1. By yourself

          Upon the Requests, please enclose a copy of any one of the following identification documents. Unless the address is "same as the domicile", the domicile should be deleted by black painting, etc.

          • Driver's license
          • Health insurance card
          • Basic resident card
          • Pension handbook
          • Alien registration card
          • Passport
        2. Attorney

          If your attorney makes Requests, please submit the following identification documents (copy) in addition to the documents described in "a" above. Delete the domicile in the document which shows current address by black painting, etc.

          1. A. Legal Representative

            • Documents to confirm the existence of legal authority of representation (such as a copy of family register / if in the parental authority, a copy of the insurance card containing the dependents)
            • Documents to verify the identity of the legal representative (such as a copy of driver's license or health insurance card of the legal representative)
          2. B. Deputed Representative

            • Proxy
            • Documents to verify the identity of the deputed representative (such as a copy of driver's license or health insurance card of the deputed representative)

            The Personal Data provided upon the Requests, shall be used to the extent required for the procedure of Requests. Any submitted identification documents shall be disposed of in an appropriate manner immediately after confirmation. In addition, after a certain period of time from concluding the procedure, the Disclosure Request Form shall be disposed of in an appropriate manner.

      3. (3)Contact for Requests

        In order to Requests, please Contact us as below. Thereafter, please fill out the required information in the designated form (Disclosure Request Form) we send, and return it with the identification documents described in the clause (2) above. No fee shall be charged for notification of the purpose of use and disclosure of Personal Data.

        With respect to corresponding to the Requests, we shall mail in writing to the address designated by you, within 14 business days after our receipt of the Disclosure Request Form in which the required matters have been completed and the identification documents.

        Contact Points for Inquiries

        〒150-6190 24-25F, Shibuya Scramble Square, 2-24-12 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

        Customer Help Desk, Leverages Co., Ltd.
        Email address: privacy@leverages.jp
        TEL:03-5774-1632

        ※ For Saturdays, Sundays, national holidays, new-year holidays, and our Company holidays, Requests shall be handled on or after the next business day.

    9. 9.Acquisition of Personal Data by Process You May Not Easily Recognize

      This website may use the technologies such as cookies and web beacons, to improve our service and to obtain statistical information such as accesses. The use of these technologies shall not let us acquire Personal Data that you have not entered.

      1. ① Cookies

        1. a.What is Cookies?

          Cookies is a mechanism to save the usage history sent and received between the browser and the server, and input contents as a file on the computer when using a website. The next time user visit the same page, the website operator may use the cookies information and change the display for each user. If user’s browser settings allow to send and receive cookies, the website may retrieve cookies from such user’s browser. To protect user’s privacy, user’s browser sends only cookies sent and received by the servers which the user has used.

        2. b.Cookies Settings

          • Settings for sending and receiving cookies shall be selected from "Allow all cookies", "Reject all cookies", or "Notify when cookies are received". The setting process varies depending on the browser. Please check the "Help" menu of your browser.
          • Note that if you select “Reject all cookies”, you may be restricted when using each service on the Internet, such as unable to receive services that require authentication.
        3. c.What we do with using cookies

          We use cookies for the following purposes:

          • To provide customized services for each user by referring to stored user registration information when the user logs in to the authentication service
          • To display optimal advertising on other websites, based on what users are interested in and how they use our website
          • To examining the number of users and traffic on our websites
          • To improve our services
          • For security reasons, to prompt users, who has not used for a certain period of time, to re-enter (re-authenticate) passwords
          • We may save and refer to our cookies through other companies' websites on the consignment of advertising distribution.
        4. d.Other operations we do with using cookies

          • We shall provide Google LLC for anonymized processed information.
          • Campaign Manager provided by Google uses cookies to measure and analyze advertising route data based on browsing history. For more information about the Google Campaign Manager and how to opt out (suspension of distribution), please click here.
      2. ②Web beacon

        Our website contains the pages that use web beacon to obtain statistical information about the use of our services and to improve services. The information acquired with using web beacon does not include information that identifies individuals.

      【Site Opening Date: March 1, 2018】

      【Last revision date:October 2, 2020】

  • Terms of Service

    These Terms of Use ("this Agreement") stipulate the terms and conditions for the provision of our services and the rights and obligations between the Registered Partner and us. Upon using Services, please read all of and agree with this Agreement.

    1. Article 1 (Application)

      This Agreement aims to stipulate the rights and obligations between the Registered Partner and us relating to the terms of provision and the use of Services. And this Agreement shall be applied to all relating to the use of Services between the Registered Partner and us.
      In the event the contents of this Agreement differ from any other explanations of Services other than this Agreement, the provisions of this Agreement shall prevail.

    2. Article 2 (Definitions)

      In this Agreement, the following terms shall have the meanings set forth below.

      1. "Service Use Contract" means this Agreement and the usage agreement of Services entered into by and between Registered Partner and us.
      2. "Intellectual Property Rights" means copyrights, patents, utility model rights, design rights, trademark rights, and any other Intellectual Property Rights (including the rights to acquire such rights or to apply for registrations of such rights).
      3. "Posting Data" means the contents (including but not limited to texts, images, and videos) that the Registered Partner posts or sends with using Services.
      4. "We (us)" means Leverages Co., Ltd. (including its affiliates).
      5. "Our website" means a website we operate whose domain is "careerticket.jp" (including the modified website in its domain or content for any reason).
      6. "Registered Partner" means an individual or a corporation registered as a user of Services based on Article 3 (Registration).
      7. "Services" means the services which are listed in Services List we provide (including the modified services in its name or content for any reason) and the services associated therewith collectively.
      8. "User Company" means a company that has entrusted us with matching of projects and human resources.
    3. Article 3 (Registration)

      1. Any person who wishes to use Services shall agree to comply with this Agreement, and it lets them be able to apply for the registration of use of Services by providing us with certain information we specify (“Registered Matters") in accordance with our regulations.
      2. In accordance with our policy, we shall determine whether or not to register the Applicant who has applied for the registration based on the above, and when approving the registration, we shall notify the Applicant. The registration of the Applicant as a Registered Partner shall be completed upon the fact that we has given the notice set forth in this paragraph.
      3. Upon the completion of the registration set forth the above, the Service Use Contract shall be concluded between Registered Partner and us, and the Registered Partner shall be able to use the Services in accordance with this Agreement.
      4. In the event the Applicant falls under any of the following items, we may refuse registration and re-registration and shall not be obliged to disclose any reason.

        1. When there is any falsity, error, or omission in whole or in part of the Registered Matters provided for us.
        2. When the applicant is either of minor, adult ward, under curatorship, under assistance, and he/she has not obtained the consent of a legal representative, guardian, curator, or assistant.
        3. When we determine that the applicant belongs to an anti-social forces (meaning an organized crime group, member of an organized crime group, rightist group, anti-social group, or any other party equivalent thereto; the same shall apply hereinafter) or that the applicant engages in any interact or involvement with anti-social forces, such as cooperating with or participating in the maintenance, operation, or management of anti-social forces through financial or other means.
        4. When we determine that the applicant has breached a former contract with us or is related thereto.
        5. When there has been any measure set forth in Article 10 hereof.
        6. Otherwise, when we determine that the registration is not appropriate.
    4. Article 4 (Accuracy of Registered Information)

      1. Registered Partner shall accurately provide User Company and us with Personal Data without any incompletion or inconsistency. In the event any claim, request, or demand arising from the inaccuracy, incompletion, and/or inconsistency of Personal Data provided by Registered Partner is made by User Company or any third party, Registered Partner shall be bound to bear the cost and the responsibility to settle it, and shall ensure that no trouble caused to us.
      2. In the event of any change in the Registered Matter, the Registered Partner shall notify us of such change without delay in the manner we designate. If we request, the Registered Partner shall promptly submit the following documents:

        1. Documents to identify and confirm the identity of the Registered Partner through name and address etc.
        2. Residence Card or Certificate of Status of Employment to confirm the status of residence.
        3. Any other certifications required to submit by the User Company.
    5. Article 5 (Management of Passwords and User IDs)

      In the event we issue a password in connection with Services, the Registered Partner shall use and manage the password at its own responsibility, and the Registered Partner shall not allow any third party use it or transferred it to any third party.

    6. Article 6 (Provision of Services)

      We shall provide the appropriate services from the following to Registered Partner with our determination.

      1. Matching the contents of application received from the Registered Partner and the conditions of job offer received from the User Company, and providing job offer information based on the results of matching.
      2. Soliciting the Registered Partner whom we assess to highly compatible with the conditions of a job offer received from User Company
      3. Proxy of Application Procedures
      4. Matching consultations by telephone and interviews
      5. Any other services we deem beneficial for the Users
    7. Article 7 (Prohibition)

      The Registered Partner shall not engage in any act that falls under any of the following items or any act that we determine to fall under any of the following items when using the Services.

      1. Acts in violation of laws and regulations or in connection with criminal acts
      2. Fraud or threat against other users of Services or third parties
      3. Act that violates public order and morals
      4. Any act that infringes Intellectual Property Rights, right of portrait, right of privacy, honor, or other right or interest of any other users of Services or third parties
      5. Through the Services, transmitting us or other users of Services the information which falls under or that we determine falling under any of the followings

        1. The information that contains excessive violent or cruel expressions
        2. The information including computer viruses and other harmful computer programs
        3. The information that contains expressions that defame the grace or reputation of other users of Services or third parties
        4. The information that contains excessively indecent expressions
        5. The information that includes expressions that encourage discrimination
        6. The information that includes expressions that encourage suicide and self-injurious behavior
        7. The information that includes expressions that facilitate the improper use of drugs
        8. The information that includes antisocial expressions
        9. The information for the dissemination of information, such as Chain Mail, to third parties
        10. The information that contains expressions that cause discomfort to others
      6. Acts that impose excessive burdens on Services networks or systems, etc.
      7. Acts that may interfere with the operation of Services
      8. Unauthorized access to our networks or systems, or attempt unauthorized access
      9. Pretending a third party
      10. Using IDs or passwords of other users of Services
      11. Any advertising, solicitation, or business activity on Services we have not previously authorized
      12. Acts for the purpose of collecting the data of other users of Services
      13. Acts that cause disadvantage, damage, or discomfort to other users of Services, third parties, or us.
      14. Providing benefits to anti-social forces
      15. Any act that directly or indirectly occurs or facilitates any of the acts listed in the preceding items
      16. Acts of concluding a direct outsourcing contract, or solicitation such as acts, with User Company and/or the company which has been our user without using Services
      17. Providing the same services as our Services without our consent
      18. Other conduct we deem inappropriate
    8. Article 8 (Suspension of Services, etc.)

      1. We shall be entitled to suspend or cancel the provision of the Services, in whole or in part, without prior notice to the Registered Partner in the event of any of the following:

        1. When carry out an urgent inspection or maintenance of computer systems in connection with Services.
        2. When the computer or the communication line is stopped due to an accident.
        3. When the Services cannot be operated due to earthquake, lightning strike, fire, storm and flood damage, power failure, natural disaster, or any other force majeure.
        4. When we determine that it is necessary to suspend or cancel the operation.
      2. We shall not be liable for any damage caused to the Registered Partner due to the measures we have made under this Article.
    9. Article 9 (Attribution of Rights)

      1. All Intellectual Property Rights relating to our website and Services belong to us or the party granting the license to us. The using of Services under this Agreement does not imply granting the use of any Intellectual Property Rights which belong to us or the party granting the license to us relating to our website or Services.
      2. With respect to Posting Data, the Registered Partner represents and warrants to us that it has the lawful right to post or transmit the Posting Data and that the Posting Data shall not infringe any rights of third party.
      3. With respect to Posting Data, Registered Partner grants us a license which is worldwide, non-exclusive, free, sub-licensable and transferable to use, reproduce, distribute, create derivative works, display and execute. He/she also grants other Registered Partner a license which is non-exclusive to use, reproduce, distribute, create derivative works, display and execute any Posting Data posted or transmitted by himself/herself with using the Services.
      4. Registered Partner agrees that he/she shall not exercise the moral rights against us and any party who succeeds or is licensed to the rights from us.
    10. Article 10 (Cancellation of Registration)

      1. In the event the Registered Partner falls under any one of the following items, we may, without prior notice or demand, delete the Posting Data, temporarily suspend the use of Services for such Registered Partner, delete the registration as a Registered Partner, or terminate the Service Use Contract:

        1. When breaching of any of the provisions of this Agreement.
        2. When it has turned out that there are false facts in the Registered Matter.
        3. When Registered Partner admits to its creditor its inability to pay its debts generally as such debts become due, or receives a petition for a institution of proceeding for bankruptcy, civil rehabilitation, corporate reorganization, special liquidation, or equivalent proceedings.
        4. When Services has not been used for more than 6 months.
        5. When no response has been received for 30 days or more to inquiries or other requests for response from us.
        6. When the facts of each items of Paragraph 4 of Article 3 exist.
        7. When we determine Registered Partner is not appropriate to use Services or to continue Service Use Contract.
      2. In the event falling under any of the above, all obligations of the Registered Partner shall be accelerated and become immediately due and payable.
      3. We shall not be liable for any damage caused to the Registered Partner due to the measures we have made under this Article.
    11. Article 11 (Withdrawal)

      1. The Registered Partner may withdraw from the Services and cancel his or her registration as his or her own Registered Partner by notifying us in the manner we prescribe.
      2. Upon the withdrawal, if having any debt, all obligations of the Registered Partner shall be accelerated and become immediately due and payable.
      3. The handling of Personal Data after withdrawal shall be subject to the provisions of Article 17.
    12. Article 12 (Change or Termination of SERVICES)

      1. We may modify or terminate Services along with us. We shall notify Registered Partner in advance of any termination of providing Services.
      2. We shall not be liable for any damage caused to the Registered Partner due to the measures we have made under this Article.
    13. Article 13 (Disclaimer of Warranty)

      1. We shall make no warranty that the Services meet the particular purpose of the Registered Partner, have the expected functions, commercial value, accuracy, and usefulness, that the Registered Partner's use of the Services will conform to the applicable laws, regulations, or internal regulations of industry associations, and that any failure will not occur.
      2. We shall collate the application received from the Registered Partner against the job offer requirements that the User Company desires, but it is not possible to explain the criteria for consideration or the reasons for determination. In addition, even if we accept a request of application for a job offer from Registered Partner, as a result of determination how much suitable for the job offer with referring to the selection criteria specified by the User Company, we may not make recommendation to the job offer, or may inform that it does not conform to the job offer requirements on behalf of the User Company.
      3. We shall, in response to Registered Partner’s request, act as an intermediary in confirming the User Company's working conditions and other details of the contract.
        Provided, however, the Registered Partner agrees that it shall, at its own responsibility, enter into the contract with directly confirming the working conditions and other details of the contract with the User Company, and that the working conditions, we notified to the Registered Partner, shall not ultimately guarantee the details of the contract.
    14. Article 14 (Elimination of Anti-Social Forces)

      The Registered Partner, now and in the future, shall represent that himself/herself does not fall under any type of anti-social forces (an organized crime group, a member of organized crime group, a person who was a member of organized crime group within 5 years, semi-regular of organized crime group, a company in relation with organized crime group, a racketeer group, a group engaging in criminal activities under the pretext of conducting social companies, a crime group specialized in intellectual crimes, or any other equivalent party) or that himself/herself shall not commit any illegal acts including violent acts, fraudulent acts, threats, or acts of obstruction of business. In the event of a breach of such representation, Registered Partner shall accept the termination of Services without any objection.

    15. Article 15 (Indemnity)

      1. We shall not be liable for any interruption, suspension, termination, unavailability or modification of the provision of Services we made, deletion or elimination of messages or information sent by Registered Partner to Services, erasure of registration of Registered Partner, loss of registration data due to use of Services, failure or injury to equipment, or any other damage suffered by Registered Partner relating to the Services ( "User’s Damage") .
      2. Even if we are liable for any reason, we shall not be liable for the User’s Damage to users in excess of the amount of consideration paid by Registered Partner to us during the last 12 months, and shall not be liable for incidental, indirect, special, future damages or lost profits.
      3. We shall not be responsible for any transactions, communications, or disputes that may arise between the Registered Partner and any other Registered Partner or any third party in connection with the Services or our website.
    16. Article 16 (Confidentiality)

      The Registered Partner shall treat as confidential any non-public information we disclose to Registered Partner with a requirement of confidentiality in connection with the Services, unless the prior written consent from us.

    17. Article 17 (Handling Personal Data)

      With respect to handling Personal Data of the Registered Partner, it shall be as set forth in our How We Handle Personal Data, and the Registered Partner shall agree that we handle the user information of the Registered Partner in accordance with our How We Handle Personal Data.

    18. Article 18 (Liability for Damages)

      In the event the User causes any damage to us, related parties, or any third party in contravention of any of the provisions of this Agreement, the User shall compensate for such damage.

    19. Article 19 (Modification)

      We shall modify this Agreement. When modifying, we shall publicly announce it for Registered Partner with the details of such modification. In the event the Registered Partner uses the services or fails to follow the procedures for deletion of registration within the period we specify after the announcement, the Registered Partner shall be deemed to have consented to such modifications in this Agreement.

    20. Article 20 (Contact/Notice)

      Any inquiries regarding the Service, any other contacts or notices from the Registered Partner to us, any public announcement regarding changes of this Agreement, or any other contacts or public announcement from us to the Registered Partner, shall be made in the manner we prescribe.

    21. Article 21 (Assignment of Status under Service Use Contract)

      1. The Registered Partner may not assign, transfer, encumber or otherwise dispose of its status in this Service Use Contract or any rights or obligations under this Agreement to any third party without the prior written consent from us.
      2. In the event that we transfer any business related to the Services to any other company, it may assign its status in this Service Use Contract, the rights and obligations under this Agreement, the Registered Matters of Registered Partner, and any other customer information to the transferee of such business transfer, and the Registered Partner, in advance, shall agree such assignment in this Article. The transfer of business stipulated in this Article shall include not only the ordinary transfer of business, but also the company split and any other cases in which the business is transferred.
    22. Article 22 (Severability)

      If any provision of the this Agreement, or any part hereof, is determined invalid or unenforceable under the Consumer Contract Act or any other law or regulation, the remaining provisions of this Agreement and the remaining part of the provision determined invalid or unenforceable, shall remain in full force and effect.

    23. Article 23 (Governing Law and Court of Jurisdiction)

      1. This Agreement and Service Use Contract shall be governed by the laws of Japan. The Registered Partner shall agree that the application of the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, shall be excluded even if the sale of goods occurs in Services.
      2. The Tokyo District Court or the Tokyo Summary Court shall have exclusive jurisdiction for the first instance over any and all disputes arising out of or in connection with this Agreement or Service Use Contract.