MINIKURA, operated by Warehouse TERRADA has launched “FUN” a new platform supporting both tangible items and intangible services, a new platform for supporting goods and services.
Sharing platform specialized for logistics. Maximizing the expertise of Warehouse TERRADA, it is supporting rental service, EC, C2C and various other businesses. Regardless of whether the scale of projects from small business to new services by large companies, this platform enables to smoothly introduce new necessary functions including managing, storing and removing of items.
MINIKURA, “a service where everybody can have their own storage from any location,” has been providing its systems and functions to 20 companies and 30 services via API.
TERRADA WINE STORAGE
This is a next generational wine cellar, integrating optimal wine storage with an online system to manage the customer’s stored wine collection via computer or smartphone. The minimum monthly storage fee is 90 yen (before tax) per 750 ml bottle.
This is the world’s first online service offerering storage functions in addition to viewing features for the purpose of introducing the culture of architecture and the up-and-coming architects to the world.
With this service, users can select their favorite artwork from 6,000 original pieces and rent or purchase them to suit their mood. “BAZART” offers users opportunities to enjoy a great number of new artworks every time they visit the website.
PIGMENT ONLINE SHOP
The items only at PIGMENT can be ordered anywhere in the world through PIGMENT Online Shop, including pigments in 4,500 hues, 200 kinds of sumi ink sticks, 50 types of isinglass, and delicate brushes for calligraphy and painting. Information about workshops, and articles related to art materials are also offered on the PIGMENT website.
TOTAL DOCUMENT SOLUTIONS
To support the permanent preservation of information assets, we provide services for the physical management, scanning, digitizing and management of digitized content for all forms of information media including documents, books, photos, magnetic tapes and video media