Message from the CEO
Our big dream is that eventually we will all be helping each other out, and that no one would be lonely.

In the post-war climate, Japan came to pursue materialistic wealth. In the high growth period material possessions were seen to signal happiness, and there was a way of thinking that owning 3 houses, rather than 1, would make you 3 times happier. It was as though the heart was left behind in pursuit of amassing material possessions, and as a result Japan saw economic growth, yet at the same time also an increase in immature adults. Though materialistically wealthy, mentally, there is poverty and a sense of unfulfillment.
Given such social circumstances, with our business having being set up with the aim to help those in a place of loneliness or difficulty, we have been described as a “gap business,” as in “the women who will fill those cracks in your heart.” 

  Yet I think that the hole that opened in the heart of Japanese people in the post-war climate, is nothing like a “gap,” and something tremendously large, covering the entire nation.

  In days gone by, Japan had a society that treasured bonds between people and spirituality. Though this may sounds exaggerated, our wish is to regain that spirituality, and it is through this work that we have begun to make waves. It would bring great pleasure to know if somehow it could act as a trigger to stir memories of those valuable forgotten treasures.

Maki Abe

The reason behind starting
a women-only handyman company

I am often asked why I am running a handyman company in the first place. When I got the idea of starting the business in 2009, I had no money, things, nor personal connections, and had to start from absolutely zero. I had no idea what to do, and there wasn’t much I could do either.
However, worrying along the way, I eventually started to think; “If there isn’t anything, I’ll try anything that I can do!” and “helping one another out is a strength in itself.” I felt as though people who were helping each other out all lived confidently. When I looked back on myself up until that point, I realized I had been thinking “I’m not satisfied now so I can’t give to others until then,” hence putting the mutual helping out of others in a secondary place. 

We live in an age where we cannot rely on the country, family, government, friends, or acquaintances. It strongly made me think that weak people, including myself need to support each other, and more so especially because of their fragility.
What is of greatest importance is to be of use to people. If I cannot do much, then I’d go forward and do tasks that people generally don’t like to do. That’s the reason I went forward with the idea of the “anything/handyman” company.

At the same time I realized that in this generation there are many individuals within the Japanese society who are suffering or are lonely. Japan had pursued materialistic wealth in a climate of extremely rapid growth but her heart had been left behind.
One reason why I wanted to set up Client Partners was to support the troubles found in such an environment. We are facing a grueling time in which each individual faces troubles but no one has a reliable place to turn to. To that end, we will sincerely continue to work diligently on various problems.  We believe there are no words that surpass actions.
We will put our all into this work until the day when people will one day be helping each other out, when true bonds are created once again in society.

Company Overview

Company name Client Partners Co., Ltd.
Address 3F Yamakane Bldg. 1-18-6, Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, 160-0023
Telephone number 010-81-03-5909-2320
e-mail address honten@cp-s.jp
URL http://www.clientpartners.jp
English website URL http://clientpartners.planet.bindcloud.jp/
Capital stock ¥10,000,000
CEO Maki Abe
Detective: Tokyo metropolis public safety commission Detective business notification number Ordinal 30110270

Caregiving: Partners care residence caregiving, severe visiting nursing care. Office number 1311300642