Sugo Toys Japan Met With Fan Enthusiasm

Aug 16th 2012
TOKYO — The monthly Japanese toy subscription service Sugo Toys Japan announced Tuesday that it has received a good response from the fan community.

Since the launch of a teaser site on July 25, Sugo Toys Japan said it has received more than 500 newsletter subscriptions from figure collectors all around the world. The service has also received encouraging words and suggestions through Facebook and Twitter.

“Figure enthusiasts all around the world have given us great suggestions and ideas. They are helping us make a service that fits their needs. We are grateful,” said CEO Masaru Nakajima. He added that Sugo Toys Japan expects to have around 1,000 newsletter followers by September.

Sugo Toys Japan has also opened a blog where they plan to showcase cool figures, events and interesting figure-related stuff besides Sugo Toys Japan releases. Every month, figure collectors will receive a new figure from the series of their choosing, so the blog will showcase past and future figures available through the service.

Links:

Sugo Toys Japan (Teaser Site):

sugotoysjapan.com

Facebook page:

www.facebook.com/SugoToysJapan

Twitter Account:

twitter.com/SugoToysJapan

About Sugolog Inc.

Founded: December 2010

Founder & CEO:Masaru Nakajima

Business Domain: Multilingual social media marketing service

Sugolog Inc. helps companies solve their marketing problems through the use of social
media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, etc. Sugolog Inc. is able to help companies in
the research, planning, development, operation & analytics of their social media
strategy. The company is also able to help their clients with their global marketing
needs. Sugolog Inc. can work in Japanese, English, Spanish, Traditional Chinese &
Vietnamese.

Sugolog Inc. Also runs SUGOJAPAN , a Facebook page serving news, information &
contents related to Japanese pop-culture & tech culture. Since January 2012 it has
gathered more than 25,000 fans.

Sugolog Inc.'s motto is “Make it more SUGOI” (SUGOI means “cool” or “great” in
Japanese). The middle term goal of the company is to make “contents that you would
like to bookmark in your browser” by 2015. The long term goal is that, by the year
2040, the word SUGOI becomes part of the global language.

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