[Info] How to order JKS stuff from Koari.net (and other Japanese online shops)

August 16, 2015 in JKS Official Merchandises by tenshi_akuma (Japan)

As you know, some Jang Keun Suk items are exclusively sold at Koari.net. But they don’t provide oversea shipping services. Today we will share how to order his items from Koari.net ^^ We share the points briefly below, but please see this attached PDF and the each website for the details.
koari
tenshi_akuma’s note: Here’s the list of JKS stuff sold on Koari.net
P.S. Actually it’s not only useful for Koari.net but for other Japanese online shops.

There are 2 methods :
1) FROM JAPAN (FJ): http://www.fromjapan.co.jp/
FJ
– FJ is a Proxy website, middleman service to helps to make purchases from japanese websites.
– FJ will help to place your orders from Koari, using FJ’s own account, and will therefore not be able to earn Koari points.
– You will not need your own account with Koari.
– Payment will be directly to FJ.

*Please change the language setting on the top.
*Pro: Only need to deal with Fromjapan; cheaper freight charges (via FedEx)
*Con: No Koari points

2) tenso: http://www.tenso.com/en/
tenso
– Tenso provides you with a proxy Japanese address, and will enable you to shop from websites that do not deliver internationally.
– You need to register an account with Koari and place order, then pay directly to Kaori usng credit card.
– When registering with Koari, you will use the address provided by Tenso and your items will be shipped to that address, before it is re-shipped to you.
– Tenso.com will email you once they received the parcel from koari.net. You will need to pay additionally tenso.com freight charges before they ship out your parcel.

* The tricky part about signing up with Koari – you need to provide your name in Japanese characters – you can use Google translate to help.
*Pro: You can earn Koari points which you can use to exchange for exclusive photos and videos.
*Con: Only EMS shipping is available; freight charges is slightly higher as compare to FedEx.

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