For Those Resident Outside Japan



You may choose either of the following two methods, but in either case, we would appreciate it
if you would make an enquiry before ordering so as to ascertain whether the item you have in
mind is in stock at our store.

(1) Ordering direct from our store
    Please let us know the title and other necessary information about the item you
    wish to buy, your name, postal address, and telephone number, either by telephone,
      fax, post or email.

(2) Ordering at our website
    In this case, you need to set up an account beforehand.
    Once you have established an account with us, you can place an order just by
      logging in with your email address and password.
    For more details refer to the Information Section on the right-hand side of
    the Catalogue Page.

     * When you place an order as representative of an institution, such as school,
     library or government office, we need to have your written order bearing the
        official seal of the institution and that of the person responsible.
     * Please bear in mind that as what we deal in are second-hand items, the item you
        have ordered may not be in good condition.
   * In case you usually use a stage name or pen-name, please inform us of your real
        name so that there will not be any trouble caused at the time of delivery.

Upon receiving your enquiry, we will let you know whether or not the item you intend to buy
Is in stock at our store, what condition it is in, and its price.

     * The length of time in which we can set aside your ordered item is approximately
        one week.
   * When you have decided to buy your order, please specify the method of delivery
     and of payment you wish to use.
   * The price we quote includes consumption tax.

Methods of Delivery

We recommend Sagawa Express. However, if you prefer other transport companies, such
asYamato, or the Cash-on-Delivery Service of the Post Office, please let us know.
The Booklet Parcel Post is also available through the Post Office. With this can be
combined the delivery record service or registered mail.
However, you can use this post only if the purchase is made by an individual, not
by an institution. Moreover, we cannot assume responsibility for the loss of or damage
to the item after it has been dispatched.
There is also Expack 500 (the standard-size parcel post). When you use this or the
above-mentioned Booklet Parcel Post with the delivery record attached, there will
be no compensation for damage to the purchased item.

   * We will dispatch your order as soon as your payment has been confirmed.
   * Returning the item to us is possible only when it differs from what you ordered.
   * In case you use registered mail and damage is done to your order during dispatch,
    compensation will be made only for the damaged item.
   * Please let us know if you need a bill or receipt from us.
  * For more information on the Post Office乫s services visit the following website:

Methods of Payment
(1) Paying into our bank account:
         MitsubishiTokyoUFJ Bank, Jinbocho Branch, Ordinary Deposit (futsuu yokin) 1059624
(2) Paying into our PO Savings Transfer Account: 00120-7-39656 Yaguchi Shoten
(3) Credit Card: VISA or Mastercard
         When paying by credit card, only lump-sum payment is accepted.
(4) Cash-on-Delivery Mail
          When using this method, please pay the charges for handling cash and for money
(5) Cash Payment by Registered Mail to:
         Yaguchi Shoten       2-5-1 Kanda Jinbocho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 101-0051
      In case of cash payment, please send us exactly the same sum of money that we
         charge you, so that there will be no need to send you the balance.

Please note that when using any of the above-mentioned methods of payment, you will be asked
to pay charges involved in remittance.

We also buy books from customers.

In order to keep the range of our stock as wide and varied as possible we
are always delighted to buy from our customers:
   second-hand books, magazines, pamphlets, posters and the like dealing with
  Japanese and foreign film, TV and radio, stage art, and classic and
   popular entertainment.
For more details see Book Purchase Information on our website.