Japanese cosmetic brands Momotani, Meishoku products launched in Nepal Business 360

Japanese cosmetic brands Momotani, Meishoku products launched in Nepal

Nepali actor Swastima Khadka cutting a ribbon to launch skincare and beauty products of famous Japanese cosmetic brands Meishoku and Momotani, and to inaugurate ‘Kirei Cosme Japan’ store opened in New Baneshwor, Kathmandu, on Monday, December 12, 2021. Photo: B360Nepal

  • Cosmetic store ‘Kirei Cosme Japan’ opened in New Baneshwor, Kathmandu
  • products made available on Daraz and Kaimono Japan online store

KATHMANDU: Skincare and beauty products of famous Japanese cosmetic brands Meishoku and Momotani have been launched in Nepal.

Both brands are owned by Momotani Juntenkan Ltd, a company with 136 years of history in cosmetics manufacturing in Japan and are well known globally for its acne care and other skincare products.

Momotani Juntenkan Company started with an acne care product Bigansui in 1885 and developed various skincare products over time. The company had the honour of supplying cosmetics to the Japanese Emperor. Currently, Meishoku and Momotani brands are being sold in 25 countries. The product availability ranges from acne care, skincare, haircare to makeup. All of these products are made in Japan.

The company has officially entered Nepal with Nepalis importing and marketing partner Laughing Yeti Trading that runs popular Japanese store Kaimono Japan based in New Baneshwor and Pulchowk (all household, cosmetics and consumer products fully imported from Japan) and TOUCHME Japan at Civil Mall (Japanese bag brands for all sexes and to-be-launched-soon accessories). The entity was created by all young Nepali youths that are working internationally and with the aim of transferring the global knowledge to the Nepali society and producing young Nepali leaders through “Youth Empowerment” and “Female Empowerment”.

Laughing Yeti Trading has also opened its first Japanese cosmetic and skincare store under the name Kirei Cosme Japan in New Baneshwor, Kathmandu. The store aims to empower Nepali women and give easy access to Japanese skincare products that are authentic, sustainable and are used by millions of women all around the world. Kirei Cosme Japan exclusively sells Momotani and Meishoku brand skincare and cosmetics products. The store is located next to Kaimono Japan in New Baneshwor.

Swastima Khadka, a leading and influential actor, officially launched the brand and the store by cutting the ribbon. During the video message Hiroshi Wada, Corporate Officer and General Manager, Momotani Juntenkan Ltd Japan, said that the aim of the company is to enrich lives and bring smiles and happiness through these products. Hiroshi also said that Momotani Juntenkan will provide more and more meaningful products to Nepali customers through Laughing Yeti Japan that is being run passionately by the young Nepali youths that are based abroad. Talking to Media, Gaurav Thapa, one of the representatives of Laughing Yeti Trading, said that the team was very thankful for all the support they were receiving from those involved including their dear customers in making this launch a success. He further mentioned they were completely thrilled to bring this well-known Japanese brand to Nepal and are looking forward to expanding sales and distribution of these products across the country very soon.

Momotani and Meishoku branded products are also available on Daraz and Kaimono Japan online store.



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