News-Antique.com - Nov 30,-0001 - October 23- Tempe, AZ: Rinkya's President Heather Russell invites Star Trek fans to boldly go where no bidder has ever bid before.
In honor of the 40th Anniversary of Star Trek, Rinkya Inc, the premier service for on-line Japanese shopping, is adding new searches and seeking out opportunities for world-wide Trekkies to explore the Japan market.
The recent Star Trek memorabilia auction at Christie’s surprised that venerable auction house, when instead of the anticipated $3 million, fans bid over $7 million.
Over 5 million Star Trek fans in Japan represent a source of strange new worlds for all. Accessible through Rinkya’s massive Search Engine, the Japanese market offers a unique frontier for Star Trek collectors. Vintage, new and used items are of both Japanese and English origin. Garage kits, art, DVD’s, books illustrated by Japanese Star Trek artist Toru Kanamori, toys, models, games, action figures, costumes, and watches are available.
“It’s only logical” says Ms. Russell, “Japan is the new frontier for enterprising Star Trek devotees.”
Rinkya Inc. corporate headquarters are based in Tempe, Arizona with branch offices in Southern Arizona and California. In Japan, Rinkya has offices located in Tokyo along with two large warehouses for customers’ inventory. The Japan branch has won several business awards from the Japanese Postal System and has been featured in several Japanese business magazines.
For Further Information Visit : www.rinkya.com