Our customers have been asking us to find great healthy products and services in Japan and make them available in English at reasonable prices.
Tokyo, Japan (PRWEB) June 28, 2016
English-speakers living or traveling in Japan now have access to high quality health and wellness products and services previously only available to Japanese speakers. HealthyTokyo.com (https://healthytokyo.com/) has announced the introduction of an online health and wellness shop dedicated to serving the English-speaking community. At launch the shop has over one hundred sports supplements and protein products and will expand rapidly over the next few months, with everything from organic wine and food to health checks.
HealthyTokyo.com is already the go-to resource for unique and trusted information about English-speaking doctors, dentists, and healthy places to eat, exercise and relax in Japan. “It was a natural progression for us to launch a shop for the community”, says Michael Bobrove, CEO of HealthyIM K.K., the company behind HealthyTokyo.com. “Our customers have been asking us to find great healthy products and services in Japan and make them available in English at reasonable prices”.
HealthyTokyo.com is partnering with many of the top providers of health and wellness products and services in Japan. The sports supplements and protein products are supplied in cooperation with BodyPlus International. David Halton, CEO of BodyPlus commented, “We are really excited about HealthyTokyo’s new shop and the opportunity to launch our full product line in English for the first time. We chose HealthyTokyo because of their track record for connecting people looking for health and wellness to quality providers”.
The annual number of tourists coming to Japan has already surpassed the government’s initial goal of 20 million people and is expected to double in the next four years. With the rapid increase of visitors and foreign residents in Japan and the 2020 Olympics on the horizon, HealthyTokyo.com is leading the movement to make health and wellness accessible in Japan.