Privacy Policy

About this Website

The “Japanese Voice Over Artist / Television Personality REIKO NARAO OFFICIAL WEBSITE” (hereinafter referred to as “this Site”) is managed and operated by Psychoro Inc. (hereinafter referred to as the “Company”).
Your use of this Site is subject to the terms and conditions stipulated in this Policy. By using this Site, you agree to all of the following terms and conditions.
1. This Site is provided only for the convenience of our customers, who may use the Site at their own risk.
2. Actions that cause damage or disadvantage to a third party or the Company, or damage the credibility or honor of a third party or the Company, are prohibited.
3. The copyrights to the layout, design and structure of the content recorded in and posted on this Site belong to the Company. Prior approval from the Company is required for the use of images, etc.

Privacy Policy

The Company has established the following Privacy Policy (hereinafter referred to as “this Policy”) regarding the handling of the personal information of users in the service provided on this Website (hereinafter referred to as the “Service”).

Article 1 (Personal Information)

“Personal information” is as defined in the Act on the Protection of Personal Information, and refers to information about a living individual that can identify the specific individual including their name, date of birth, address, telephone number, contact information, and such other details contained in the information, as well as information that can identify the specific individual by itself (individually identifying information), such as data on physical appearance, fingerprints, voice print, and health insurance card insurer number.

Article 2 (Method of Collecting Personal Information)

The Company may ask for personal information such as a user’s name, date of birth, address, telephone number, and e-mail address when a user uses the Service. In addition, the Company may collect from its business partners, etc. (including information providers, advertisers, advertising distributors, etc.; hereinafter referred to as “Partners”) transaction records and payment information, including the personal information of users, relating to transactions between users and Partners.

Article 3 (Purpose of Collecting and Using Personal Information)

The purposes for which the Company collects and uses personal information are as follows:
1. To provide and operate the Company’s services
2. To respond to inquiries from users (including to confirm the identity of users)
3. To send emails to users with information on new features, updates, marketing campaigns, etc. for the services they are using, as well as information on other services provided by the Company
4. To contact users as necessary regarding maintenance, important notices, etc.
5. To identify and block users who have violated the Terms of Use or who are attempting to use the Service for fraudulent or unjust purposes
6. To allow users to view, change, or delete their own registered information and to view their usage status
7. To charge users for paid services
8. For purposes incidental to the above purposes of use

Article 4 (Changes to the Purposes of Use)

1. The Company will change the purposes of use of personal information only when it is reasonably deemed that such purposes of use are related to the purposes of use before the change.
2. In the event of a change in the purposes of use, the Company shall, by the method prescribed by the Company, notify the user or publicly announce on this Website the purpose of use after the change.

Article 5 (Provision of Personal Information to Third Parties)

1. Except in the following cases, the Company will not provide personal information to a third party without the prior consent of the user. However, this excludes cases permitted under the Act on the Protection of Personal Information and other laws and regulations.
1. When it is necessary for the protection of the life, body, or property of an individual and it is difficult to obtain the consent of the data subject
2. When it is particularly necessary to improve public health or promote the sound growth of children and it is difficult to obtain the consent of the data subject
3. When it is necessary to cooperate with a national agency, a local government organization, or an entity entrusted thereby to execute affairs prescribed by law, and obtaining the consent of the data subject is likely to impede the execution of such affairs
4. When the following matters have been notified or announced in advance, and the Company has notified the Personal Information Protection Committee:
1. That the purpose of use includes provision to third parties
2. The data items to be provided to third parties
3. The means or methods of provision to third parties
4. That the provision of personal information to third parties will be stopped at the request of the data subject
5. The method by which requests will be accepted from individuals concerned
2. Notwithstanding the provisions of the preceding paragraph, in the following cases, the party to whom the information is provided shall not be considered a third party:
1. When the Company outsources all or part of the handling of personal information within the scope necessary to achieve the purpose of use
2. When personal information is provided as a result of the succession of business due to merger or other reasons
3. In cases where personal information is used jointly with a specific person, and when this fact, the items of personal information to be jointly used, the scope of the persons engaging in joint use, the purpose of use by the persons engaging in joint use, and the name of the person responsible for the management of said personal information are notified or made readily available to the data subject in advance

Article 6 (Disclosure of Personal Information)

1. When requested to disclose personal information by a data subject, the Company will disclose such information to the data subject without delay. However, if disclosure would result in any of the following cases, all or part of the information may not be disclosed, and if the Company decides not to disclose the information, it will notify the data subject to that effect without delay. A fee of 1,000 yen per case will be charged for the disclosure of personal information.
1. When there is a risk of harm to the life, body, property, or other rights or interests of the data subject or a third party
2. When there is a risk of significant hindrance to the proper conduct of the Company’s business
3. When other laws and regulations have been violated
2. Notwithstanding the preceding paragraph, in principle, the Company will not disclose information other than personal information, such as historical information and characteristic information.

Article 7 (Correction and Deletion of Personal Information)

1. If a user’s personal information held by the Company is incorrect, the user may request the Company to correct, make additions to, or delete (hereinafter referred to as “Corrections, etc.”) the personal information through procedures determined by the Company.
2. If the Company receives a request from a user as described in the preceding paragraph and deems it necessary to respond to the request, then the Company will make Corrections, etc. to the relevant personal information without delay.
3. In the event of Corrections, etc. based on the provisions of the preceding paragraph, or in the event of a decision not to make such Corrections, etc., the Company will notify the User of such decision without delay.

Article 8 (Suspension of Use, Etc. of Personal Information)

1. When the Company receives a request from a data subject to stop using or delete (hereinafter referred to as “Suspension of Use, etc.”) his/her personal information on the grounds that it has been handled beyond the scope of the purposes of use or that it has been obtained by wrongful means, the Company will conduct the necessary investigation without delay.
2. Based on the results of the investigation described in the preceding paragraph, if the Company determines that it is necessary in order to respond to the request, then the Company will implement a Suspension of Use, etc. of the relevant personal information without delay.
3. In the event of Suspension of Use, etc. based on the provisions of the preceding paragraph, or in the event of a decision not to engage in Suspension of Use, etc., the Company will notify the user without delay.
4. Notwithstanding the preceding two paragraphs, in cases where the Suspension of Use, etc. involves high costs or is otherwise difficult, and it is necessary to take alternative measures to protect the rights and interests of the user, then the Company will take such alternative measures.

Article 9 (Use of Cookies)

This Site uses cookies to provide customers with more appropriate services and content.
Customers can set their browser to indicate in advance that this is a website that uses cookies or to refuse to accept cookies.
If a customer chooses not to use cookies, they may be limited in the features available on this Site. A customer may set their browser to disable cookies, but this may result in some of the services on this Website becoming unavailable to the customer.

Article 10 (Recording of Access Logs)

This Site records information on visitors as an access log. Access logs include information such as the domain name and IP address of the person accessing the site, the type of browser being used, the date and time of access, and the source of the link, but they do not contain information that can identify individuals. Access logs will be used for maintenance and management of this Site and for statistical analysis of usage conditions, but will not be used for any other purpose.

Article 11 (Governing Law)

Transactions with the Company shall be governed by the laws of Japan.

Article 12 (Changes to the Privacy Policy)

1. The contents of this Policy may be changed without notice to the user, except as otherwise provided by law or otherwise in this Policy.
2. Unless otherwise specified by the Company, the revised Privacy Policy shall take effect from the time it is posted on this Website.

Article 13 (Contact for Inquiries)

For inquiries regarding this Policy, please use the following contact information:
Address: 3rd Floor Daihiro Building, 707 Suehiroonsen-cho, Tottori City, Tottori Prefecture
Company name: Psychoro Co., Ltd.
Representative Director: Toshiatsu Taniguchi
E-mail address : info@psychoro.org

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