I have been engaged in the management of Ritmo Sereno as its representative for 13 years since its foundation.Now I am going to launch a new brand with the new workshop at the southern foot of Mt. Yatsugatake where I'm moving, and Masatsugu Takashima, our current chief mechanic, will take over my role in Tokyo.Moreover,Hitoyasu Izutsu,Champion of the All Japan road race championship 2002, 2004 and winner of Suzuka 8-hour Endurance Road Race 2004, has already joined us as an executive since last spring, and we have been operating our business with more productive works than ever.
I will take part in Ritmo Sereno as an executive and advisor and I would like to thank all the customers and each business contractor for the cooperation and for giving me the opportunities to study various things.I also would like to ask everyone for long and continued support for our team, Ritmo Sereno.I will be in the office full-time until the end of February, and the new workshop at Mt. Yatsugatake is planned to open in early April.As for the works and orders which I have already accepted, I will deal with them until completion with a responsibility.
Max Fritz Nishi-Tokyo located within the shop will be closed in the latter half of February due to the expansion of Ritmo Sereno. I also would like to thank you all for the support for Max Fritz Nishi-Tokyo until now.
I apologize for my announcement here in this website, but please allow me to inform you of the above and I would like to express my gratitude to everyone.