Japanese cosmetic brands Momotani and Meishoku have launched their skin care and beauty products for the first time in Nepal. Actress Swastima Khadka officially launched the brand and the store by cutting the ribbon. The store is located at New Baneshwor, Kathmandu, next to Kaimono Japan.
The company has officially entered in Nepal with Nepalese importing and marketing partner Laughing Yeti Trading. This company runs Japanese stores Kaimono Japan based in New Baneshwor and Pulchwok and Touchme Japan at Civil Mall.
Both of these brands are owned by Momotani Juntenkan, a company with 136 years of history in cosmetics manufacturing in Japan and is well known globally for its acne care and other skin care products. Momotani Juntenkan Company started with an acne care product Bigansui in 1885 and developed various skin care products over the time. The company had supplying cosmetics to the Japanese Emperor. Currently Momotani and Meishoku brands are being sold in 25 countries in the world. The product availability ranges from Acne care, Skin care, Haircare to Makeup. All of these products are made in Japan.
Momotani and Meishoku branded products are also available at Daraz and Kaimono Japan online store.