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Recently, I have been receiving more and more inquiries about pearl necklaces and bracelets. I’m very happy. As usual, the market price of pearls continues to soar, and I am having trouble purchasing pearls. However, it is at times like these that I want to return to my roots and simply continue to share the appeal of pearls. At the same time, recently I have started not tagging people much when I post on Twitter etc. Tagging increases the number of viewers, but I think it actually only increases the number of viewers. I would also like to find more core pearl fans than viewers. However, I think I’ll eventually start tagging myself, but I’m thinking of continuing to post without tagging for a while. I feel like I can understand my bigotry in this area, but I can’t. My heart is in that direction, but even I find it strange. However, the ever-rising price of pearls is a problem. Two years ago, you could easily get better quality pearls at a cheaper price, but these days prices have become crazy. There are many pearls whose wholesale price is the same as the retail price. To combat this, I am practicing metal engraving, but by the time I master it, the price of pearls may have fallen.



I am part of a Japanese company with an Akoya pearl farm. Apart from the company, I personally run an Akoya pearl shop. I would appreciate it if I could share smiles with various people through pearls.

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