IMAYO since 1861 1861-KYOTO

Site Policy

Please read and agree to the following terms of use before using our website. If you cannot agree with the terms then please do not use the site.
Use of the site is only possible with agreement on all the terms listed below.

1. Copyright
(1) The copyright for this website and each piece of text, photograph, image, music, sound, and other works (hereinafter referred to as "contents") it contains belongs to Imayo or to the original authors or to any other right holder.
(2) If doing so for individual personal use, customers may download, save to their personal computer or print out data from this website. However, it is forbidden by copyright law to transfer the data to another website or printed matter, etc.
It is also forbidden to use contents from this website in any other way that exceeds the scope permitted by copyright law without permission from the copyright owner.
2. Trademarks, etc.
The rights to this website and each trademark, logo and trade name on the website belong to Imayo Co., Ltd., or to the right holder for each item.
The use of these items without permission from Imayo is prohibited by Trademark Law, except in cases permitted by the Trademark Law, or other laws.
3. Links
In principle you are free to link to the top page or any other page of this website. However, please notify us of the address of the page containing the link. (E-mail : www@imayo.co.jp
In addition, depending upon the method of the link, or the contents of the page it is contained on, we may refuse the link or ask you to amend it.
*When linking to the site, please include expressions or notes to clarify that it is a link to the "Imayo Website."
*We may change the URL of each page on this website. No notification of the change will be given to the persons linking to this site.
4. Changes in terms of use
We may change the contents of this site policy as necessary, without any prior notification.
5. Cautions
No guarantee is given for this website and no responsibility will be taken for any errors in the contents or any trouble between the customer and a third party concerning its use.