Royal Japan co., Ltd. is a Japanese company , which is the leader in sales and exporter of used and brand new Japanese and European used cars. We have more than 15 years experience with used car market in Japan,
Royal Japan co., Ltd. exports wide variety of Japanese Used Cars around the world such as Cars , Vans, Trucks, SUV , Mini-Vans,and Buses, . We purchase our vehicles from Auctions as well as from main brand dealers with a wide-spread selection of models and colors .
About our Regional Center in the African Continent- JAF AUTO DEALERS (PTY) LTD in Botswana JAF AUTO together with Royal Japan has proudly been in business for more than a decade. JAF Auto currently serves all African countries including South Africa - Botswana - Zambia - Uganda - Malawi etc. Being the one stop exporter of Japanese, American and European used cars
Royal Japan co., Ltd. is a member of all leading auctions in Japan, such as USS (Used car System Solutions) , TAA (Toyota Auto Auctions) , ARAI (ARAI auto auction), NAA (Nissan Auto Auction) , CAA (and HAA (Hanathen Auto Auction), JU Groups.
We maintain good relationships with all of the leading shipping companies. For our customers we have opportunity to make bookings immediately and get the best rates for the vehicles from our shipping companies.
We are constantly upgrading our customer support systems to provide the utmost customer satisfaction.
We have a quality standard where all of our vehicles get inspected and are taken for a test drive by our technicians. Each vehicle receives approval based on its condition. Only vehicles which pass this test get approved for export. This process is strictly followed to ensure the quality of all vehicles we export.
As one of the main Japanese used cars exporters, Royal Japan has a trusted membership in Osaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
JETRO, or the Japan External Trade Organization, is a Japanese government-related organization that works to promote mutual trade and investment between Japan and the rest of the world. Originally established in 1958 to promote Japanese exports abroad.