Atsuko was born and raised in Osaka, Japan. Upon graduating from Osaka City University with a degree in Human Life Science, she begins her career path working for a major Japanese firm in Tokyo. After six years at this company, Atsuko finally makes a major decision to move to New York City in 2004. She begins working for a CPA firm, where she was first introduced to the world of real estate in the United Sates. In 2006 she makes another major decision to permanently move to Hawaii, the destination of her dreams. Setting her mind on cultivating her own business in real estate, she became licensed in Hawaii and joined Century 21 in 2008. It did not take long for Atsuko to climb up the ladder of success – within two years of starting the business she earns the Centurion award, awarded to the outstanding top 3% of sales agents with Century 21. She also ranked as one of the top 100 realtors in Oahu for 2011, 2012, and 2013.
In 2013 Atsuko joins Keller Williams Honolulu as their first Japanese agent.
Clients are always impressed with her prompt and reliable service. Atsuko puts her clients’ needs first, and works to build lasting relationships on a daily basis. Atsuko is fluent in Japanese and has a very popular Japanese blog with many Japanese viewers. Atsuko enjoys playing tennis and traveling the world.
Atsuko’s Goals and Motivations as a Real Estate Agent:
“I believe it is important, especially in our day-and-age, to keep up with the speed of information provided by technological advances (e.g. Internet). It is my goal to constantly provide clients with up-to-date information, and to assist them with utmost consideration, responsibility, and passion. I also try to reconcile the differences in Western and Eastern customs (since Hawaii is an eclectic destination) by paying careful attention to those areas, and making sure that my services meet clients’ expectations accordingly. It is my pleasure to introduce you with the finest selection of real estate properties here on the islands of Hawaii.”
Please check out Atsuko's website at http://www.atsukohawaii.com/ for more details. There is a link to the english version on the top right hand corner.