Because Kamome is a truly trustworthy company

Because Kamome offers comprehensive services and highly competitive prices.

Because Kamome knows the needs and preferences of the customers all around the globe, when it comes to automobile.

Because Kamome sources its cars from various auctions houses throughout Japan, therefore Kamome can find any kind of car you are looking for.

Because Kamome has been conducting business under “Customer first” policy that distinguishes Kamome from its competitors.

You select a car you are looking for from our stock.

You place your order to Kamome by e-mail.

Kamome confirms your order by e-mail.

Kamome sends you “Performa Invoice” by e-mail or fax.

You sign “Performa Invoice” and send it back to Kamome by e-mail or fax.

Kamome sends you remittance instruction with bank account information.

You send money to Kamome by T/T. (Telegraphic Transfer)

Kamome confirms your remittance by T/T and arranges shipment of the car to the port you designate.

You receive your car at your port and clear the customs formalities.

Go back to our “Home Page” and click on “Stocks”
Yes, for special orders you can send an email to
Grade 6 : As good as new

Grade 5 : Excellent to almost new condition

Grade 4 : Very good condition

Grade 3 : Average & good condition

Grade 2 : Poor condition and minor repair work is required

Grade 1 : Damaged and repair work is required

Grade 0 : Immovable, parts only

No, all used cars are traded on “As Is” basis.

Therefore, grade point is vitally important for you to know the quality of the car you are buying.

Yes, but almost all LHD cars are European or American cars, not Japanese cars.
Generally speaking restrictions are imposed on age of the car, emission level, steering wheel (right/left), etc. Kamome will check it for you.
Not like new cars, used cars are always traded on the “As Is” basis. Kamome provides no guaranty.
Kamome needs to know your physical address to prepare all the necessary documents for shipment.
There is a option to reserve a car, so you can reserve it and make payment within three days, or else you can send an email to
Yes, of course! For detailed information, send an email to
You send the fund to Kamome bank account by T/T. (telegraphic transfer)
Freight charge, (and insurance premium if you want insurance)
Nothing, CIF includes cost of the car, freight and insurance.
Payment is to be made in full in advance or 50% it depends. (prior to shipment)
Transaction is based on USD (US Dollars), JPY (Japanese Yen) only.
Kamome is happy to provide you with references (corporate & individuals) in your country.

You can contact them directly to know about Kamome.

Bill of Lading (B/L); the document that certifies that the goods (car) is loaded and shipped.

Commercial Invoice; shows the price (value) of goods (car) for customs.

Export Certificate (De-registration Certificate); shows specification of the car such as chassis and engine number, production year, weight, dimension, etc.

It is determined by the size of the car. [ Length x Width x Height = Cubic volume]

The larger the car you buy, the more freight charge you pay.

On a container ship (a car is loaded inside a container) or on a RoRo ship (Roll on, Roll off ship, exclusively designed for cars)

* Container or RoRo will be determined mainly by availability of spaces and time schedule.

From the motor pool onto the ship, Kamome and its affiliates will take care of everything including necessary documentations.
Kamome always try to ship on the first available ship. However, it depends on the availability of space, frequency of service, etc.

The distance to the final destination port is another factor.

So, very roughly speaking you’d better expect one to two months after remittance of the payment.

Buyer is responsible for clearing customs and import duties, etc. if applicable at the port of final destination.
FOB stands for Free on Board. FOB covers the cost of your car only. FOB doesn’t cover freight and insurance.
CIF stands for cost (of your car), insurance and freight. CIF covers cost, freight and insurance.
C&F stands for cost and freight. C&F doesn’t cover insurance.
Consignee is the person (or a party) who is entitled to receive the goods (car)
Shipper is a person (or a party) who ships out the goods (car) to the consignee.
Notify party is a person (or a party) who receive the goods (car) on behalf of consignee.
Ro-Ro stands for roll on and roll off. This term is used for a ship solely designed to carry cars.

Availability of Ro-Ro shipment is limited to major ports only.

In case of container shipment, cars are loaded inside the containers first, and then the containers will be loaded on the container ship.

Container shipment covers almost all international sea ports in the world.

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