Jacqui Miyabayashi

You want a successful small business in Japan.

Get help with your marketing.

I'm the woman behind so many of your favourite business success stories.


Mums. Women. Expats. You.

Women come to me frustrated and confused about the steps needed to grow their fledgling business into a successful business.

I'm the go-to-gal for women in Japan who need help with marketing


⚘ What is a successful business?

Every woman has a different definition of success but for most it revolves around having enough money for some of the fun things in life, not having to work too hard, not having to sacrifice family time. 


⚘ Here's how I help:

  • Getting started with a marketing plan.
  • What are the steps?
  • How should you manage your (limited) time?

Use your talents. Grow. Live your dreams.


Read reviews from my clients.

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"Nothing is too difficult or impossible."

— Amanda O'Brien, Jima-Design

Success Stories.


For me, the measure of success is that the women I have helped are still in business, a year on, five years on, more. Sticking with it takes resilience and determination. And a plan.

Click below to read some of the stories of the women I have worked with.


A Decade of Experience.


Many mums feel the urge to do something more with their brains and put their years of study to use. Some women are challenged by their work but wish their efforts could go into building something for themselves, their own business empire. There are so many reasons why you might have decided to build your own business.

I was able to tap into my hidden talents to build a very popular and profitable business, from nothing but an idea. In addition to helping women tackle their marketing, for the past decade I have owned and operated children's bag label 'Mee a Bee, handmade in Japan'.

Ten years is a lifetime. It spans the entire life of my youngest son, who is just eleven years old. You're worried about balancing it all, making it happen when you have kids, family responsibilities and other work commitments. When you work with me, I bare all, the good, the bad and the ugly. Of course it's not always easy but I live by the mantra "Where there's a will, there's a way".

Let's work it out together. 

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Jacqui Miyabayashi, New Zealander, mum of two, your marketing go-to-gal in Japan

Jacqui Miyabayashi, New Zealander, mum of two, your marketing go-to-gal in Japan