Based on the desire to
“have deep relationships with users and customers to make them happier than anyone else in the world” and
“take our services to a deep level where they become part of the social infrastructure,”
the company was named after a deep-sea fish found surviving at the deepest point of the world’s oceans
(Abyssobrotula galatheae, or yomino asiro in Japanese).
This intent has never changed
since the company was founded.
ASIRO will contribute to a better society by making the people involved with the company happier than anyone else.
We will make the customers in front of us happy.
Those customers will make someone else happy.
These efforts will accumulate to take society in a better direction.