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“Unoh”, in Japanese, translates to the right hemisphere of the brain.
It is commonly known that the right brain
is responsible for our creative thinking and artistic pursuits.

Unoh’s mission is to make full use of this right brain in order to provide fun and
entertaining products and services on the Internet.


bout Us

Company Name Unoh Inc.
Established August 1st, 2001
Capital 170,000,000 yen
(About 1,700,000 dollars)
Number of Employees 14
Headquarters Shibuya-ku, Tokyo JAPAN
CEO Shintaro Yamada(Japanese)
Executive Vice President Atsushi Ishikawa(Japanese)
Director Takashi Yoshida
Contact Us
Address Shibuya TK Bldg 8F 3-13-11
Shibuya Shibuya-ku
Tokyo JAPAN 150-0002
Tel. +81-3-5766-3911
FAX +81-3-5766-3912

Unoh Inc. firmly believes that the greatest element of the Internet is the ability to create and establish new businesses with very minimal resources. This fact contributes to our vision that everyone in the world can be reached and inspired for the better. In order to fulfill this vision, Unoh Inc. stands by the following principles:

Unoh Inc. vows to create business with a new spark. We provide businesses and services that standout from others and do not imitate or copy existing services. Any and every business created by Unoh Inc. will be conjured only by our imagination.
Every business opportunity that Unoh Inc. encouters must be challenging and will be met and overcome by Unoh Inc.’s unique method of problem solving.
Unoh Inc. will take part in exciting and original business projects that encourage new discoveries, ultimately leading to a new value system in the world.

Above all we firmly stand by the concept that: Every business must be Fun.


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Unoh Labs

PhotoZou(J)     PhotoZou(J) Make your favorite moment last with PhotoZou! Create a picture album online and show off pictures in your own gallery. Capture a picture-perfect moment on PhotoZou by uploading photos and sharing pictures with others. Browse through pics, write comments, and make even more fun memories with your friends and family by joining PhotoZou today. (February, 2005)
Eiga Seikatu(J)     Eiga Seikatsu(J) Calling all movie fans, critics, and viewers! This community website is dedicated to movie-lovers and goers. Search for the latest information on all types of movies, from tearjerkers, chick flicks, to action films! (February, 1999)
Unoh Labs(J)     Keep up with what Unoh’s engineers are working on. From the small to the very large, all information can be found here. (April, 2006)


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Comprehensive Reference Guide to AML/CFT

Paul Allan Schott
The World Bank and International Monetary Fund developed a unique Reference Guide to  Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Combating the Financing of Terrorism (CFT) in an effort to provide practical steps for countries implementing an AML/CFT regime in accordance with international standards.  The Guide describes the global problem of money laundering and terrorist financing on the development agenda of individual countries and across regions.  It explains the basic elements required to build an effective AML/CFT legal and institutional framework and summarizes the role of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund in fighting money laundering and terrorist financing.

The primary objective of this joint Bank-Fund project is to ensure that the information contained in the Reference Guide is useful and easily accessible by developing countries that are working to establish and strengthen their policies against money laundering and the financing of terrorism.  Additionally, this Guide is intended to contribute to global understanding of the devastating consequences of money laundering and terrorist financing on development growth, and political stability and to expand the international dialogue on crafting practical solutions to implement effective AML/CFT regimes.

Below is a detailed Table of Contents which links directly to the Guide in English. The second edition in other languages is coming soon.

CHAPTER I Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing: Definitions and Explanations
CHAPTER II Money Laundering Impacts Development
CHAPTER III International Standard Setters
CHAPTER IV Regional Bodies and Relevant Groups
CHAPTER V Legal System Requirements
CHAPTER VI Preventive Measures
CHAPTER VII The Financial Intelligence Unit
CHAPTER VIII International Cooperation
CHAPTER IX Combating the Financing of Terrorism
CHAPTER X World Bank and International Monetary Fund Initiatives to Fight Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing
ANNEX I Websites for Key Organizations, Legal Instruments, and Initiatives
ANNEX II Other Useful Websites and Resources
ANNEX III United Nations Anti-Terrorist Conventions Referred to in the International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism
ANNEX IV The Financial Action Task Force Forty Recommendations on Money Laundering and Interpretative Notes
ANNEX V The Financial Action Task Force Special Recommendations on Terrorist Financing
ANNEX VI Interpretative Notes and Guidance Notes for the Special Recommendations on Terrorist Financing and the Self-Assessment Questionnaire
ANNEX VII Cross Reference of the Forty Recommendations to Reference Guide
ANNEX VIII Cross Reference of Special Recommendations to Reference Guide

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TheTrusteeship Council is made up of the five permanent members of the Security Council –China, France, Russian Federation, United Kingdom and United States.

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The Trusteeship Council suspended operation on 1 November 1994, with the independence of Palau, the last remaining United Nations trust territory, on 1 October 1994. By a resolution adopted on 25 May 1994, the Council amended its rules of procedure to drop the obligation to meet annually and agreed to meet as occasion required — by its decision or the decision of its President, or at the request of a majority of its members or the General Assembly or the Security Council.

In setting up an International Trusteeship System, the Charter established the Trusteeship Council as one of the main organs of the United Nations and assigned to it the task of supervising the administration of Trust Territories placed under the Trusteeship System. Major goals of the System were to promote the advancement of the inhabitants of Trust Territories and their progressive development towards self-government or independence. TheTrusteeship Council is made up of the five permanent members of the Security Council –China, France, Russian Federation, United Kingdom and United States.

The aims of the Trusteeship System have been fulfilled to such an extent that all Trust Territories have attained self-government or independence, either as separate States or by joining neighbouring independent countries.

Functions and powers
Under the Charter, the Trusteeship Council is authorized to examine and discuss reports from the Administering Authority on the political, economic, social and educational advancement of the peoples of Trust Territories and, in consultation with the Administering Authority, to examine petitions from and undertake periodic and other special missions to Trust Territories.

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Annex I
Websites for Key Organizations,
Legal Instruments, and Initiatives


Annex II
Other Useful Websites and Resources