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Neko Chan Trading Company
Neko Chan Trading Company
To order by Phone
To place your order by phone, call toll-free 888-NEKOCHAN (888-635-6242). Please have a list of your items and credit card information ready. The operator will be happy to assist you if you need help with item selection.
For questions, or if we can help you with anything, call Customer Service at 888-425-2490. You may also place orders with Customer Service.
Orders may also be fax'd to 734-961-9648.
To order by Mail
You may also order by mail. Simply list the items you'd like to order with their codes and prices, check the shipping and handling corresponding to your total, and include a check, money order or bank card information. Don't forget to include your shipping information and daytime phone number. Please do not send cash. If an item is out of stock, we will contact you. Please contact Customer Service, 888-425-2490, if you need assistance.
Send your order along with your payment to:
NEKO-CHAN TRADING COMPANY
1717 Gregory St
Ypsilanti, MI 48197, USA
At Neko-Chan Incense, we treat every customer like family. We search the planet to find and bring you tools and gifts that enrich the spirit - at extremely competitive prices! We offer Tibetan Incense, Japanese Incense, Native American Incense, Indian Incense, Buddhist Meditation Beads, Incense Burners, Sandalwood Meditation Beads, Bodhi Seed Meditation Beads, Japanese Stoneware and much more. It is our goal to always make that extra effort to ensure that you, our customers - the most important people in our business, are happy. A package from Neko-Chan should bring a smile to your face.
In support of our Tibetan friends and teachers, and with love and respect for the Chinese people, Neko-Chan will not knowingly sell any goods made in the People's Republic of China. We instituted this policy in 1996, when we started our business, to protest the Chinese invasion and occupation of Tibet, and to avoid complicity in the violation of human rights. (There is rarely any coverage of the Tibetan situation in the U.S. mainstream media. We won't speculate on the reasons behind this, but current news may be followed at www.savetibet.org.)
We do our best to research our suppliers, and will not knowingly deal in any items which are produced by "sweatshops", prison labor, slave labor, child labor, or any such unethical practices. We recognize that these practices occur in many countries, including the United States. Thus, regardless of the country of origin, we will endeavor to avoid suppliers who practice any such exploitation.