Thank you very much for visiting the HAL Laboratory website (https://www.hallab.co.jp/~, hereinafter referred to as “our website”). Our website is managed and operated by HAL Laboratory (hereinafter referred to as “our company”).
We’ve collected together answers to some of your most common inquiries below. Please be sure to read them through before sending us an e-mail.
As a general rule, you are free to link to our website, but we ask that you keep in mind the following.
Sadly, use of images and other content from the HAL Laboratory website is not permitted. All copyright, trademark rights, rights of portrait, and other rights connected to the pictures, images, illustrations, text, and other content published on this website as well as the copyright for the website itself are held by the company, and all rights for works published under separate copyright are held by their respective owners. The works on this site are protected by international copyright law and various treaties as well as other laws and legislation. Use or citation (including duplication, transmission, distribution, modification, publication, removal, uploading, licensing, sales, etc.) of the information on this site in a way that goes beyond the scope as explicitly established in copyright law and various treaties, as well as other laws and legislation is forbidden without prior written permission from the company.
As a general rule, our company declines any proposals from customers of ideas, concepts, memoranda, images, and other materials related to new products, techniques, designs, marketing methods and materials, and other domains. Given both the possibility that there may be marked yet coincidental similarity between a customer's proposal and the unannounced ideas we've produced on our own, as well as the possibility of such a similarity leading to misunderstanding or even conflict with our customers, we ask for your understanding in this matter.
Even if by chance we do receive a proposal or offer from you as a customer, your transmission of that proposal is understood to be done in agreement with the following terms. Again, we ask for your understanding.
If you’d like to contact us, please include the details of your inquiry, your name, and your preferred e-mail contact in a message to one of the following information service e-mail addresses.