Global payment methods : Grow your business in the largest e-commerce markets. Accept local and international payments your customers prefer.
Straightforward fees : We don’t charge sign up or monthly fees - you only pay transaction fees when you actually make sales.
Fast approval : Connect your store to KOMOJU in 3 simple steps. Receive feedback on your application in 3 business days and be up and running quickly!
Grow your business with KOMOJU's payment solutions
Whether you are just starting your own ecommerce store or expanding your business, KOMOJU provides all the popular local payment methods for customers across Asia and Europe to fast-track your success.
Established in Japan - and available globally - KOMOJU is an abbreviation of the Japanese phrase “purchasing module.” It’s built to make purchasing online easy wherever your customers are.
With KOMOJU you can offer the most popular payment methods across Japan, China, South Korea, Europe and more. Whether it's cash payments at convenience stores in Japan, digital wallet payments in China or other innovative solutions across Asia and Europe we’ve got you covered.
Starting or growing your business has never been so easy with KOMOJU.
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No, KOMOJU is a service by DEGICA Co., Ltd. a licensed and PCI-DSS certified company.We often receive questions regarding this company and its relationship with KOMOJU. DEGICA Co., Ltd is in no way affiliated with Digica Japan. Digica Japan has received a business improvement order from the regulator and is currently not in good standing.
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Matej Kontros is an E-Commerce expert and app developer with over a decade of professional experience in IT.
Matej has worked for organisations of all types and sizes, including global players, startups, and agencies. He designed, developed, and maintained complex projects.
Matej's expertise includes e-commerce, software engineering, web development, systems administration, internet security, managing projects, and building teams.