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We have signed a sponsorship contract with Kenshiro Terachi, the unified world boxing light flyweight champion in two organizations.

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We have signed a sponsorship contract with Kenshiro Terachi, the unified world boxing light flyweight champion in two organizations. From Kyoto to the world. Gem Kelly Group HD supports Kenshiro Terachi, a like-minded player who is challenging the world.
Gem Kelly Group Holdings Co., Ltd. (Representative Director: Takeshi Nakano, Location: Kyoto, hereinafter referred to as the Company) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a sponsorship agreement with professional boxer Kenshiro Terachi (belongs to BMB Boxing Gym).
[Image 1:×1488.jpg] He will be wearing our cameo necklace at the 12th round of the WBA and WBC world light flyweight title matches to be held at Ariake Arena in Tokyo on Monday, September 18, 2023. During the match, players will wear our patch on their trunks to defend their title.
Opportunity to become a sponsor
As one of the largest jewelers in Japan that handles rare stones, our company has set the goal of “challenging the world from Kyoto” and has been working hard every day to improve the jewelry market and customer satisfaction.
On the other hand, the success of Mr. Terachi, who has been training since Kyoto and achieved unification of the championships of the WBA and WBC world professional boxing organizations, has something in common with our goal, so we decided to support him as a sponsor. I did.
Kenshiro Teraji
[Image 2:×1394.jpg] Born in Joyo City, Kyoto Prefecture. Born on January 6, 1992. During his time at Nara Suzaku High School, he won second place in the Nara Inter High (Mosquito class).
Proceeded to Kansai University and won the Tokyo National Athletic Meet (light flyweight) in 2013.
Graduated from Kansai University in March 2014 after finishing runner-up in the 2013 All Japan Championship (light flyweight). Amateur record: 74 fights, 58 wins (20 KOs), 16 losses.
In August 2014, he made his professional debut against Heri Amol, ranked 11th in the Oriental Pacific minimum weight class.
In the 6th fight in December 2015, he became the Japanese light flyweight champion, and in the 8th fight in August 2016, he became the double champion in the Oriental Pacific Light Flyweight Championship. After defending the Oriental Pacific light flyweight title, he challenged and captured the WBC world light flyweight title held by Ganigan Lopez (Mexico) at the Ariake Coliseum on May 20, 2017, becoming the world champion.
This is the third case of a father-son Japanese champion (his father is the Japanese middleweight champion and Oriental Pacific light heavyweight champion), and the first father-son Japanese champion of the Oriental Pacific.
Furthermore, they achieved the feat of becoming world champions and becoming the first parent-child champions in Japan’s history. Professional record: 22 fights, 21 wins (13 KOs), 1 loss (as of September 7, 2023)
◯Main career
WBC Youth Light Flyweight Championship
39th Japanese Light Flyweight Championship
35th OPBF Oriental Pacific Light Flyweight Championship
WBC World Light Flyweight Championship
WBA World Light Flyweight Championship
Cameo necklace (by Michael Poister)
[Image 3:×630.jpg] Among cameos, the “Stone Cameo” necklace requires special skill. Stone cameos, which in ancient times were only allowed to be owned by emperors and royalty, are still loved by many today as a symbol of history and power.
The motifs engraved on the cameo have the following meanings: “Eagle’s wings = the top of the world,” “Torn cloak = Bravery without fear of being hurt,” and “Laurel = Victory and glory.” On the back side, there is a quote from Napoleon, “ The words “There is nothing I cannot do” are engraved on it.
Author: Michael Poyster
In recent years, he has been commissioned to create a portrait of the King of Thailand, and is a cameo craftsman with a high level of skill and taste. His work has been commissioned by royal families around the world, and he is a recognized artist, with Keith Richard, Johnny Depp, and others commissioning works from him.
About custom orders
The cameo necklace that Kenshiro Terachi wears when entering the ring is a custom-ordered necklace set with rare natural sapphires. The regular silver model is on sale at the following mail order site operated by our company.
If you would like to make a custom order, only authorized retailers will be able to handle it.
[Image 4:×630.jpg] ■Cameo necklace worn during ring-in -custom order-
Main stone: Natural sapphire (royal blue / 0.38ct)
Material: K10 black plating finish
Price: 1,000,000 yen (tax included)
Delivery date: Since this item is made to order, it will take approximately 2 months for delivery.
■Cameo necklace -Online regular sale-
Main stone: synthetic sapphire
Material: 925 silver rhodium finish, 925 silver black plating finish Price: 52,800 yen (tax included)
Delivery date: Since this item is made to order, it will take approximately 2 months for delivery.
■Online product sales page – – GEMCEREY official mail order site —
GEMCEREY brand site (mail order):
– – GEMCEREY official SNS —
■Authorized store
・Omotesando store
Address: 2F OW Building, 4-21-8 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Phone number: 03-5411-6886
・Nagoya store
Address: Ciel Blue Sakae 1F, 4-3-7 Sakae, Naka-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture Phone number: 052-238-4519
・Kyoto store
Address: 1F, 294-5 Kamisuwacho, Suwacho-dori Gojo, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto City Phone number: 075-361-8882
・Fukuoka store
Address: 1F Tenjin Front Square, 2-1-10 Maizuru, Chuo-ku, Fukuoka Phone number: 092-718-8850
・DICHA Aeon Mall Kashihara store
Address: Aeon Mall Kashihara 3F, 7-20-1 Magigawa-cho, Kashihara-shi, Nara 634-0837
Phone number: 0744-21-8190
■Company overview
Title: Gem Kelly Group Holdings Co., Ltd.
Head office location: 294-5 Kamisuwacho, Suwacho-dori Gojo,
Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto City
Representative Director and President: Takeshi Nakano
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