JAPAN, Japan — If you’re looking to get into the diamond market in Japan, it’s a good idea to get your feet wet, because it’s an incredibly competitive market.
It’s not like there are many options for a buyer to look at.
In fact, you have to be willing to spend a significant amount of money to even consider the possibility of owning a diamond in a Japanese market.
There are plenty of people who are willing to pay more than a few hundred thousand yen ($15,600) for a diamond.
But there are also plenty of diamond buyers who would love to get their hands on a piece of the most coveted piece of jewelry in the world.
If you are like me, you would have been shocked by the price tag for a piece called the “Ache, Kaku” diamond, which is one of the highest-rated diamonds on the planet.
The diamond is also very desirable for its color and has been known to fetch up to $20,000 per ounce.
That price tag comes in at around $4,000 a pop.
But it is still a lot of money for the diamonds, especially when you consider the price of diamonds are worth around $1,500.
So, how do you get into this diamond market?
The easiest way is to buy the diamond in person.
The most expensive diamond, however, is the “Kaku” (literally meaning diamond in the stone), and it is not as affordable.
Diamonds are typically sold at a markup, sometimes as much as 40 percent over what they would be if they were sold for a more reasonable price.
To make matters worse, the markup can be so large that some diamonds may be sold for much less than their true value.
But the best way to find out if you can afford the diamond, according to the Japanese diamond industry, is to go out and buy one yourself.
The most common way to buy cheap diamonds in JapanThe most expensive diamonds sold in Japan are typically of the Kaku variety.
They are made of diamonds that are dyed white and then cut into pieces that have a high polish and have a special “crest” that can only be found in the Kuki variety.
The “crown” of the diamond is often made of either black or white, and is usually cut from a piece with a diamond sharpened at a cutting edge.
The diamonds are then cut in one piece, and then polished and polished again.
The polished and the polished again, the diamonds are cut into diamonds that can then be sold as an assortment of diamonds.
Japanese consumers are known to be extremely selective when it comes to their diamond purchases, and this is a prime example of that.
As of this writing, it is difficult to find any reputable diamond dealer in Japan who sells the Kukan variety.
But even if you were to look, there are plenty to choose from.
If it was not for the fact that it is so hard to find a Japanese diamond dealer, you could easily spend several thousand dollars for a cheap piece of diamond.
But the most expensive, high-priced diamonds in the country are actually the “Nihon Kaku,” or Kaku, variety.
According to the diamond industry organization, JAPANA, the Kuku is the most sought-after of all the diamonds.
It is a diamond with a very high polish, and can sell for anywhere from $8,000 to $15,000.
So what makes a diamond worth that much?
It has to have a sharp diamond cut into it, and a very hard stone that can take a beating.
If a diamond is not sharp enough, it may not be cut into a sharp piece at all.
Another important factor is the quality of the diamonds cut, and if the diamonds have not been polished at the right angle, it can cause them to rip off.
One of the easiest ways to spot a diamond that is a bit dull is if it has a tiny chip that appears to be missing, and it will also have a different color on the outside of the cut.
This is called “pink diamond.”
Diamond jewelry is very affordableThe most popular type of diamond jewelry in Japan is the Akaku.
It has a high, polished finish, which makes it very desirable and highly sought after.
The Akaku is the largest diamond in all of Japan, and many people would say that the most valuable diamond in any country.
It can fetch as much or more than $10,000 in Japan.
The Akaku has a large, rounded gemstone called a crescent.
It was first produced in the late 18th century.
It’s a bit of a rarity, but when it does sell, it has usually been worth upwards of $100,000.(Getty Images)The Akukas color is usually dark green.
It often has a more prominent white band on the inside of the gemstone, and the