Go R. Kobayashi
Attorney at Law
Go offers comprehensive and practical legal assistance to Japanese companies and individuals seeking to advance their businesses primarily in the State of Hawaii. His main practices include corporate law for company foundation and corporate governance, commercial law for general contracts, and immigration law for visas. He previously practiced with Goodsill Anderson Quinn & Stifel in Honolulu, Hawaii. Go was born in New York. He obtained B.A. in Archaeology from Aoyama Gakuin University in Tokyo, Japan, and J.D. from Tulane Law School in New Orleans, Louisiana. In 2013, Go founded Go Law Office LLLC in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Attorney at Law
Reina provides strategic consultation and guidance to Japanese corporations and individuals on matters involving U.S. immigration, entity formation, and legal compliance. Previously, Reina practiced at Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy LLP’s Japan Practice Group. Reina was born and raised in Tokyo and attended Nishimachi International School and The American School in Japan. She obtained a B.A. cum laude in Economics from New York University, and a J.D. from the Fordham University School of Law. She founded Reina Boaz Law PLLC in 2010.
In 2014, Allisha joined Go Law Office as a paralegal. She has assisted more than 100 clients in the areas of immigration, licensing, permits, and corporate governance. In 2016, she was promoted to Office Manager and currently manages administrative, operational and human affairs matters in addition to the day-to-day paralegal tasks. Allisha was born and raised in Kyoto, Japan, but she moved to Hawaii in 2013. Her father is from Hilo, Hawaii and has a number of relatives living there. She obtained B.A. in Law from Doshisha University and J.D. from Doshisha Law School in Kyoto, Japan. In addition to working with Go Law Office, Allisha attends the evening program at William S. Richardson, School of Law at University of Hawaii at Manoa. Her English and Japanese skills are native level.
In 2015, Kristin joined Go Law Office as a paralegal. She assists clients primarily in the areas of immigration, licensing, permits and corporate governance. She was born and raised in Kanagawa, Japan, but she moved to Hawaii in 2010. She obtained B.S. in Computer Science/Mathematics from Chaminade University in Honolulu. Aside from working with Go Law Office, she also works with the IT Department of Honolulu Police Department. Her English and Japanese skills are native level.
In 2016, Wakako joined Go Law Office as a paralegal. She assists clients primarily in the areas of immigration, licensing, permits and corporate governance. She was raised in Ibaraki, Japan, but she moved to Arizona to improve her English skills. She later moved to Hilo, Hawaii, and obtained B.A. in Political Science at the University of Hawaii at Hilo and graduated with honors. Prior to Go Law Office, Wakako worked with Subaru Telescope – National Astronomical Observatory of Japan for almost 10 years in Hilo, Hawaii. Her English and Japanese skills are native level.
- – Purchase and Sale of Hotels (e.g. Prince, Lotus Hotel)
- – Purchase and Sale of Office Buildings (e.g. Pacific Guardian Tower, Duty Free, Bank of Hawaii
Waikiki Center, 1357 Kapiolani, 2113 Kalakaua, Guam Premier Outlet, Tumon Sands Plaza)
- – Purchase and Sale of Tour Companies (e.g. Maui Duck Tours)
- – Purchase and Sale of Restaurant, Real Estate Company, Retail, Salon (e.g. Kona Kai Sushi, Tsuku Tsuku
Tei, Cute & Lotus, Salon Cherie, Lei Hawaii Realty)
- – Travel Agency, Salon, Liquor, PUC and other types of licenses and permits (e.g. Travel Inn, Jalan,
Exeo, Aqua Hawaii, Kamehameha Bakery)