Requestland is a new technology for a new world aiming that all get more pay by buying easier and cheaper, resolve inequality, and encourage local economy. It is also a free marketing tool that shows you where new customers are on the Land map.

Banban Board

Shared boards where you can automatically add products from various online shops as cards, rearrange them, compare, and select the best.


One's want, like "I want a...". Or someone's problem to be solved.


Thanks, impression, your story, and recommendation for others on things you bought somewhere.

The Land map

The map of the land with many requests. Place your requests apart from your home and work place for safety.

Purchaser, Requester

A person or an organization who wrote the request.

Seller, Responder

A person or an organization who respond to the request to sell, give, or help.


Message or video session between a requester and a responder.


A container of related requests and sessions. For example, "Project for buying a used car" and "Project for selling pianos".


User registration creates an individual user account and you'll have a Land ID such like "your-name//land".

After login you can create organizations. When you have an organizational user account, you have a Land ID such like "your-name//your-domain-name". You can also join an organization and become one of its member users.


A company, a family, or anything else that has organization users.

Land ID, land-domain name

A land ID represents an individual and A land-domain name represents an organization. They are used for login and messaging. They seem like an email address and an Internet domain name, but there is no direct relationship. "sam-hirai//toyotan" is an example of the Land ID and "//toyotan" is an example of the Land domain name. The Land domain name of individual users is "//land".

Request shift!

In order to eliminate disparities and global warming yourself, when placing requests on the land map, each user places requests toward the periphery of the city. A large number of requests in the city shift to the surrounding area, which shifts work opportunities. Overcrowding (slumification) of cities will gradually be eased, and employment in the provincial area will increase. (hypothesis)