"Arai is a family-owned company. Even though most of our names are not Arai, we are part of the family because we are as passionate about our work as the Arai family. It is as if our own name is on your helmet."
"We build your helmet by hand. We each have a specific job, yet all of us know every step that goes into building it, and how our individual jobs fit into the final result that you wear. We know how each part fits together because each of us is taught to know, to feel, and to experience the jobs our co-workers do, and what their involvement is in building your helmet. That is how we learn there are no minor parts to an Arai helmet, and there are no minor jobs here.
We build each Arai helmet as if we're creating it for one of our own family, a brother, a father, a husband, a sister."
"Most of us have been here many years because we are proud to be part of Arai and what it stands for. We see a rider wearing our helmet and we hope they know we made theirs to the best of our ability, to protect them, and to make them feel comfortable no matter how far or how long they ride.
We wish we could be there when you put on the helmet we made for you, so we can see the smile on your face as you slip it on and feel that there really is an Arai difference."
"It can take up to five years for one of us to earn the right to create an Arai shell. Each shell can take up to 27 steps. Each step must be our best, whether it is being made for a Formula-1 or NASCAR® driver, a commuter rider, a MotoGP racer, or a weekend woods rider. We come to our work each day feeling that what separates us from other helmet makers is the care and pride we bring to what we do. That is what makes every one of us Arai."
"It is not easy to build an Arai helmet. After 50 years, there are still no shortcuts. That is something Mr. Arai makes us think about. Our helmets do not have different prices for different qualities. We build one kind of helmet - our best. We give it one kind of effort - our best. And when you wear it, you will know that what we send you is our best."
"And I am proud to build the helmet you will wear.
It is my hope you will feel as proud to wear it."