Saturday, June 25, 2022


The authorized website for President and CEO Romrik Flores.


Romrik graduated at the top 2 percentile of the 1601 graduating students of the International School Department at the Lyceum of the Philippines University - Cavite.

Hobbies & Interests

In his spare time, Romrik loves to read non-fiction books more than fiction. His interests are business, economics, and politics. Aside from reading, he can also play musical instruments.


Romrik founded a multi-national non-profit organization with over 100 volunteers across the globe. He had also directed musical plays at the university auditorium, was a member of the Supreme Student Government, and a consultant for a local Family History Library.


There are 9 stakes and districts located within the Japan Kobe Mission. An English-language branch is also located in Kobe. The large area covered by the Kobe Mission is serviced by both the Fukuoka and Tokyo temples.

A brief introduction about Romrik Flores.

Who is Romrik?

Romrik aspired to be a businessman since he was four. In middle school, he consecutively won the same position for the supreme student government, trained as an officer in rover scout, and served for 6 years as quorum president. When he was 14, he organized a non-profit media organization, which he later became the President & CEO, ranking one of the top in the industry. The organization regularly host online concerts and interviews as well as publishing news articles on social media. In his 16th year, he began to study stocks, forex, and cryptocurrencies and later started to trade, speculate, and invest in it.


After graduating high school in the top 2 percentile of the 1601 graduating students at the Lyceum of the Philippines University - International School Department and have also received multiple scholarship offers abroad, he decided to serve a full-time mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - rejecting the offers from different universities in the United States, United Kingdom, and Singapore. While in the mission field, his service includes proselytizing, humanitarian aid, community service, and English teaching seminars. He will report to the Provo Missionary Training Center (MTC) on September 11, 2019, and is anticipated to serve for two years.


What is this website for?

This website will publish regular updates about Elder Romrik Flores while serving his mission in Japan.

About Japan Kobe Mission

Mission information by Deseret Book.


Like in other areas of Japan, missionaries serving in the Japan Kobe Mission can expect to eat plenty of rice, miso soup, and seafood dishes. Tofu and seaweed are also common components in meals. Kobe is famous for its Kobe beef, which is known worldwide for its high quality texture and flavor. Popular dishes incorporating Kobe beef include shabu shabu (thinly sliced beef and vegetables cooked in boiling water then eaten with dipping sauce) and steak.


Missionaries serving in the Japan Kobe Mission can expect to spend a lot of time traveling by bicycle! Trains are the most common form of public transportation in Japan, and the Greater Osaka area has several types of trains that are used for travel, including trams, electric trains, and the famous bullet train. Taxi and bus systems are also present to complement the rail line.


Japan has low crime rates, however, the area is prone to frequent earthquakes. When an earthquake occurs, you should get under a table or other sturdy piece of furniture and hang on until the shaking stops. If shelter is not available, it is best to crouch down on the ground and do your best to protect your head and neck.