Always get your drivers and specific software from the manufacturer of your Laptop, Notebook or Desktop. Notebooks require specific drivers from the laptop maker.... generic drivers will fail installation. Or they can use special "hacked for laptops" drivers.
If you were to log on to the manufacturer's web site, usually one is able to download if available, by model number, all available driver downloads as required.
If the driver is not available, perhaps your manufacturer does not support the OS you are installing.
This is the best way of ensuring up to date drivers for your system and they are usually free of charge!
I hope your Japanese language skills are good....
Also, you should be able to get the driver installed by using the System Recovery. For details on how to do that, please read the user manual:
"Instruction Manual" details are on page 147.
As a last resort, open Device Manager and double-click on the device, then click the Details tab, copy the first line of text into notepad then paste it back here. That's the "hardware id" string that resembles this:
These sites specialize in "hacked for laptops" drivers: