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Company Name Toshimaya Corporation
Address 1-5-1 Sarugaku-cho Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0064 JAPAN » Map
Telephone +81-3-3293-9111
FAX +81-3-3293-9117
Foundation 1596 (Keicho 1)
Incorporation Feb. 1, 1936 (Showa 11)
Capital 25 million yen
Board members
  • Chairman : Takayuki Yoshimura, Ph.D
  • President : Toshiyuki Yoshimura, Ph.D
  • Director : Tadayuki Tanaka
  • Director : Youko Kimura
  • Director : Mitsuo Hirano
  • Auditor : Taketoshi Suzuki
Business domains
  1. Sake brewery, wholesale and internet-sale of sake, shirozake (white sake), mirin (sweet cooking sake), alcoholic beverage, shoyu (soy sauce), and other food for business use.
  2. Real estate.
Major Suppliers Toshimaya Shuzou Sake Brewery Co. Ltd., Chiba Shoyu Co. Ltd., Kokubu & Co. Ltd., Nihon Shurui-hanbai Co. Ltd., Mitsubishi Shokuhin Co. Ltd., Mitsui Foods Co. Ltd. and others.
Major Customers
  1. Soba / Udon restaurants in Tokyo, Saitama, Chiba, and Kanagawa area.
  2. Metropolitan hospitals, rice snack manufacturers, sushi restaurants, unagi (eel) restaurants, taverns etc.
  3. Isetan-Mitsukoshi, Tokyu, Hankyu-Hanshin and other department stores.
  4. Japan Airport Terminal Co., Ltd. (Haneda Airport)
  5. Kinokuniya, Seijo-Ishii, and other high-graded supermarkets.
  6. Personal customers through internet.
Major Banking Partners
  • Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (Kanda branch)
  • The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ Ltd. (Jinbo-cho branch)
  • Japan Finance Corporation (Tokyo branch)
Related companies
  • Toshimaya Shuzo Sake Brewery Co. Ltd.
  • Toshimaya Building Co. Ltd.
Affiliated unions
  • Toto Norenkai (association of 54 longstanding stores for over three generations and 100 years in Tokyo)
  • Tohshu-hatsuka-kai (union of 20 influential retailing companies of sake in Tokyo)
  • Tokyo Shoyu Wholesalers Union (union of influential retailing companies of soy sauce in Tokyo) etc.
Mission Toshimaya provides value to customers through high-quality alcohol and food, and contributes to the development of food culture.
Code of conduct (Company principle) “Hueki-Ryuko” (Continuity with Change)
We preserve what should be preserved, while changing what needs to be changed.