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History

  • Jul

    1954:

    Our current chairman, Ryoichi Takaki, begins wholesale of marine products

  • May

    1967:

    Ryoichi Takaki establishes a sea vegetable processing business in Uto City, Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan under the name Takaki Shoten.

  • May

    1967:

    Construction of factory, storage tank

  • Jun

    1968:

    Expansion with refrigerated storage, storage warehouse

  • Feb

    1973:

    Construction of storage warehouse for raw sea vegetable (capable of storing 250 tons of raw sea vegetable)

  • Apr

    1977:

    Takaki Shoten Y.K. founded

  • Mar

    1983:

    Construction of refrigerated storage on 1F, main office on 2F

  • Feb

    1984:

    Construction of purification facilities (capable of 200 tons/day)

  • May

    1984:

    Expansion with raw sea vegetable storage tank (capable of storing 600 tons of raw sea vegetable)

  • Feb

    1986:

    Construction of factory for processing fresh sea vegetable products

  • Feb

    1986:

    Expansion with raw sea vegetable storage tank (capable of storing 500 tons of raw sea vegetable)

  • Jun

    1988:

    Expansion of main factory, construction of factory for drying sea vegetable

  • Dec

    1989:

    Expansion with raw sea vegetable storage tank (capable of storing 500 tons of raw sea vegetable), making storage of a total of 3000 tons of raw sea vegetable possible

  • Apr

    1992:

    Expansion of purification facilities (capable of 400 tons/day)

  • May

    1993:

    Expansion with 150 square meter refrigerated storage

  • Sep

    1993:

    Established Kaneryo Kaiso Co., Ltd.

  • Jun

    1997:

    Completion of refrigerated and frozen storage warehouses

  • Feb

    1998:

    Completion of automated frozen storage warehouse

  • Jun

    1999:

    Start operation of expansion line for production of flavored mozuku sea vegetable

  • May

    2004:

    Start operation of new mekabu wakame production line

  • Mar

    2011:

    Opening of Sendai Factory

  • Aug

    2011:

    Opening of Tokyo Business Office

  • Sep

    2011:

    Opening of location in Osaka