||Furuta Confectionery Co., Ltd.
||80 million yen
||August 1, 1952
||Chocolates, cookies, pies, jellies, ramune candies, gums, candies
||6-7-22 Hayashiji, Ikuno-ku, Osaka 544-0023 (See the map)
||Head office: 6-7-22 Hayashiji, Ikuno-ku, Osaka 544-0023 (See the map)
Mihara factory: 663 Kuroyama, Mihara-ku, Sakai, Osaka 587-0002 (See the map)
||Osaka branch, Tokyo branch, Kitakanto branch, Nagoya branch, Kanazawa office, Fukuoka branch, Kagoshima office, Sapporo branch, Sendai branch, Morioka office, Koriyama office, Aomori office, Hiroshima branch, Okayama office, Takamatsu branch
||Director and Mihara Factory Manager
||Director and Manager, General Affairs
||Director and Manager, Industrial Product Dept.
||Director and Manager, Marketing Dept.
||Director and Tokyo/Kitakanto District Manager
|Number of employees:
||Furuta Foods Co., Ltd., Furuta Industry Co., Ltd., Relier Corporation
||Teradacho Branch, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation
Abenobashi-Nishi Branch, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ
|Head office and head office factory
(1) 8 minutes on foot from Tobushijomae Station, JR Yamatoji Line
(2) 5 minutes on foot from the Kudara bus stop of Osaka Municipal Bus (Nos. 1, 9 and 13)
1 minute on foot from the Shimokuroyamanishi bus stop of Kintetsu Bus No. 46 for Mihara Satsukino from the Kawachimatsubara Station of Kintetsu Minami-Osaka Line
- August 1, 1952
- Three Furuta brothers founded a cookie company in Ikuno-cho, Ikuno-ku, Osaka.
- July 1956
- Built a new chocolate and cookie factory.
- January 10, 1961
- Founded Nisshin Seika Co., Ltd. with 9 million yen in capital. Otohiko Furuta was appointed president.
- August 1961
- Opened the Tokyo Branch.
- August 1962
- Opened the Nagoya Branch.
- August 1, 1963
- Changed the company name to Furuta Confectionery Co., Ltd.
- August 1963
- Opened the Fukuoka Branch.
- May 1965
- Opened the Sapporo Branch.
- October 1965
- Opened the Hiroshima Branch.
- April 1966
- Opened the Sendai Branch.
- January 1967
- Opened the Takamatsu Branch.
- pened offices in Niigata, Kagoshima, Kyoto, Yokohama, Kanazawa, Shizuoka, Aomori, Morioka, Asahikawa, Utsunomiya, Koriyama, Kumamoto, Matsuyama, Okayama and Nagasaki.
- January 1973
- Increased capital to 80 million yen.
- November 1975
- Built the Mihara Factory.
- May 1977
- Sequoia Chocolate received the Japan Confectionary Expo Honorary Director-General's Award.
- December 1982
- Built a new facility for commercial use chocolate.
- March 1984
- High Eight Chocolate received the Japan Confectionary Expo Prime Minister's Award.
- September 1986
- Sequoia Chocolate and Mon Lip Cookie received the Monde Selection Gold Quality Award.
- Peanut Chocolate and Hitokuchi Chocolate received the Monde Selection Gold Quality Award.
- September 1989
- Doremi Song Chocolate and Airon Chocolate received the Monde Selection Gold Quality Award.
- September 1992
- Fresh Cream Pie and Efbon Chocolate received the Monde Selection Gold Quality Award.
- August 1999
- Completed the sixth expansion of the Mihara Factory. Expanded the facility for Fresh Cream Chocolate.
- February 2001
- Choco Egg received the Excellent Product Award (confectionery and pastry category) of Japan Food Journal Co., Ltd.
- August 2001
- Opened the Kitakanto Office.
- October 2001
- Kamehiko Furuta was appointed president.
- February 2002
- Choco Egg received the Nikkei MJ Award of Nikkei Excellent Product and Service Award.
- November 2002
- Choco Egg received the 24th Japan Confectionary Expo Honorary Director-General's Award (design section).
- April 2003
- Tsuruhiko Furuta was appointed president.
- September 2004
- Built a new facility for air bubble chocolate at the Mihara Factory.
- May 2007
- Built a distribution center in Mihara-ku, Sakai, Osaka.
- June 2007
- Expanded the facility for Sequoia and air bubble chocolate at the Mihara Factory.
- June 2007
- Opened the Kitakanto Branch.
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