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  • Amanoya

    Amanoya was founded in 1953 by Tatsuo Saito. The company specializes in the production of rice crackers.

  • Asahi

    Asahi Breweries, Ltd. is a Japanese brewery group founded in 1889 in Osaka. Asahi ranks seventh in the world in terms of volume sales with a 3% market share.

  • Chushin kobo

    "Chushin kobo" is a creation workshop offering the beauty of traditional cast iron transmitted to Japan due to Masuda's design adapted to today's lifestyle.

  • Gohannotomo

  • Hakubaku

    Founded in Japan 70 years ago, Hakubaku specialises in the production of barley, flours, noodles and mixed cereals. Its name "Hakubaku" in Japanese means "white barley", in reference to their barley without its brown part (which is less digestible). Discover their tasty, nutrient-rich Soba and Udon noodles to complement any meal.

  • HAKURA rice

  • Hanabi


    Hanamaruki is a manufacturer of miso, a traditional Japanese condiment. The company's beginnings date back to November 1918, when the first president, Kaneharu Hanaoka, started a miso manufacturing business in Ina City, Nagano Prefecture.

  • Hapi snacks


    Hikari miso was established in 1936 in Nagano. Their small family business has become the number one seller of natural and organic miso in Japan.


    All goods produced by IKEHIKO are based on Japanese seasonal flowers and traditional art. Discover a wide range of items made from igusa, a high quality straw mat woven from Juncus effusus ("scattered rush"), called tatami-omote.

  • Iki

    Inspired by Japanese tradition, iKi is a high fermentation beer made from green tea leaves and available in several flavours. This tasty beer, rich in antioxidants, combines the benefits of green tea with all the subtleties of western beer. At Nipponandco, discover our selection of iKi beers, to be enjoyed on any occasion!

  • Imuraya

    Imuraya started as a Japanese confectionery in Mie Prefecture by Wazo Imura on November 15, 1896. Providing new products without losing their universality has been their basic principle since their foundation.

  • Itsuki foods

    Since its founding in 1878, the company has been serving high-quality Japanese noodles and is also known as an innovator in noodle production technology in Japan.


    Founded in 1902 and based in the city of Morioka, Iwachu is the first and most famous producer of cast iron teapots and kitchenware in Japan.

  • J-Basket

  • JFC International

    JFC International is a leading wholesaler and distributor of Asian food products in the United States. In addition to its own products, JFC International also imports branded products from other international companies.

  • Kadoya

    Kadoya Sesame Mills founded in 1858 with more than 150 years history is the top brand of Japan manufacturing products with select sesame seeds. They focus on offering the highest quality products based on the traditional taste and fine flavor.

  • Kameya foods

    Kameya Foods was established in 1947 as a Japanese pickle company in Shizuoka.



    Kikusui Brewery was established in 1881 and is located in Niigata. Surrounded by oceans and mountains, Niigata is a land that prides itself on its natural beauty and delicious food.

  • Kimura Drink

    KIMURA DRINK COMPANY LIMITED is located in SHIMADA, SHIZUOKA. Their company has concentrated on the manufacture of bottled carbonated drink, fruit-juice drink, and healthy drink since foundation in 1947.

  • Kirin

    The Japan Brewery Company, the forerunner of Kirin Brewery, was established in 1885 and began marketing Kirin beer in 1888. The Kirin Brewery Company was established as a separate legal entity in February 1907

  • Kyoto Matsuyoshi

    Matsuyoshi Co Ltd was established in 1957. It began by producing and selling folding fans, as it does today. Their pursuit of precision and perfection is their fundamental belief in achieving true customer satisfaction.

  • Kyoto rakushian

    Kyoto Rakushioan offers a wide range of products, from textiles to home accessories, adapted to the lifestyle of Western countries, made from traditional garments such as ramie, which express the 4 seasons of Japan with colourful hand-dyeing.

  • Le Coquelicot Bleu

    Le coquelicot bleu is a young Franco-Japanese company that designs and manufactures in its workshop in Brittany, jewelry, accessories and interior decoration objects using the "Tsumami Zaiku" technique.

  • Madame Mo

    To make her koinobori, Madame Mo naturally chooses a material that respects nature and people: organic cotton.
    Organic cotton is grown without the use of insecticides or pesticides but with natural compost.

  • Makurazaki France

    Created in 2014, Makurazaki France Katsuobushi is the first Japanese company to invest in Concarneau. It is specialized in dried bonito chips.

  • Marukome

    Since its establishment in 1854, Marukome has been providing consumers with fermented food products including miso for 160 years.


    Marukyo Co.,Ltd. is a company that has been in business for over 60 years. They export Japanese confectionery to the world, focusing on dorayaki.

  • Marutsume

  • Mishima

    Mishima Company started with "Mishima Shoten" as a wholesaler of dry food in Hiroshima City, Japan in 1949. Two years later, it began selling "furikake" made from bonito and other ingredients.

  • Mizhan

    The company was founded in Handa in 1804 by Matazaemon Nakano. Mizkan is a Japanese company that produces vinegars (including seasoned rice vinegars, balsamic vinegars and wine vinegars), mustards, salad dressings, authentic East Asian sauces, nattō and other food products.

  • Momoya

    Momoya Co.,Ltd. was founded in 1943. The Company's line of business includes providing canned and cured fish and seafoods.


    Yamada sen-i was established in 1937 as a manufacturer of Furoshiki , a traditional knotted fabric square with both contemporary and traditional designs, which will accompany you in your daily life.

  • Ninben

  • OIHARU Japan ldt

    The company Oiharu, located in the city of Oshu, offers a wide range of cast iron teapots in various shapes and decorations, always made with the skill and refinement that characterize the art "Nambu Tekki".

  • Qyuzu

  • S&B Foods

    Since its founding in 1923, S&B Foods Inc. has been a Japanese company that manufactures, processes and distributes food products, spices, condiments and cooking ingredients, including curry sauce mixes, pasta sauces and Chinese foods.

  • Sapporo

  • Sapporo Ichiban

  • Satonoaji


    Tomioka, K.K. was founded in 1971 and specializes in kaba-zaiku. Kaba-zaiku is a unique Akita craft that has been passed down in Kakunodate since the late 18th century.


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