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Founded: Meiji 25

Since its establishment as a rice dealer in 1890, it has been handling food raw materials.
We live in harmony with nature, receiving the blessings of the sun, air, water and the earth.

Now that the natural environment and social environment are changing drastically, we appreciate the blessings of nature, cherish the ingredients, and strive to provide everyone with peace of mind, safety, and joy based on the food business we have built up so far. Doing.

representative   Matsuzaki  Shigeru

                                                                 President and CEO Satoko Matsuzaki

Corporate history 

1892 Founded a rice dealer in Nishiki-cho, Moji-shi, Kazusuke Yagabe

1902 Moved to Nakamachi, Moji City Changed to sugar powder wholesale business

Taisho 5 (1916) Takes over the second generation of Matsuzaki Jikichi

Showa 19 (1944) Tomiharu Yagabe succeeds the third generation

1957 (Showa 32) Relocated to 1-chome, Dairi-to, Moji-shi, succeeding the 4th generation of Aki Matsuzaki

1970 Moved to 2-3-16, Dairi-to, Moji-ku, Kitakyushu

1971 (Showa 46) Organized as a joint-stock company Capital 1 million yen

1975 (1975) Increased capital to 4 million yen

1996 Increased capital to 10 million yen

1998 (1998) Started trading business

1999 Increased capital to 13 million yen

2007 Moved to 5-24 Shimonijitcho, Moji-ku, Kitakyushu

2016 (2016) Satoko Matsuzaki succeeds the 5th generation

Increased capital to 59.92 million yen in 2018

Company Profile 

Trade name   : Yakabe Co., Ltd.

main office   : 5-24 Shimonijitcho, Moji-ku, Kitakyushu 800-0028
     : 093-371-1475 FAX 093-371-6441

Creation   : Meiji 25

Setting up   : Showa 46

Capital   : 59.92 million yen

Representative   : President and CEO Satoko Matsuzaki

Business items: sugar, wheat flour, fats and oils, millets, starch

Seasoning, pickles, tsukudani, dried food, rice grains

Spices, chicken eggs, salt, edible wild plants boiled in water

Other general foods and detergents

         Oliverd Avocado Oil, etc.

Bank of Fukuoka: Bank of Fukuoka Oita Bank West Japan City Bank
          Yamaguchi Bank Mizuho Bank Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation

         Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ   Shoko Chukin

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