Kikkoman

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Kikkoman Corporation
Native nameキッコーマン株式会社
TypePublic
Traded asTYO: 2801
IndustryFood and Drink
FoundedDecember 7, 1917; 96 years ago (1917-12-07)
HeadquartersNoda, Japan
Key peopleYuzaburo Mogi,
(Chairman)
Noriaki Horikiri
(CEO and President)
ProductsFood products, beverages, biochemical products, management services
RevenueIncrease US$3.369 billion (2014)
Net incomeIncrease US$123.3 million (2014)
Employees5,622
Websitekikkoman.com
References: [1][2]
 
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Kikkoman Corporation
Native nameキッコーマン株式会社
TypePublic
Traded asTYO: 2801
IndustryFood and Drink
FoundedDecember 7, 1917; 96 years ago (1917-12-07)
HeadquartersNoda, Japan
Key peopleYuzaburo Mogi,
(Chairman)
Noriaki Horikiri
(CEO and President)
ProductsFood products, beverages, biochemical products, management services
RevenueIncrease US$3.369 billion (2014)
Net incomeIncrease US$123.3 million (2014)
Employees5,622
Websitekikkoman.com
References: [1][2]

Kikkoman Corporation (キッコーマン株式会社 Kikkōman Kabushiki-gaisha?) is an international food and drink company based in Japan. Its main products and services include soy sauce, food seasoning and flavoring, mirin, shōchū, and sake, juice and other beverages, pharmaceuticals, and restaurant management services.

Kikkoman has production plants in Japan, the U.S., the Netherlands, Singapore, Taiwan, and China.[3] Kikkoman is the most popular brand of soy sauce in Japan[4] and the United States.[5][6]

History[edit]

Founded in 1917, it is based in Noda, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. It is a combination of 8 family-owned businesses founded as early as 1603 by the Mogi and Takanashi families.[7]

Kikkoman's logo is the kamon (emblem) of its founder.[8]

Gallery[edit]

Sashimi soy sauce 
Kikkoman General Hospital in Noda, Japan 

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Corporate Profile". Retrieved July 25, 2014. 
  2. ^ "Kikkoman Financial Statements". Bloomberg Businessweek. Retrieved July 25, 2014. 
  3. ^ "Message from the Management". Retrieved 25 July 2014. 
  4. ^ Factbook Business Information Fiscal 2008
  5. ^ Story of Soy Sauce
  6. ^ Factbook Business Information Fiscal 2008
  7. ^ Shurtleff, William; Aoyagi, Akiko. 2012. History of Soy Sauce (160 CE to 2012). Lafayette, California. 2,523 pp. (8,554 references, 228 photos and illustrations. Free online).
  8. ^ http://qrysta.com/my_familys_kamon_and_history

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See also[edit]

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