Seibu Department Store

Seibu Department Stores is a department store in Japan. It opened its first store in 1949. It is a typical Japanese department store with goods covering several floors. It is now a subsidiary of Seven & I Holdings Co., Ltd.Seibu Department Store’s flagship store is located in Ikebukuro. …

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quack in Japan

With the camera in his hand, Gaga introduces Japan you don’t know, and tells you how to work, study, live, and travel in Japan. The website includes the latest and fastest information and music videos of Japan and Tokyo….

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Sogo Department Store

Sogo Department Store Co., Ltd. (Sogo) is a Japanese department store chain supermarket. Its stores cover the world: Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Beijing, China, Hong Kong Causeway, Taipei, Taiwan, Jakarta, Medan, Bali, Bandung and Surabaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Singapore, Bangkok, Thailand,…

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Japanese Ministry of Defense

The Ministry of Defense Japan (Ministry of Defense Japan), also known as the Ministry of Defense, is a cabinet-level department of the Japanese government, headquartered in Shinjuku, Tokyo. It is the largest institution of the Japanese government: in 2009, it had 271094 permanent personn…

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Maxvalu Tokai

Maxvalu Tokai is a Japanese retail chain. Until 2000, the company was named Yaohan. Since 2008, all Thai Jusco stores under the Aeon Group have been renamed Maxvalu Tokai.Thailand:
As of 2012, Maxvalu Tokai has 68 stores in Thailand.
Currently, Maxvalu Tokai has two formats and branded…

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Ebara Company

Ebara Corporation is a Japanese company that manufactures environmental and industrial machinery such as pumps and turbines. Ebara was founded in November 1912 by Issey Miyake Hatake and Ariya Inokuti in Tokyo, Japan, and is headquartered at 11-1, Asahicho, Haneda, Ota-ku, Tokyo.Ebara’s …

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Iwataya

Iwataya is a department store chain located in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. Iwataya Mitsukoshi Corporation is its shareholder. Two Iwataya stores are located in Tenjin (1936) and Kurume (1972)….

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Jusco

JUSCO is the abbreviation of Japan United Stores Corporation, which is the largest department store chain in Japan. In 1989, the company changed its name to Aeon. Its stores in Japan are operated under the name of Jusco. The company has offices in Malaysia, Hong Kong, Mainland China, and…

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Chino Company

Chino Corporation (Chino Corporation) is a Japanese manufacturer specializing in the production of measurement, control instruments and meter systems. The company is engaged in the production and supply of various temperature sensors, such as thermocouples, radiation pyrometers and therm…

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White Wooden House

Shirokiya is a Japanese company with the longest history, and it was the largest retailer in the early 20th century. In the 1950s, it was acquired by another Japanese company and began to expand overseas, mainly in Hawaii.Shirakiya is headquartered in Tokyo, the founder is Hikotaro Omura…

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