The predecessor of Nabeshima Jinzaburo Shoten, founded by Jinzaburo Nabeshima in 1908,
was the peddling business of his father Jinbei.
His business was to secure what customers wanted and sell it to them.
This was Jinbei's philosophy as a merchant.
While it sounds simple, the concept of giving people, and society, what they want is a business fundamental that
remains unchanged over time, and it is the essence of the three basic management philosophies that have been
handed down uninterrupted in the Nabeshima family.
Today it is clear that the Nabeshima Group has been able to survive through today because it has steadfastly
maintained these three principles across the generations.
We intend to continue over the coming century these principles that we have maintained over the past century.
We also plan to communicate to the world these traditions that we have passed along as a Japanese merchant family.
This is both the mission and the pride of the Nabeshima Group.
INCORPORATED SEPTEMBER 1, 1965
Nabeshimashoten serves as the head office for the entire
Nabeshima Group, utilizing the history and track record
it has built up over more than a century since its founding.
INCORPORATED MARCH 1, 1990
We focus on the sales of explosives and chemical products,
our core business since the time of our establishment.
We provide safe and reliable products while addressing safety
and environmental issues.
HIYUH CONSTRUCTION INC.
INCORPORATED MARCH 1, 1981
Hiyuh Construction is a general contractor with strengths
in demolition work and other specialized construction.
FOUNDED SEPTEMBER 1, 1908
INCORPORATED JUNE 1, 2005
Takayama’s well-known specialty store of deep-steamed
green tea founded in 1908. At the time when the store was
founded, green tea was rarely drunk in Japan.
Valuing the idea that everything starts from tea, the store
constantly communicates diverse ways of enjoying tea.
TECHNO ECO CO., LTD.
INCORPORATED JUNE 23, 1997
Techno Eco’s businesses are based on the theme of creating
an amenity-rich society. It is involved in the civil engineering,
construction, architectural, and recycling businesses as an
eco-friendly company working to create a joyful environment
for the future.
With a declining birthrate and an aging population, Japan’s population is
shrinking. With no underground resources and insufficient domestic
production of main foods, our country is increasingly becoming dependent on
imports from abroad. Domestic production will continue to decline, and
competition will intensify among domestic companies over the dwindling jobs
and money. As a result, it will become difficult for companies to survive in
Japan merely by relying on domestic capital, leading to the need to bring
foreign capital. Nevertheless, Japan is a nation with great culture and
intellectual properties like advanced technologies and creativity.
It is important to utilize these resources to create private brands and expand overseas to bring in foreign capital. What we must do now is to build the foundation for bridging our country with the rest of the world. Starting out with a footpath that will be turned into a highway by the next generation, we must build the foundation for this road to be completed by several generations.
We will all work together to achieve this goal so that the Nabeshima Group will continue to remain a meaningful business group in the future society.