Corporate Philosophy



Earn the “trust” of our customers and “contribute” to
the development of society through our business.
Act with courage and conviction, based on a spirit of
“mutual trust” and “cooperation”.
Value harmony with society and engage in
resasonable corporate activities as a good corporate citizen.

We advanced our corporate philosophy
by establishing the “Tokyo Sangyo Executives Code of Conduct” and
operating in accordance with compliance policies and
our corporate philosophy, always ensuring fair corporate activities.


On Apr. 16, 1942, Yasukichi Yasue established Daiwa Kikai Co., Ltd., to
manufacture and sell machinery and equipment.
In Mar. 1947, the company’s trading name was changed to Tokyo Kenzai Kogyo Co., Ltd.
In Jul. 1947, Mitsubishi Corporation was dissolved by a memorandum from
the General Headquarters of the Allied Forces.
Interested parties from the Machinery Department of Mitsubishi Corporation acquired
a controlling interest in Tokyo Kenzai Kogyo,
and the trade name was changed to TOKYO SANGYO CO., LTD.
The changes at TOKYO SANGYO CO., LTD. after Jul. 1947 are listed below.

Oct. 1947 With the support of Mitsubishi group companies, a new machinery trading company was established. The company’s business was the domestic sales, import, and export of general industrial machinery and equipment. The anniversary of the foundation was decided to be October 20.
May. 1948 Head Office moved to Kakigara-cho, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo.
Nov. 1950 Established Nagoya Sub-Branch (current Tokai Branch).
Mar. 1951 Established Sendai Sub-Branch (current Tohoku Branch).
Apr. 1951 Established Osaka Sub-Branch (current Kansai Branch).
Jul. 1951 Head Office moved to 8 2-chome, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo.
Jun. 1956 Established Taipei Sub-Branch (current Taipei Branch)
Apr. 1957 Merged with Tokyo Meiki Shokai Ltd., the agent for Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. in engine products.
Aug. 1959 Listed as an over -the- Counter Traded company on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Mar. 1960 Formed an equal merger with Nikkyo Sangyo, an importer and exporter of ships and shipping equipment, to diversify its product lines. The head office moved to 6 2-chome, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo.
Oct. 1961 Listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Second Section.
Jul. 1963 Head Office moved to 2 3-chome, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo.
Feb. 1987 Established Tokyo Sangyo Fudosan Co., Ltd.
Sep. 1994 Increased capital through a public offering of 2.4 million shares.
Aug. 1995 The investment unit was changed to 500 shares.
Sep. 1996 Listed on a Tokyo Stock Exchange First Section stock.
Aug. 2006 Head Office moved to 2-1 2-chome, Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo.
Oct. 2006 Established TSC (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
Jul. 2007 Both branches of Osaka and Kobe merged to form Kansai Branch.
Nov. 2011 Established TOKYO SANGYO (THAILAND) CO., LTD.
Dec. 2012 Established PT. TOKYO SANGYO INDONESIA.
Apr. 2013 Established TOKYO SANGYO, INC. in the USA.
Oct. 2013 The Share unit changed to 100.
May. 2014 Established Tokyo Sangyo Machinery, S.A. de C.V. in Mexico.
Jul. 2014 Established TOKYO SANGYO EUROPE GmbH in Germany.
Apr. 2016 Established Innovation of Social Environment Co., LTD.
Nov. 2017 Established TOKYO SANGYO ASIA TRADING CO., LTD. in Thailand.
Apr. 2018 Acquired I・A・H CO., LTD.
Jun. 2018 Established TOKYO SANGYO VIETNAM CO., LTD.
Dec. 2018 Opened Madagascar Liaison Office.
Oct. 2019 Acquired of Kikuden International Ltd.
Dec.2019 Established Yasuda TSC International Co., Ltd.
May.2020 Established TOKYO SANGYO EUROPE GmbH Hungarian Branch Office.
Sep.2020 Established Shandong Tokyo-Union Technology Development Co., Ltd. as a joint company with Liangiao group in China.
Jul.2021 Established TR Energy Co., Ltd.
Oct.2021 Merged Kikuden International Ltd. with Tokyo Sangyo Co., LTD.