Company Profile

Company Name
Ningyocho Imahan Co., Ltd.
Location of Main Branch
2-chōme-9-12 Nihonbashiningyōchō, Chuo-ku, Kyoto
Founded
1895
Established
1956, March
Capital
43 million yen (cumulative as a group)
Representative Director
Shinichiro Takaoka
Number of Employees
1,412 (As of August 2018)

Location of office

Headquarters
1-chōme-4-5 Nihonbashikakigarachō Chuo ward, Tōkyō 103-0014
Restaurants
Ningyocho Main / Ueno Hirokoji / Shinjuku Odakyu Dai-ichi Seimei Building / Yurakucho / Shinjuku Takashimaya/ Imahan Banyo Shinjuku Southern Tower / Maihama Ikspiari / Ginza / Nagoya Midland Square / Yokohama Takashimaya / Kisentei Tokyo Midtown Store / JR Hakata City / Takafuku Haneda Airport International Terminal / Ikebukuro Tobu / Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho / Garden Restaurant Ningyocho Imahan Ikegami Honmonji / Nihombashi Takashimaya SC
Meat Retailer (Butcher shop)
Ningyocho Seiniku Honten / Nihonbashi Takashimaya / Ikebukuro Tobu / Funabashi Tobu / Yokohama Takashimaya / Tamagawa Takashimaya / Kawaguchi Sogo / Shinjuku Takashimaya / Shin-Yokohama Takashimaya / Kashiwa Takashimaya / Atre Kawasaki
Ready-made Food
Ningyocho / Suitengu Ekimae/ Chiba Sogo / Ikebukuro Seibu
Center
Shirakawa Center (Shirakawa, Koto-ku) / Meat Center (Nihombashi, Chuo-ku)

Corporate history

March 1956
Imahan becomes independent and changes from a Limited partnership company to a Limited Liability Company.
May 1967
Opens its first Meat Retailer (butcher shop) at Nihombashi Takashimaya.
August 1969
Yurakucho location (Japanese restaurant) opens its restaurant inside the Shin-Yurakucho Building.
May 1974
Opens three shops in Ikebukuro Tobu: a meat retailer, ready-made meals, and tsukudani.
July 1975
Opens Central Kitchen in Nihombashi Kakigara-cho.
October 1976
Opens a ready-made meal shop at Yokohama Takashimaya.
March 1977
Opens a ready-made meal shop at Ginza Mitsukoshi.
October 1977
Opens a meat retailer and ready-meal shop at Funabashi Tobu.
September 1980
Opens the Shinjuku location (Japanese restaurant) inside the Shinjuku Dai-ichi Seimei Building.
October 1983
Opens a ready-made meal shop at Konandai Takashimaya.
May 1984
Establishes a food product center in the Kōtō ward of Shirakawa.
November 1984
Rennovates the Nihonbashi kakigaracho Central Kitchen. Launches a meat center and complete mass production system.
January 1985
Changes the company name to Ningyocho Imahan Co., Ltd. and Imakura Yurakucho Co., Ltd.
October 1985
Opens a meat retailer at Takashimaya Yokohama.
March 1986
The Shinjuku location expands its size and is reopened.
September 1986
Opens a meat retailer at Ginza Mitsukoshi.
November 1986
The Yurakucho location expands its size and is reopened.
August 1988
The Ningyocho Imahan Honten location expands its size and is reopened.
March 1990
The Ueno Hirokoji location (Japanese restaurant) opens inside the Suzunoya Honten Building.
September 1991
Opens a meat retailer at Kawaguchi Sogo.
March 1992
Opens Central Kitchen in the Edogawa ward of Matsue.
September 1992
Builds a new 5-story steel frame building for the headquarters.
April 1993
Openes a meat retailer at Tamagawa Takashimaya.
October 1996
Opens the Shinjuku Takashimaya location (Japanese restaurant) inside Shinjuku Takashimaya and also opens a meat retailer inside Shinjuku Takashimaya.
March 1998
Opens Sumibiyaki Banyo (Japanese restaurant) at the Shinjuku Minami-guchi Southern Tower.
September 1998
Opens Ataka Sozai Ningyocho Imahan (ready-made meals).
July 2000
Opens Maihama Ikspiari (Japanese restaurant) location at Maihama Ikspiari.
March 2001
Opens Ataka Sozai Suitengu Ekimae (ready-made meals).
March 2001
Relocates Fukugawa Meat Center, and begins operations at Daini Building in Nihombashi (1-4-2 Kakigara-cho, Chuo-ku). Also establishes a headquarters for sales department operations (for sauce products).
February 2003
Opens a meat retailer at Kashiwa Sogo location.
February 2004
Takadanobaba Center opens in Shimo-Ochiai, Shinjuku due to expansion of catering department.
October 2004
Opens the Ginza location (Japanese restaurant) in Ginza Kojun Building.
May 2005
Renewal and reopening of Yurakucho location.
September 2005
Opens a meat retailer at Sogo Shinsaibashi Honten in Osaka.
December 2006
Renewal and reopening of Shinjuku Takashimaya location.
March 2007
Opens Nagoya Midland Square location (Japanese restaurant) at Nagoya Midland Square. Opens Tokyo Midtown Kisentei (Teppanyaki steak) location at Tokyo Midtown.
April 2007
Opens a meat retailer at Hachioji Sogo.
May 2009
Opens Yokohama Takashimaya location (Japanese restaurant) at Yokohama Takashimaya.
October 2010
Opens Takafuku (Japanese restaurant) at Haneda International Terminal.
March 2011
Opens JR Hakata City location (Japanese restaurant).
March 2014
Opens ready-made meal shop at COREDO Muromachi 2.
May 2015
Opens Kisentei (Teppanyaki steak) at Nagoya Midland Square.
October 2015
Opens Ikebukuro Tobu location (Japanese restaurant) at the Ikebukuro Tobu department store.
February 2016
Opens meat retailer at Atre Kawasaki.
July 2016
Opens Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho location (Japanese restaurant) at Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho.
September 2018
OpensNihonbashi Takashimaya S.C. location (Japanese restaurant) at Nihonbashi Takashimaya S.C.
October 2019
Due to regional expansion of the catering service department, a Nagoya Center is opened in Chiryu City of Aichi Prefecture.