History

History

Year and monthMatter
July, 1983Yukiguni Maitake Co., Ltd. is established and launches the production and sales of maitake with the completion of the Ikazawa factory.
June, 1986The head office relocates to a new building at 89 Yokawa, Minamiuonuma-shi, Niigata.
October, 1986Bio Center 1 is completed in Mizuoshinden, Minamiuonuma-shi, and commences the production of maitake.
January, 1988Natto (fermented soybean) plant is completed, and launches the production and sales of Natto products
October, 1988Yukiguni Shoji Co., Ltd. is established and starts purchasing heavy oil and other materials for use in our centers and selling gasoline to general consumers
September, 1989Bio Center 2 is completed in Urasa, Minamiuonuma-shi, and commences the production of maitake.
April, 1990Yukiguni Maitake takes over the operations of Odaira Bean Sprout Store and launches the production and sales of bean sprouts.
August, 1991Imamachi Kosan Limited is established, and starts manufacturing auxiliary raw materials for culture media.
August, 1992The head office relocates to a new building along with its package center.
March, 1994Our stocks are listed on the Regional Industry Development Department of the Niigata Stock Exchange.
September, 1994Bio Center 3 is completed in Niiborishinden, Minamiuonuma-shi, and commences the production of maitake.
September, 1995Gosen Bio Center is completed in Goyahara, Nakagawashin, Gosen-shi, Niigata, and commences the production of maitake.
May, 1996Yukiguni Maitake launches the in-house production and sales of boiled maitake products.
November, 1996General Bio Foods Co., Ltd. is established, and the division for the production of bean sprouts becomes our subsidiary.
April, 1997Commences the production and sales of MD-Fraction, the health food with condensed maitake extract,.
March, 1998Yukiguni Maitake acquires Totaku Co., Ltd., and expands its business into the production and sales of processed food.
March, 2000As the Niigata Stock Exchange is merged into the Tokyo Stock Exchange, Yukiguni Maitake is listed on the second section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
October, 2000Yukiguni Maitake Corporation of America is established, and expands into overseas operations.
March, 2002Commences the production of buna-shimeji at Gosen Bio Center.
May, 2002Bio Center 4 is completed in Tsukuno, Minamiuonuma-shi, and commences the production of eringi.
March, 2003Yukiguni Maitake Manufacturing Corporation of America is established.
June, 2004Bio Center 5 is completed in Yamazakishinden, Minamiuonuma-shi, and commences the production of buna-shimeji.
September, 2004General Bio Foods Co., Ltd. merges with Heisei Kogyo Co., Ltd. and changes its trade name to Yukiguni Bio Foods Co., Ltd.
November, 2009Commences the production and sales of the Yukiguni Yasai Kakumei, series of cut vegetables.
January, 2011Shiga Package Center is completed in Ryuo-cho, Gamo-gun, Shiga, and commences the production of cut vegetables.
December, 2011Yukiguni Maitake acquires a 100% equity of Changchun Yukiguni Biotechnology Limited.
February, 2012Changchun Yukiguni Biotechnology Limited is renamed Yukiguni Maitake (Changchun) Biotechnology Limited.
June, 2015Yukiguni Maitake becomes a wholly owned subsidiary of BCJ-22 Co., Ltd., and its stock is delisted from the second section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
October, 2015BCJ-22 Co., Ltd. merges with Yukiguni Maitake, and the trade name is changed to Yukiguni Maitake Co., Ltd. on the same day.
August, 2016Stocks of Yukiguni Bio Foods Co., Ltd. are transferred to Saladcosmo Co., Ltd.
September, 2017Shareholder composition is changed (Bain Capital: 51%, Shinmei Co., Ltd.: 49%).
January, 2018BCJ-28 Co., Ltd. merges with Yukiguni Maitake, and the trade name is changed to Yukiguni Maitake Co., Ltd. on the same day.
April, 2018Yukiguni Maitake absorbs its subsidiaries Yukiguni Shoji and Imamachi Kosan.
April, 2018Yukiguni Maitake takes over the sales business of its products in Kyushu and Okinawa from Yukiguni Maitake Nishinihon Co., Ltd.
September, 2018Packaging factory of maitake is completed in Shiga Package Center and commences packaging of maitake.
January, 2019Yukiguni Maitake absorbs its subsidiary Totaku Co., Ltd.
March, 2019Yukiguni Maitake acquires all shares of Mizuho Norin Co., Ltd. (production and sales of hon-shimeji and hatake-shimeji) and Kinoko Center Kin Co., Ltd. (production and sales of buna-shimeji), owned by Takara Bio Inc.
October, 2019Yukiguni Maitake acquires all shares of Mitsukura Norin Limited (production and sales of button mushroom) and makes it a subsidiary.
(Changes the trade name to Mitsukura Norin Co., Ltd. on March 2, 2020)
February, 2020Ceases production and sales of cut vegetables and Natto (fermented soybean) products.
April, 2020Yukiguni Maitake Holdings Co., Ltd. merges with Yukiguni Maitake, and the trade name is changed to Yukiguni Maitake Co., Ltd. on the same day.
September, 2020Yukiguni Maitake is listed on the first section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
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