Meiichiro Fukushima, Founder, moved to Kyoto from a small island in Japan’s Inland Sea, followed the next year by Ryusuke Fukushima, the second president. They set up their business at the corner of Sakai-cho and Takeya-cho in Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto, under the name of “Fukushima Kyoto Store”.
Restructured to form a corporation which launched with 1 million yen of capital, 18 employees, and a sales office at Takakura-Oike in Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto.
Sales office moved to its present location at Sakai-cho-Oike in Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto.
Company name changed from Fukushima Kyoto Ten Co. Ltd. to the present Fukushima Katsuo Co., Ltd.
Osaka branch set up.
Capital increased to 35 million yen.
New headquarters built.
Kanazawa branch set up.
New plant built at headquarters.
New warehouse built at Osaka branch.
New warehouse built at Kanazawa branch.
New headquarters office completed to mark 50th anniversary of
Tokyo sales office set up.
New Kyoto Nantan Plant built.
U. S. subsidiary, F. K. International, Inc.,
established in Atlanta, GA.
Nagoya sales office set up.
Fukuoka sales office set up.
Niigata sales office set up.
Halal Certification received.
Business tie-up begun with Yamazaki Shoji.
Sapporo sales office set up.
Hiroshima sales office set up.
Bantan sales office set up.
Kyoto Minami branch set up.
Okinawa sales office set up.
sales office closed