Fruit wholesaler Funasho Shouten opens in Kanda Market
New Kanda Market completion and renamed Kanda Municipal Market
Kanda Market closed under national food controls after World War II broak out
Kanda Market reopened
Restarted the business as Nakaoroshi (certified wholesaler) FUNASHO SHOUTEN
Became the first importer of Taiwan Banana after the world war II (sold at 30-40 yen each)
Established Komagome banana processing plant
Funasho Co., Ltd., established with the absorption merger of Funadai Co., Ltd.
New Market Act promulgated
According to the act, “Nakagainin” term was replaced as “Nakaoroshi” (certified wholesaler)
Separated the import section and established “Funasho Shoji Co., Ltd.”
As Kanda market was relocated to the Ohta Market, our head office also moved to Ohta Market.
New head quarter building opened.
Liberalization of imports of oranges and beef.
Susumu Sekino became CEO
Amended Wholesale Market Act fully liberalizes purchase and collection of fresh products
Yutaka Sekino became CEO.
Funasho Chilled Center (FCC) Logistics Center 1 commenced operation
Farm Station Co., Ltd., established as a wholly owned subsidiary
Funasho Global Cargo Co., Ltd., established as a wholly owned subsidiary
Funasho Chilled Center (FCC) Logistics Center 2 completed
TRC Logistics Center commenced operation.