Historical Photo Gallery

  •   The house which was used by Chubei Itoh I
  • A protocol that both Chobei and Chubei entered into in 1872   A sales agreement that both Chobei and Chubei entered into in 1872
  • The front of the Benichu shop   The front of the Benchu shop
  • Ito Nishi Store(Kawaramachi Osaka; opened in 1886)   Ito Nishi Store(Kawaramachi Osaka; opened in 1886)
  • Meeting proceedings(from the end of 1904)   Meeting proceedings(from the end of 1904)
  • Employee's livery coat with the company emblem(the unified emblem was created in 1908)   Employee's livery coat with the company emblem(the unified emblem was created in 1908)
  • Building of C. Itoh & Company's Head Office(completed in 1915)   Building of C. Itoh & Company's Head Office(completed in 1915)
  • Osaka Branch (the second building from the right; 1935). The large black building on the left is the company's head office building.   Osaka Branch (the second building from the right; 1935). The large black building on the left is the company's head office building.
  • Kyoto Branch (1927)   Kyoto Branch (1927)
  • The tailoring area in the Kyoto Store's 2nd plant (1921)   The tailoring area in Kyoto(1921)
  • Advertisement announcing the start of Marubeni (Osaka Asahi Newspaper [Dec. 1, 1949])   Publication of announcing the start of Marubeni on Dec. 1, 1949
  • Osaka Head Office (1949)   Osaka Head Office (1949)
  • Head Office (circa 1949)   Head Office (circa 1949)
  • Company emblems in 1949 (designed for Japan and overseas)   Company emblems in 1949 (designed for Japan and overseas)
  • New warehouse in Azuchicho   New warehouse in Azuchicho
  • Company-owned house, Ashiyaso (built in 1954)   Company-owned house, Ashiyaso (built in 1954)
  • The front covers of the 1st to 20th issues of the company newsletter “Marubeni” are designed by Shin Furuya and the 21st to 99th by Ryohei Koiso.   The front covers of the 1st to 20th issues of the company newsletter “Marubeni” are designed by Shin Furuya and the 21st to 99th by Ryohei Koiso.
  • Petroleum refining plant (in Peru), for which both Marubeni and Japan Gasoline Company (current JGC Corporation) received orders in 1964   Petroleum refining plant (in Peru), for which both Marubeni and Japan Gasoline Company (current JGC Corporation) received orders in 1964
  • “Benny Propane” located in Shiogama Port, Miyagi Prefecture, which served as an LPG transshipment station in the 1960s   “Benny Propane” located in Shiogama Port, Miyagi Prefecture, which served as an LPG transshipment station in the 1960s
  • Shiogama Plant of Katakura Chikkarin Co., Ltd. (currently, Katakura & Co-op Agri Corporation) Marubeni took a stake in the fertilizer manufacturer in 1957 to make it an affiliated company.   Shiogama Plant of Katakura Chikkarin Co., Ltd. (currently, Katakura & Co-op Agri Corporation) Marubeni took a stake in the fertilizer manufacturer in 1957 to make it an affiliated company.
  • Marubeni Iida's eight-story Head Office Building (completed in December 1962)   Marubeni Iida's eight-story Head Office Building (completed in December 1962)
  • Nagoya Branch Building (completed in June 1962)   Nagoya Branch Building (completed in June 1962)
  • Marubeni Iida U.S. Company (New York) in the 1950s   Marubeni Iida U.S. Company (New York) in the 1950s
  • Festival held in 1958 to commemorate Marubeni's 100th anniversary   Festival held in 1958 to commemorate Marubeni's 100th anniversary
  • A grain shipment, storage, and export base (U.S.) of Columbia Grain, Inc., which was founded in 1978   A grain shipment, storage, and export base (U.S.) of Columbia Grain, Inc., which was founded in 1978
  • Hiratsuka Head Office Plant (in Hiratsuka) of Marubeni Construction Material Lease Co., Ltd., which was founded in 1968   Hiratsuka Head Office Plant (in Hiratsuka) of Marubeni Construction Material Lease Co., Ltd., which was founded in 1968
  • Washer facility of the salt manufacturing company Dampier Salt (in Australia), which was founded in 1967   Washer facility of the salt manufacturing company Dampier Salt (in Australia), which was founded in 1967
  • Inage Family Heights in 1972 (Chiba)   Inage Family Heights in 1972 (Chiba)
  • The Tokyo Head Office's computer center in the 1970s   The Tokyo Head Office's computer center in the 1970s
  • Tokyo Head Office Building (1972)   Tokyo Head Office Building (1972)
  • Osaka Head Office Building (1986)   Osaka Head Office Building (1986)

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