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Kabushiki-gaisha

Kabushiki-gaisha (abbreviation: K.K .; jap. 株式会社, historical Japanese pronunciation: Kabushiki kaisha; literally: joint-stock company) is a type of corporation in Japanese law.

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A-1 Pictures

K.K. A-1 Pictures (Japanese 株式会社 エ ー ・ ワ ン ・ ピ ク チ ャ ー ズ, Kabushiki-gaisha Ē Wan Pikuchāzu) is a Japanese animation studio.

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Accuphase

Accuphase K.K. (Japanese ア キ ュ フ ェ ー ズ 株式会社, Akyufēzu Kabushiki kaisha, English Accuphase Laboratory Inc., Accuphase stands for accurate phase) is a consumer electronics manufacturer based in Yokohama, Japan.

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Actas

K.K. Actas (Japanese 株式会社 ア ク タ ス, Kabushiki-gaisha Akutasu, English Actas Inc.) is a Japanese animation studio.

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Adeka

K.K. Adeka (Japanese 株式会社 ADEKA, kabushiki kaisha Adeka; English Adeka Corp.) is a Japanese chemical company.

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Aichi Kikai Kōgyō

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Aichi Steel

Aichi Steel Corporation (Japanese 愛 知 製鋼 株式会社, Aichi Seikō kabushiki kaisha; "Aichi Steel Production Corporation") is a Japanese steel company.

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Aichi Tokei Denki

Aichi D3A2 The companies Aichi Tokei Denki K.K. (Japanese 愛 知 時 計 電機 株式会社, Aichi tokei denki kabushiki kaisha, German Aichi watch and electricity company) was a Japanese aircraft manufacturer.

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Air Central

Air Central (Japanese エ ア ー セ ン ト ラ ル, Eā Sentoraru Kabushiki kaisha) was a Japanese airline based in Tokoname.

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Air Thu

Air Do (Kabushiki kaisha Ea Du), formerly Hokkaido International Airlines (北海道 国際 航空 Hokkaidō Kokusai Kōkū), is a Japanese low-cost airline based in Sapporo and based at Tokyo Haneda Airport.

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Air Japan

Air Japan Co., Ltd. (Kabushiki-gaisha Eā Japan) is a Japanese airline based in Ōta that offers international scheduled, cargo and charter flights.

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Air Next

Air Next (Japanese エ ア ー ネ ク ス ト 株式会社, Eā Nekusuto Kabushiki kaisha) was a Japanese low-cost airline based in Tokyo.

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Air Nippon

Air Nippon (Japanese エ ア ー ニ ッ ポ ン 株式会社, Eā Nippon Kabushiki kaisha) was a Japanese regional airline based in Tokyo and based at Tokyo Haneda Airport.

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AirAsia Japan

AirAsia Japan K. K. (Japanese エ ア ア ジ ア ・ ジ ャ パ ン 株式会社 Ea Ajia Japan Kabushiki-gaisha) is a Japanese low-cost airline based in Tokoname and based at Chūbu Airport.

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Aisin Seiki

Aisin Seiki K.K. (Japanese ア イ シ ン 精 機 株式会社, Aishin Seiki Kabushiki-kaisha, English Aisin Seiki Co. Ltd.) is a Japanese automotive supplier company that was founded in 1949 and is 30% owned by the Toyota Group.

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Aiwa

Aiwa F810 Aiwa K.K. (jap. ア イ ワ 株式会社) was a Japanese company that specialized in multimedia devices.

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Ajinomoto

The corporate headquarters in Kyōbashi, Chūō, Tokyo Ajinomoto K.K. (jap. 味 の 素 株式会社; engl.Ajinomoto Co., Inc.) is a Japanese food company primarily producing flavors, spices, and oils.

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Ajinomoto Stadium

The Ajinomoto Stadium (Japanese 味 の 素 ス タ ジ ア ム, Ajinomoto Sutajiamu; formerly Tokyo Stadium), is a competition venue in Chōfu, Japan, Tokyo Prefecture.

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Akai

Akai Denki K.K. (Japanese 赤 井 電機 株式会社, Akai Denki Kabushiki-gaisha, English Akai Electric Co., Ltd.) was a Japanese electronics company named after its founder Masukichi Akai, which operated outside of Japan in the 1960s and 1970s primarily through its Tape machines gained notoriety.

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Akio Toyoda

Akio Toyoda 2011 Akio Toyoda (Toyoda Akio; born May 3, 1956 in Nagoya) is the Chief Executive Officer (daihyō-torishimariyaku-shachō, German "executive director and president") of the Japanese automobile company Toyota (Toyota Jidōsha K.K.). He is the eldest son of Shōichirō Toyoda and grandson of the Toyota company founder Kiichirō Toyoda.

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Akita Shoten

Akita Shoten's registered office in 2006 K.K. Akita Shoten (株式会社 秋田 書店, Kabushiki kaisha Akita Shoten, English Akita Publishing Co., Ltd.) is a Japanese publisher.

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Akizuki class (1941)

The Akizuki class (Japanese 型 駆 逐 艦, Akizuki-gata kuchikukan) was a class of twelve destroyers of the Japanese Empire that were used in World War II.

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Corporation

A stock corporation (abbreviation of the German, Austrian, Liechtenstein, Swiss legal form: AG, in French- and Italian-speaking Switzerland SA; for abbreviations of other countries see below) is an association under private law and is regulated by company law.

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Albirex Niigata

Albirex Niigata (Japanese ア ル ビ レ ッ ク ス 新潟, Arubirekkusu Niigata) is a Japanese football club and has been a member of the J. League Division 1, the highest professional league in the country, since 2004.

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Alinco

Alinco K.K. (Japanese. ア ル イ ン コ 株式会社, Aruinko Kabushiki kaisha, English Alinco Incorporated) is a Japanese listed manufacturer of metal parts, building accessories, two-way radios and fitness equipment.

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All Japan Pro Wrestling

All Japan Pro Wrestling (Japanese 全 日本 プ ロ ・ レ ス リ ン グ 株式会社, Zennihon Pro Wrestling Kabushiki kaisha, AJPW for short) is the name of a Japanese wrestling association.

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All Nippon Airways

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Allied Telesis

Allied Telesis K.K. (Japanese ア ラ イ ド テ レ シ ス 株式会社, Araido Tereshisu Kabushiki kaisha) is an international provider of secure IP / Ethernet access solutions and an industry leader in the development of IP triple play networks over copper and fiber optic access infrastructures.

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Alpine Electronics

Alpine Electronics (Japanese ア ル パ イ ン 株式会社, Arupain Kabushiki kaisha) is a Japanese manufacturer of car radios, speakers, amplifiers and navigation systems.

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Alps Denki

Alps Denki K.K. (Japanese ア ル プ ス 電 気 株式会社, Arupusu denki kabushiki kaisha, English Alps Electric Co., Ltd.) is a Japanese company with headquarters in Tokyo.

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Amada (company)

The K.K. Amada (Japanese 株式会社 ア マ ダ; English Amada Co., Ltd.), headquartered in the Ishida district of the city of Isehara, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, is a global machine and tool manufacturer for metal and sheet metal working in particular.

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Amakusa Airlines

Amakusa Airline K.K. (Amakusa Earain Kabushiki-gaisha, English Amakusa Airlines Co., Ltd.), AMX for short, is a Japanese regional airline based in Amakusa and based at Amakusa Airport.

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Amuse

Amuse (Japanese 株式会社 ア ミ ュ ー ズ, Kabushiki-gaisha Amyūzu, English Amuse, Inc.) is a major Japanese talent agency based in Shibuya, Tokyo.

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ANA Holdings

ANA Holdings K. K. (Japanese ANA ホ ー ル デ ィ ン グ ス 株式会社 Eienuei Hōrudingusu Kabushiki kaisha) is a Japanese conglomerate based in Tokyo.

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ANA Wings

ANA Wings K.K. (ANA Uingusu Kabushiki-gaisha) is a Japanese regional airline based in Ōta and a subsidiary of ANA Holdings.

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Animax

Logo until June 30, 2016 Animax (Japanese ア ニ マ ッ ク ス, Animakkusu) is a Japanese satellite television station that was set up by Sony and mainly broadcasts anime.

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Anime International Company

K.K. Anime International Company (Japanese 株式会社 ア ニ メ ・ イ ン タ ー ナ シ ョ ナ ル カ ン パ ニ ー, Kabushiki-gaisha Anime Intānashonaru Kampanī), often abbreviated as AIC, is a Japanese animation studio.

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Aniplex

K.K. Aniplex (Japanese 株式会社 ア ニ プ レ ッ ク ス, Anipurekkusu Kabushiki kaisha, English Aniplex Inc.) produces and sells animes and related products such as music and merchandising.

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Anritsu

Anritsu K.K. (Japanese ア ン リ ツ 株式会社, Anritsu Kabushiki kaisha, English Anritsu Corporation) is a Japanese company based in Atsugi, Kanagawa Prefecture, which specializes in the field of test and measurement technology.

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Artland (studio)

K.K. Animation Studio Artland (Japanese 株式会社 ア ニ メ ー シ ョ ン ス タ ジ オ ・ ア ー ト ラ ン ・, Kabushiki-gaisha Animēshon Sutajio Ātorando) is a Japanese animation studio.

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Artoon

K.K. Artoon (Japanese 株式会社 ア ー ト ゥ ー ン Kabushiki kaisha Ātūn) was a game developer founded in 1999.

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Arzest

K.K. Arzest (Japanese 株式会社 ア ー ゼ ス ト, Kabushiki kaisha Āzesuto, English Arzest Corp.) is a Japanese game developer that develops video games for video game consoles.

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Asahi Beer

Best-known variety: Asahi Syper Dry in a typical can The main building of Asahi Beer designed by Philippe Starck. Asahi beer in a shop in Vietnam Asahi Beer K.K. (Japanese ア サ ヒ ビ ー ル 株式会社, Asahi Bīru Kabushiki-gaisha, English Asahi Breweries, Ltd.) is a Japanese brewery group based in Sumida, Tokyo Prefecture.

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Asahi Glass

The Japanese company Asahi Glass Co., Ltd. (Japanese 旭硝子 株式会社, Asahi garasu Kabushiki kaisha) or AGC for short, listed in the Nikkei 225, is a glass manufacturer.

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Asahi Kasei

Asahi Kasei K.K. (Japanese 旭 化成 株式会社, Asahi Kasei Kabushiki kaisha, English Asahi Kasei Corporation), listed in the Nikkei 225, is a Japanese chemical company.

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Asahi Shimbun-sha

K.K. Asahi Shimbun-sha (Japanese 株式会社 朝日 新聞 社, Kabushiki-gaisha Asahi Shimbun-sha, English The Asahi Shimbun Company) is the name of a Japanese media company.

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Asatsu-DK

Toranomon Hills Building Complex K.K. Asatsu-DK (short: ADK) is a Japanese advertising agency headquartered in the Toranomon Hills building complex in Minato, Tokyo since June 2014 (previously in Tsukiji, Chūō, Tokyo).

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Asō (company)

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ASCII (company)

K.K. ASCII (Japanese 株式会社 ア ス キ ー Kabushiki kaisha Asukī) was a publisher of computer game magazines and a manufacturer of computer games headquartered in Chiyoda, Tokyo Prefecture, Japan.

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ASCII Media Works

ASCII Media Works (Japanese ア ス キ ー ・ メ デ ィ ア ワ ー ク ス Asukī Media Wākusu) is an imprint for books, manga, video games and magazines from the Japanese publisher Kadokawa.

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Asics

K.K. Asics (Japanese 株式会社 ア シ ッ ク ス, Kabushiki-gaisha Ashikkusu, English Asics Corporation) is a global Japanese sports shoe and clothing brand, which was founded in 1949 in Kobe, Japan by Kihachiro Onitsuka under the name Onitsuka Tiger.

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Astellas

Astellas Seiyaku K.K. (Japanese ア ス テ ラ ス 製 薬 株式会社, Asuterasu Seiyaku Kabushiki-gaisha, English Astellas Pharma, Inc.), listed in the Nikkei 225, is with Takeda Pharmaceutical and Daiichi Sankyo - with approx.

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AT-X

AT-X or

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Atlus

Atlus (Japanese ア ト ラ ス, Atorasu) is a Japanese publisher for computer games.

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Audio-Technica

Audio-Technica (Japanese 株式会社 オ ー デ ィ オ テ ク ニ カ, Kabushiki kaisha Ōdio Tekunika) is a global group of companies with headquarters in Machida (Tokyo Prefecture, Japan).

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Autobacs Seven

Super Autobacs business ASL Garaiya ASL Garaiya as racing car K.K. Autobacs Seven (Japanese 株式会社 オ ー ト バ ッ ク ス セ ブ ン, Kabushiki-gaisha Ōtobakkusu Sebun, Engl. Autobacs Seven Co., Ltd.) is a company in the field of motor vehicles and accessories from Japan and a former automobile manufacturer.

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Automotive Energy Supply

single cell and opened battery module of a Nissan Leaf opened traction battery unit of the Nissan Leaf Die Automotive Energy Supply K.K. (Japanese オ ー ト モ ー テ ィ ブ エ ナ ジ ー サ プ ラ イ 株式会社, Ōtomōtibu Enajī Sapurai kabushiki kaisha; English Automotive Energy Supply Corporation, AESC) is a 2007 founded esifo 11/2012, 63rd volume :, PDF-Download, accessed 28.

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Avex

Avex (Japanese エ イ ベ ッ ク ス), actually Avex Group Holdings K.K. (エ イ ベ ッ ク ス ・ グ ル ー プ ・ ホ ー ル デ ィ ン グ ス 株式会社, Eibekkusu gurūpu hōrudingusu kabushiki kaisha), is a Japanese entertainment company and the common name for Avex Group Holding Inc., which is also known as Avex Entertainment Inc., or Avex Entertainment Inc., which is also known as Avex Entertainment Inc.

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“K” line

Kawasaki Kisen K.K. (Japanese. 川 崎 汽船 株式会社, Kawasaki kisen kabushiki kaisha), internationally known as “K” Line, sometimes also as KKK, is a major Japanese shipping company based in Tokyo.

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Aeon

Æon K.K. (jap. イ オ ン 株式会社, Ion Kabushiki kaisha) is a Japanese retail company headquartered in Chiba.

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Ōbayashi-gumi

Osaka Obayashi Building, seat of the Ōbayashi-gumi in Chūō-ku, Osaka, Japan (about half of the building is occupied by Obayashi) K.K. Ōbayashi-gumi (Japanese 株式会社 大林 組, Kabushiki kaisha Ōbayashi-gumi, Eng. "Ōbayashi-Gruppe", Eng. Obayashi Corporation), listed in the Nikkei 225, is one of the five largest construction companies (Super-Zenekon) next to Shimizu, Takenaka, Kajima and Taisei in Japan.

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Ōji Seishi

Ōji Seishi K.K. (Japanese 王子 製 紙 株式会社, Ōji Seishi Kabushiki kaisha, English Oji Paper Company, Limited) is a Japanese company in the paper, packaging and forestry industries that belongs to the Ōji Group.

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Ōmiya Ardija

Ōmiya Ardija (Japanese 大 宮 ア ル デ ィ ー ジ ャ, Ōmiya Arudīja) is a football club of the Japanese professional league J. League.

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Osaka-jō Hall

The Ōsaka-jō Hall (Japanese 大阪 城 ホ ー ル, Ōsaka-jō Hōru, "Castle Osaka Hall") is a multi-purpose hall in the Chūō-ku district of Osaka City in Osaka Prefecture, Japan.

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Ōshima Zosenjo

K.K. Ōshima Zōsenjo (Kabushiki-gaisha ~, dt "Werft Ōshima", English Oshima Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.) is a shipbuilding company in Saikai, Japan.

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Ōtsuka Seiyaku

Main products of Otsuka Pharmaceutical (2017 Non-Medical Sector Product) Ōtsuka Seiyaku K.K. (Japanese 大 塚 製 薬 株式会社, Ōtsuka Seiyaku Kabushiki kaisha, English Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.), is a Japanese pharmaceutical company.

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Baby, the Stars Shine Bright

Baby, The Stars Shine Bright (Japanese 株式会社 ベ イ ビ ー 、 ザ ス タ ー ズ シ ャ イ ン ブ ラ イ ト, Kabushiki kaisha Beibī, Za Sutāzu Shain Buraito) is a Japanese retail chain and fashion label that focuses on Lolita fashion.

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Takadanobaba Railway Station

Takadanobaba Station (Japanese 高田 馬 場 駅, Takadanobaba-eki) is located in Shinjuku in Tokyo Prefecture, Japan.

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Bandai

Bandai headquarters in Tokyo Bandai (Japanese バ ン ダ イ) was a Japanese toy manufacturer and has been a brand of Bandai Namco since the merger with Namco.

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Bandai Namco Holdings

Company headquarters K.K. Bandai Namco Holdings (Japanese 株式会社 バ ン ダ イ ナ ム コ ホ ー ル デ ィ ン グ ス, Kabushiki kaisha Bandai Namuko Hōrudingusu, English NAMCO BANDAI Holdings Inc.) is a Japanese company that was formed by the merger of the old Namco and Bandai.

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Bandai Visual

Bandai Visual K.K. (jap. バ ン ダ イ ビ ジ ュ ア ル 株式会社, Bandai Bijuaru Kabushiki-gaisha) is a Japanese anime producer based in Tokyo.

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Bee train

Logo Bee Train K.K. (jap.ビ ィ ー ト レ イ ン 株式会社, Bītorein Kabushiki-gaisha, engl. BEE TRAIN Production Inc.) is a Japanese animation studio based in Musashino that has worked on the production of anime series such as Noir, .hack // SIGN and Madlax, among other things.

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Benesse Holdings

K.K. Benesse Holdings (formerly Benesse Corporation, Japanese 株式会社 ベ ネ ッ セ ホ ー ル デ ィ ン グ ス, Kabushiki-gaisha Benesse Hōrudingusu) is a Japanese company in the fields of distance learning, publishing and geriatric care, and was founded in the city of Okayama.

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Bj league

Game of the bj league The bj league (Japanese bj リ ー グ, bj rīgu of Basketball Japan), actually Nihon Pro Basketball League (日本 プ ロ バ ス ケ ッ ト ボ ー ル ル リ ー グ, Nihon puro basukettobōru rīgu) is a professional Japanese basketball league.

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Blow (company)

K.K. Blow (Japanese 株式会社 ブ ロ ー, Kabushiki kaisha Burō), also called Dream Factory Blow, is a Sagamihara-based manufacturer of automotive and motorcycle accessories and vehicle tuners.

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Board of Directors

In the Anglo-American region, the board of directors is the management and control body of a company.

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Bones (studio)

K.K. Bones (Japanese 株式会社 ボ ン ズ, Kabushiki-gaisha Bonzu, English BONES INC.) Is a Japanese production studio for anime.

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Bookoff Corporation

Bookoff Corporation K.K. (Japanese ブ ッ ク オ フ コ ー ポ レ ー シ ョ ン 株式会社, Bukku Ofu Kōporēshon Kabushiki kaisha, English Bookoff Corporation Limited), also Book • Off, is the largest company in Japan that specializes in trading in second-hand goods.

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Bridgestone

K.K. Bridgestone (Japanese 株式会社 ブ リ ヂ ス ト ン, Kabushiki-gaisha Burijisuton, English Bridgestone Corporation), listed in the Nikkei 225, is the world's largest tire manufacturer for cars, buses, trucks and special vehicles.

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Bridgestone Cycle

Bridgestone RB2 frame Bridgestone Cycle K.K. (jap. ブ リ ヂ ス ト ン サ イ ク ル 株式会社, Burijisuton Saikuru Kabushiki kaisha, English Bridgestone Cycle Co., Ltd.) is a Japanese bicycle manufacturer and a subsidiary of the multinational tire manufacturer Bridgestone.

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Broadcasting Satellite System

The Broadcasting Satellite System Corporation (B-SAT; Japanese 株式会社 放送 衛星 シ ス テ ム, kabushiki kaisha hōsō eisei shisutemu) is a Japanese company for satellite communication services based in Shibuya, Tokyo.

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Brother Industries

Brother Industries Ltd. (Japanese ブ ラ ザ ー 工業 株式会社, Burazā Kōgyō kabushiki-gaisha) is a global group with headquarters in Nagoya / Japan and one of the world's leading manufacturers of printers, multifunctional and fax machines, typewriters, computer-controlled embroidery and sewing systems and the P-touch -Labeling devices.

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Buffalo (company)

K.K. Buffalo (Japanese 株式会社 バ ッ フ ァ ロ ー, Kabushiki-gaisha Baffarō, English Buffalo Inc.) is a Japanese company that has specialized in the range of data storage, network and main memory components.

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Busicom

Busicom K.K. (Japanese ビ ジ コ ン 株式会社, Bijikon Kabushiki-gaisha, English Business Computer Corporation) was a Japanese manufacturer of mechanical and electronic calculating machines.

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Camelot (game developer)

K.K. Camelot (Japanese 株式会社 キ ャ メ ロ ッ ト, Kabushiki kaisha Kyamerotto, English Camelot Software Planning) is a Japanese video game developer.

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Canon

Company headquarters in Tokyo Canon Germany headquarters in Krefeld Canon (Japanese キ ヤ ノ ン 株式会社, Kiyanon kabushiki-gaisha) is a Japanese company based in Tokyo, which was founded in 1937 under the name Seikikōgaku kenkyūsho (Japanese 精 機 光學 研究所, laboratory for optical precision Instruments or Precision Optical Industry Co. Ltd.) was founded by Yoshida Goro, Uchida Saburo and doctor Takeshi Mitarai.

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Canopus (company)

Canopus K.K. (Japanese カ ノ ー プ ス 株式会社, Kanōpusu Kabushiki kaisha) was a manufacturer of hardware and software for the capture and non-linear editing of videos.

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Capcom

Capcom (Japanese 株式会社 カ プ コ ン, Kabushiki-gaisha Kapukon) is a Japanese video game developer and publisher based in Osaka.

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Casio

Casio F-91W Casio Data Bank - wrist watch with phone number memory and organizer Casio (Japanese カ シ オ 計算機 株式会社 Kashio Keisanki Kabushiki-gaisha, English Casio Computer Co., Ltd.) is a Japanese technology company based in Shibuya, Tokyo.

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Cateye

Cateye Headquarters K.K. Cateye (Japanese, Kabushiki kaisha Kyattoai, English Cateye Co., Ltd.) is a Japanese manufacturer of bicycle light systems from Osaka.

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