Daimaru Kogyo is a trading company of J. Front Retailing Group that mainly handles chemical products, packaging materials, metallic parts, construction materials, electronic parts, and foods.
Daimaru Kogyo develops original gift items jointly with Daimaru Matsuzakaya Department Stores. We control the quality from the selection of raw materials through production under strict standards in order to supply safe and reliable products.
Daimaru Kogyo imports wines and foods from France and other countries, and supplies them to Daimaru Matsuzakaya Department Stores. We offer many brands of wines and foods, including the finest wines selected by Paul Bocuse, a master of French cuisine.
Daimaru Kogyo imports cans of ripe tomatoes and fruit produced in Italy, Beaujolais Nouveau and table wines in screw-cap PET bottles and other gourmet products from around the world for sale to high-end gourmet supermarkets.
“Smart One” is our original brand developed on the basic principles of “safety and reliability.” The product lineup mainly includes beverages made in Japan, and canned foods and groceries developed around the world.
Daimaru Kogyo plans and develops private brand products not found amongst competitors in line with customer requests. This includes producing private brand products with choice foodstuffs selected throughout the world.
Daimaru Kogyo provides total support for planning gifts from the selection of products through the preparation of gift catalogs, including midsummer and year-end gifts and gifts for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Christmas, and other seasonal events. We deal in a wide range of items best suited for gifts from low-priced items such as novelty goods of less than 100 yen to expensive items of several tens of thousands of yen.
Former President Hisashi Arisawa was awarded the title of Honorary Commander of Commanderie du Bontemps in Bordeaux, France.
Hisashi Arisawa, Former President of Daimaru Kogyo, was appointed as Honorary Commander of Commanderie du Bontemps at Chateau Lagrange in Saint-Julien, Bordeaux, France on June 20, 2013.
COMMANDERIE DU BONTEMPS
Wine-producing regions in France have commanderies to promote their wines and enhance their reputation. Commanderie du Bontemps is one of 76 wine brotherhoods in France. Its spirit is based on medieval chivalry. Under the philosophy that “if nothing in this world can be perfect, we will at least continue to move forward toward the unattainable goal,” they study grape growing and winemaking technology, provide information and training to wine growers and conduct public relations activities.