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Our company is located almost in the center of Hokkaido, in the territory of Daisetsuzan National Park – the largest National Park in Japan, which preserves a densely forested, mountainous area of virtually unspoiled wilderness, which equals more than ten times the size of Osaka City. It is a paradise for hikers, outdoor lovers, deer and brown bears.
Daiei is covering an area of 39,600 square meters. It is 15 km away from Asahikawa city and 5 km away from the Asahikawa Airport. When the weather is fine, you can enjoy a glorious view of Daisetsuzan peaks. The area of Daisetsuzan National Park is famous for its plentiful nature and rich forest recourses. A lot of wood enterprises are concentrated here.
At the present time Daiei is one of the leading suppliers of woodworking equipment and tooling in the region. Our technology has been progressing for years, concentrating our efforts not only on nationwide business, but also on the development of international trade relationships. That's why, we can offer you a wide range of equipment and parts, both Japanese products and their foreign equivalents.

We highly appreciate your support and cooperation, and look forward to working with you in future!

Name Daiei Co., Ltd.
Address 071-1426 Japan , Hokkaido , Kamikawagun, Higashikawacho, Kitamachi 10-1-1
Tel +81-166-82-4000
Fax +81-166-82-4300
E-mail admin@daieikk.co.jp
Foundation May, 1967
Capital 24 million yen
President Osumi Takuya
- Woodworking equipment of Japanese and foreign manufacturers
(including rich assortment of used equipment)
- Associated equipment and tooling
- Activity related to importing equipment from abroad

May, 1967 Was formed as a supply branch of Eno Sangyo
(Japanese manufacturer of debarking and log rounding machines, wood drying kilns etc.)
November, 1969 Moved to a new office building in the center of Asahikawa city.
August, 1975 Began importing castings and cutters from Taiwan
May, 1985 Began importing materials from South Korea.
November, 1992 Moved to a new office building in Higashikawa
March, 1993 Began importing materials from China.

071-1426 Japan, Hokkaido, Kamikawagun, Higashikawacho, Kitamachi 10-1-1
TEL: +81-166-82-4300 FAX: +81-166-82-3044