Corporate Profile

Trade Name PARIS MIKI HOLDINGS Inc.
Foundation October 10, 1930
HISTORY
Establish-
ment
January 27, 1950
Location of Head Office 10F Shiodome Shiba-Rikyu Building, 1-2-3 Kaigan, Minato-ku,
Tokyo Japan (P.C 105-0022)
Capital 5,901,075,000 yen
Directors
Chairman
and Representative Director
Mikio Tane
President
and Representative Director
Masahiro Sawada
Director,
Executive Vice President
Fumihiko Nakao
Outside Director Akiko Iwamoto
Outside Director Satoru Nino
Audit & Supervisory Board Members
Standing Audit & Supervisory
Board Member
Toshiro Nagata
Outside Audit & Supervisory
Board Member
Yoshiaki Nishimura
Outside Audit & Supervisory
Board Member
Toshiki Sada
Executive Officers
Executive Officer Yuji Tsuneyoshi
Executive Officer Mafumi Tanada
Executive Officer Yuji Kayama
Executive Officer Ryoichi Tominaga
Principal Share-
holders
Name Number
of
shares held
Owner-
ship
ratio(%)
Lunettes Inc. 21,323,699 41.97

Information on principal shareholders is as of March 31, 2021.

How to Reach Us

Location 10F Shiodome Shiba-Rikyu Building, 1-2-3 Kaigan, Minato-ku, Tokyo Japan (P.C 105-0022)
Tel +81-3-6432-0711
Visiting Our Office
  • 2 mins walk from JR line Hamamatsucho Station
  • 3 mins walk from Tokyo Monorail Hamamatsucho Station
  • 2 mins walk from Toei Oedo Line Daimon Station
  • 4 mins walk from Toei Asakusa Line Daimon Station
  • 5 mins walk from Yurikamome Line Takeshiba Station

CORPORATE LOGO “MANDALA”

CORPORATE LOGO “MANDALA”

This corporate logo embodies the philosophy of the PARIS MIKI Group, which aspires to continued expansion, encounters and connections with people across various cultures, genders and generations.

MANDALA has the letters that spell PARIS MIKI lined up in two directions, outside and inside, and the design gives a sense of rotation. The logo indicates the desire of the PARIS MIKI Group, consisting of people whose personalities differ, to be a presence that serves as a centrifugal force to provide new values and services, while also acting as a centripetal force on people and objects. It also represents the Group' s aspiration to continue to be dynamic, represented by the way a rotating circle generates dynamism.