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Group Overview / History

Overview

The Moroto group encompasses a wide range of industries, from forestry, where we cultivate trees as a sustainable natural resource, to real estate ventures, which strive to create more urban spaces. We hope to deliver true prosperity to individuals and society through our comprehensive business acumen. Our group’s companies are ready to bring together their individual know-how and networks to address all needs and challenges.

Company Name: Moroto Holdings Co., Ltd.
Name of Representatives: Representative Director Kiyotaka Moroto, Kiyoyasu Moroto.
Business Area: Moroto Group management
Head Office: Display map 18, Taichimaru, Kuwana, Mie Prefecture
TEL.0594-21-1133 FAX.0594-21-1109
Tokyo Office: Display map Shin-Tokyo Building 2F-No.231, 3-3-1, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
TEL.03-3214-4991 FAX.03-3214-4992
Group organization chart:  
Group organization chart Moroto Holdings Co., Ltd. Forestry Landscaping Moroto Forest Co., Ltd. Auto Camp Moroto Forest Co., Ltd. Real Estate Moroto Building Co., Ltd. Tokyo Service Co., Ltd. Moroto Forest Co., Ltd. Power Plant Moroto Investment Co., Ltd. Golf Course Green Plaza Co., Ltd. Three Lakes Country Club Co., Ltd. Investment Moroto Building Co., Ltd. Lifestyle MFSJ Co., Ltd.

History

1863 (3rd year, Bunkyu era) Seiroku Moroto founded Utsumiya (which later became the Moroto Store) in Kuwana District, Ise Province (now Kuwana, Mie Prefecture).
1878 (11th year, Meiji era) Seiroku Moroto became a purveyor for the Ministry of Finance.
1889 (22nd year, Meiji era) The head office was moved to Taichimaru, Kuwana-cho (which later became Kuwana city), Mie Prefecture. Utsumiya was renamed the Moroto Store.
1890 (23rd year, Meiji era) The forestry business was started after acquisition of a piece of forested land in Misetani, Odai-cho, Taki District, Mie Prefecture.
1896 (29th year, Meiji era) Seiroku Moroto acquired forested lands in Sakanoshitamura, Suzuka District, Mie Prefecture, and Mt.Tanzawa in Kanagawa Prefecture.
1897 (30th year, Meiji era) Seiroku Moroto acquired additional forested land in Kabutomura, Suzuka District, Mie Prefecture. The forestry business at Sakanoshitamura and Mt.Tanzawa commenced.
1940 (15th year, Showa era) Moroto Forest Co., Ltd. was established.
1955 (30th year, Showa era) Tokyo Service Co., Ltd. was established.
1957 (32nd year, Showa era) Moroto Shokai Co., Ltd. was established.
1967 (42nd year, Showa era) Moroto Tochi Co., Ltd. was established.
1968 (43rd year, Showa era) Moroto Forest Co., Ltd. acquired more forested land in Minamiizu, Shizuoka Prefecture.
1972 (47th year, Showa era) Green Plaza Co., Ltd. was established along with the construction of Three Lakes Country Club.
1977 (52nd Showa era) Three Lakes Country Club officially opened in Inabe, Mie Prefecture.
1989 (1st year, Heisei) The real estate business in the Tokyo metropolitan area was officially inaugurated with the completion of Moroto Building I by Tokyo Service Co., Ltd.
1992 (4th year, Heisei) Moroto Building II was completed by Moroto Forest Co., Ltd.
1995 (7th year, Heisei) BOSCO Auto Camp Base officially opened on Mt.Tanzawa, Kanagawa Prefecture.
2001 (13th year, Heisei era) The Sun Ebisu apartment building was completed on land owned by Moroto Tochi Co., Ltd.
2004 (16th year, Heisei era) Moroto Holdings Co., Ltd. was established as a holding company for the Moroto Group.
2004 (16th year, Heisei era) The Forest Nanpeidai apartments were completed by Moroto Forest Co., Ltd., followed by commencement of the apartment rental business.
2005 (17th year, Heisei era) Moroto Forestry Landscape Co., Ltd. was founded to run the forestry projects previously operated by Moroto Forest Co., Ltd.
2006 (18th year, Heisei era) Three Lakes Country Club Co., Ltd. was established to manage the golf course as an independent company.
2007 (19th year, Heisei era) To separate the real estate and forestry businesses, Moroto Forest Co., Ltd. was renamed Moroto Building Co., Ltd. and another spin-off company was established under the name Moroto Forest Co., Ltd.
2008 (20th year, Heisei era) Moroto Forestry Landscaping Co., Ltd. merged with Moroto Forest Co., Ltd.
2013 (25th year, Heisei era) Moroto Tochi Co., Ltd. and Moroto Shokai Co., Ltd. both merged with Moroto Forest Co., Ltd.
2013 (25th year, Heisei era) Moroto Building Co., Ltd. commenced its electric power generation business.
2016 (28th year, Heisei era) MFSJ Co., Ltd., now a new subsidiary company of Moroto Holdings, was acquired.