2139-5 Migawa-Cyo, Mito-City, Ibaraki, JAPAN
2139-5 Migawa-Cyo, Mito-City, Ibaraki
President Taichi Hayashi
Nature of business
1. Manufacturing and sale of Japanese-Western confectionery made from byproducts
2. Sale of Wagashi (Japanese confectionery) and stocking of its ingredient
3. Processing and sale of marine products, farm products, and manufacturing and selling of pickles
4. Nutritional science research
5. Making and selling of light meals and drinks
6. Inside and outside trade business
7. Sightseeing business
8. Provision of loss insurance
9. Sale of alcoholic beverages
10. Any business incidental to the business set forth in the preceding items
MITO NO UME / UMEFUKUSA / NOSHIUME /
YOSHIWARADENCYU / UME YOKAN / KURI YOKAN /
SHIO YOKAN / MELON YOKAN,
Various other special products
Selection of UME products / 3 types of UME YOKAN /
DORAYAKI / MIZU YOKAN
Seasonal Namagashi (fresh Japanese sweets),
Assortment for congratulations and condolences and so on
MIYABI NO UME / IBARAKI NO KURI / HOUSYAYAKI /
KAMEKAN / IBARAKI KURIMAN / AMAMIＴSUKI,
Various other baked confectionery
NANBAN MATCHA CASTELLA / ANTLERS SABLE /
SHICHIROMA POTATO / UME SABLE,
Various other western confectionery
Various decorated cakes, Seasonal fresh cakes,
Confectionery for congratulations,
Various other confectionery
History of KAMEJIRUSHI
The company began when Mr. Kamekichi Hayashi, the founder of KAMEJIRUSHI, started running a pickle shop manufacturing pickled plums in Mito city.
When the second generation of the family took over, they diversified and included the production and sale of confectionery made from a variety of products sourced locally.
According to history, it's said that confectionery based on the pickled plum wrapped with beefsteak leaf, was made by an order from Mr. Nariaki Tokugawa during the Edo-Tenpo era.
And based on this information, 'Hoshino ume' which is a white bean jam wrapped in beefsteak leaf was created and has been sold since this time. This is the beginning of 'Mitono ume', a local specialty of Mito city.
When the third generation of the family took over, they changed the product name from 'Hoshino ume' to 'Mitono ume' and according to history, this product was presented to the Imperial Court during the years of Taisho. They closed the pickle shop after the war and focused on the manufacture of confectionery and working on improving their established products such as 'Noshi ume' and 'Yoshiwaradenchu'.
The company was established and started trading as Kamejirushi Seika Co., Ltd. And 'Mitono ume' was awarded a 'gold prize' 3 times at the National Confectionery Exposition.
A factory with modern facilities was built in Miwa-cho (current Mikawa-cho) and the main factory was relocated there.
In order to expand into the market, we made the wholesale section independent and established the 'Kamejirushi Shoji Co.,Ltd.' company
We separated the restaurant section and established 'Restaurant Kamejirushi Co.,Ltd.' We then established a more customer focused management approach and monitor each stage of production and look for improvements, we are striving to increase market share and to promote our brand and image. through improvements in product research and quality, technical developments and creation of new products.
Our product 'Miyabino ume' was awarded the Honorary President Award at the National Confectionery Exposition in 1984.
The head office and the factory moved to our current place in Mikawa-cho.
Not to mention modernization of our head office and factory facilities, to create what we call the 'Factory of confectionery and dreams', we've expanded and modernised our facilities and established the first 'Museum of confectionery' in Japan for people to enjoy tours of our factory and enable them to purchase our confectionery within the factory.
Ibaraki HACCP Certification
Certificate Number 25-3
Social contribution activity
Gallery 'Mitonoume' was established in order to promote and develop local culture. We hope it would be used as a place for artists from various fields to showcase their talent, a place to exhibit local art work and also as a place for companies to introduce and exhibit their new products.