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Corporate Profile Company

About Kikko

In recent years, while the need for diverse languages is increasing including Chinese and Korean, not only English, Kikko is capable of responding to approximately 90 global languages. Moreover, it also requires personnel who have knowledge and understanding each society and culture, and international sensibilities like manners, not just simply understanding a foreign language. Kikko as a company which satisfies these two requirements have continued to gain confidence and experience since our establishment in 1979. In the international society of the 21st century which is becoming more diversified than ever, the collective efforts of Kikko provide the international hospitality demanded by people, and link it to the new future.


Corporate
Information

Company Name

Kikko Corporation

Established

June 1979

Capital

20,000,000 yen

Chairperson/ Founder

Ine Kikkawa

President

Tomio Ikoma

Address
Head Office
Sanno Park Tower 3F
2-11-1 Nagata-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-6103
Tel. 03-3593-1485 (Main line)
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Foreign Language Center
1st Members' Office Bldg. of the House of Representatives B4
2-2-1 Nagata-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0014
Kansai Branch
KF Center Bldg. 4F
3-6-2 Bingomachi, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi 541-0051
Tel. 06-6264-4254
Business Activities
  1. Interpretation, translation, visual-media translation
  2. Worker Dispatching Undertaking (Ha 13-01-0057)
  3. Fee-Charging Employment Placement Business (13 Yu010898)
  4. Undertaking of organization, management and services of various events and parties (Attendant and produce)
  5. Undertaking of planning and management, etc. of international conferences and exhibitions
  6. Development of study abroad programs and recruitment of study abroad programs to promote internationalization of education for junior high school students and high school students, etc.
  7. Management of education lectures and classes concerning education, psychology, foreign languages, general education and interests for members of society
  8. Sales, mail order sales and export and import of teaching aids, educational tools, and educational books
Main Banks
  • Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Toranomon Branch
  • Mizuho Bank, Akasaka Branch
  • Mizuho Bank, Toranomon Branch
  • Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Kasumigaseki Branch
  • Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Hibiya Branch
Main Customers
  • Diet and government agencies related
  • Television stations in Tokyo
  • Tokyo area hotels and convention halls related
  • Various major companies and VIP offices in corporations
  • Others
  • Company Name

    Kikko Corporation

  • Established

    June 1979

  • Capital

    20,000,000 yen

  • Chairperson/ Founder

    Ine Kikkawa

  • President

    Tomio Ikoma

  • Address
    Head Office
    Sanno Park Tower 3F
    2-11-1 Nagata-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-6103
    Tel. 03-3593-1485 (Main line)
    Access MAP
    Foreign Language Center
    1st Members' Office Bldg. of the House of Representatives B4
    2-2-1 Nagata-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0014
    Kansai Branch
    KF Center Bldg. 4F
    3-6-2 Bingomachi, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi 541-0051
    Tel. 06-6264-4254
  • Business Activities
    1. Interpretation, translation, visual-media translation
    2. Worker Dispatching Undertaking (Ha 13-01-0057)
    3. Fee-Charging Employment Placement Business (13 Yu010898)
    4. Undertaking of organization, management and services of various events and parties (Attendant and produce)
    5. Undertaking of planning and management, etc. of international conferences and exhibitions
    6. Development of study abroad programs and recruitment of study abroad programs to promote internationalization of education for junior high school students and high school students, etc.
    7. Management of education lectures and classes concerning education, psychology, foreign languages, general education and interests for members of society
    8. Sales, mail order sales and export and import of teaching aids, educational tools, and educational books
  • Main Banks
    • Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Toranomon Branch
    • Mizuho Bank, Akasaka Branch
    • Mizuho Bank, Toranomon Branch
    • Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Kasumigaseki Branch
    • Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Hibiya Branch
  • Main Customers
    • Diet and government agencies related
    • Television stations in Tokyo
    • Tokyo area hotels and convention halls related
    • Various major companies and VIP offices in corporations
    • Others

History

1979

Established Kikko Co., Ltd. as a temporary staffing agency focusing on the interpretation & translation business, and party attendant business in the Nagata-cho TBR Building

1984

Changed trade name from a Co., Ltd. to Corporation Started general worker dispatching undertaking business

1990

Established a foreign language center in the 1st Members' Office Bldg. of the House of Representatives

1991

Launched the "Interdependent World Institute" with the support and cooperation of domestic/overseas companies, government officials, academic experts, and journalists, etc.

[Contents of Activities]
  • Holding of international symposiums and lectures for promoting world peace and cultural exchange
  • Introduction of the culture and lifestyle of Japan to overseas
1992

Held the 1st symposium on "Post-Cold War World and Selection of Japan" of the Interdependent World Institute

[Baseline Report]
Mr. Michael V. Kosty, Director of U.S. Institute of International Affairs
[Panelists]
Mr. Thomas R. Reid, Chief of the Washington Post Far East Bureau
Mr. Ken Moroi, Chairman of Chichibu Cement Co., Ltd.
Mr. Kazuo Ogura, Director-General of the Economic Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Professor Terumasa Nakanishi, School of International Relations, University of Shizuoka

Held 2nd symposium on "People, Culture and Earth" of the Interdependent World Institute

[Keynote Speakers]
Soshitsu Sen, Grand Master of the Urasenke Tea Tradition
[Panelists]
Mr. Kazuo Ogura, Director-General of the Economic Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Professor Chieko Mulhern, Fukuoka Jo Gakuin University
Professor Gregory Clark, Sophia University
Mrs. Eiko Oya, Journalist
1993

Established a "Business Center" at the same time the Yokohama Landmark Tower was opened

1994

Started BBC broadcast interpretation business

1995

Held 3rd symposium on "Gorbe, A Person and Political Philosophy Restructuring of Peace after the End of the Cold War" of the Interdependent World Institute

[Keynote Speaker]
Mr. Mikhail Gorbachev, Former President of the Soviet Union
[Panelists]

Mr. Shintaro Ishihara, former Minister of Transport
Mr. Taro Nakayama, former Minister of Foreign Affairs
Professor Shigeki Hakamada, School of International Politics, Economics & Communication, Aoyama Gakuin University Professor Yoshiaki Izaka, Faculty of Law, Gakushuin University
Mr. Shinji Fukukawa, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Dentsu Institute for Human Studies

2003

Started Fee-Charging Employment Placement Business

2006

Increased capital to 20 million yen

2009

Started Service Center Business in 1st Members' Office Bldg. of the House of Representatives

2010

Relocated Head Office from the Nagata-cho TBR Bldg. to the Sanno Park Tower

2011

Started 2020 Olympics invitation related business

2016

Became a group company of Withus Corporation
Ine Kikkawa assumed position as Chairman of the Board of Directors, and Tomio Ikoma assumed position as President

2017

Established Kansai Branch in Osaka大阪に関西支社を開設

  • 1979

    Established Kikko Co., Ltd. as a temporary staffing agency focusing on the interpretation & translation business, and party attendant business in the Nagata-cho TBR Building

  • 1984

    Changed trade name from a Co., Ltd. to Corporation Started general worker dispatching undertaking business

  • 1990

    Established a foreign language center in the 1st Members' Office Bldg. of the House of Representatives

  • 1991

    Launched the "Interdependent World Institute" with the support and cooperation of domestic/overseas companies, government officials, academic experts, and journalists, etc.

    [Contents of Activities]
    • Holding of international symposiums and lectures for promoting world peace and cultural exchange
    • Introduction of the culture and lifestyle of Japan to overseas
  • 1992

    Held the 1st symposium on "Post-Cold War World and Selection of Japan" of the Interdependent World Institute

    [Baseline Report]
    Mr. Michael V. Kosty, Director of U.S. Institute of International Affairs
    [Panelists]
    Mr. Thomas R. Reid, Chief of the Washington Post Far East Bureau
    Mr. Ken Moroi, Chairman of Chichibu Cement Co., Ltd.
    Mr. Kazuo Ogura, Director-General of the Economic Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    Professor Terumasa Nakanishi, School of International Relations, University of Shizuoka

    Held 2nd symposium on "People, Culture and Earth" of the Interdependent World Institute

    [Keynote Speakers]
    Soshitsu Sen, Grand Master of the Urasenke Tea Tradition
    [Panelists]
    Mr. Kazuo Ogura, Director-General of the Economic Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    Professor Chieko Mulhern, Fukuoka Jo Gakuin University
    Professor Gregory Clark, Sophia University
    Mrs. Eiko Oya, Journalist
  • 1993

    Established a "Business Center" at the same time the Yokohama Landmark Tower was opened

  • 1994

    Started BBC broadcast interpretation business

  • 1995

    Held 3rd symposium on "Gorbe, A Person and Political Philosophy Restructuring of Peace after the End of the Cold War" of the Interdependent World Institute

    [Keynote Speaker]
    Mr. Mikhail Gorbachev, Former President of the Soviet Union
    [Panelists]

    Mr. Shintaro Ishihara, former Minister of Transport
    Mr. Taro Nakayama, former Minister of Foreign Affairs
    Professor Shigeki Hakamada, School of International Politics, Economics & Communication, Aoyama Gakuin University
    Professor Yoshiaki Izaka, Faculty of Law, Gakushuin University
    Mr. Shinji Fukukawa, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Dentsu Institute for Human Studies

  • 2003

    Started Fee-Charging Employment Placement Business

  • 2006

    Increased capital to 20 million yen

  • 2009

    Started Service Center Business in 1st Members' Office Bldg. of the House of Representatives

  • 2010

    Relocated Head Office from the Nagata-cho TBR Bldg. to the Sanno Park Tower

  • 2011

    Started 2020 Olympics invitation related business

  • 2016

    Became a group company of Withus Corporation
    Ine Kikkawa assumed position as Chairman of the Board of Directors, and Tomio Ikoma assumed position as President

  • 2017

    Established Kansai Branch in Osaka