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■ M&A and sales activity to date

M&A Graph

■ Market share and business portfolio

Market size and share of the COLOWIDE Group

Market share & business portfolio image.

■ Sales share of izakaya and restaurants

Market share image.

■ Respective areas of responsibility


Metropolitan area (Tokyo and 3 prefectures), Kansai region, and overseas focused on izakaya


From Hokkaido to Kansai region focused on restaurants and izakaya

Reins International Inc.

Gyu-Kaku, ONYASAI, doma-doma and others, Japan and overseas

Kappa Create Holdings Co., Ltd.

Kappa-sushi, delicatessen business, Japan and overseas


■ Development of multi-format strategic dominance

The COLOWIDE Group is proceeding with “multi-format strategic dominance” by which stores with a variety of business formats are opened for the same region, building, or floor.
By formulating strategic dominance, we are able not only to achieve customer satisfaction by enabling them to choose according to taste, but also provide advantages to the group including reduced distribution costs, staff sharing and cooperation with nearby stores, and promotional coordination.

Multi-formats Strategic dominance.

■ Consolidations of businesses

Different types of business have increased in the COLOWIDE Group with its expansion. It now streamlines and consolidates prospective and competitive businesses for more efficient management. Improving branding of these consolidated businesses in terms of product, service or others enables us to maintain and enhance their advatage and competitiveness. As the next step, consolidation of R&D businesses is being considered.

Steady progress vitually achieved according to plan

■ Overseas deployment

Placing the axis on the food service market in South East Asia, which is growing far faster than its economic growth, and the Company expects to expand its network of establishments by flexibly combining direct deployment and franchisees (FC), taking into account the stages of development and foreign exchange regulations of each country.

Transition of overseas establishments