Furukawa Group
FounderFurukawa family

Furukawa Group (古河グループ, Furukawa Gurūpu) formerly Furukawa zaibatsu (古河財閥) is one of Japan's 15 largest industrial groups. Its origins date back to 1875, founder Furukawa Ichibei. This group specialized in mining, electronics, and chemicals industry before World War II.[1]

Now, the predominant companies are Fuji Electric and Furukawa Electric as well as Fujitsu, FANUC, and Advantest. Other well-known companies include Yokohama Rubber.

Member companies

Member companies which are in the Nikkei 225


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