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Message from the President

The founding of Nadaman dates back to the year 1830 (the first year of the Tenpō era), and it has been maintaining the authentic style in the world of Japanese cuisine. The brand name, "NADAMAN," is derived from the name of its founder, NADAYA Mansuke. Additionally, it has been praised in the novels of famous writers.

In the Tokyo Summit of 1986, the first official dinner party was held at the main branch, Sazanka-so. Throughout its long history, Nadaman has inherited traditional Japanese cuisine and played a role in various diplomatic events, continuing to uphold the authentic principles.

Guided by the spirit of "A long-standing restaurant is always new" the company focuses on restaurant operations, food production, and overseas branch. We strive daily to provide the best hospitality tailored to the times for everyone, both domestically and internationally.

As we approach the year 2030, marking our 200th anniversary, we are committed to polishing and evolving time-honored brand that we have inherited from our predecessors over the years.

We aim to connect it to the next era, responding to the expectations of our customers and dedicating ourselves to the further development of Japanese cuisine.
We sincerely appreciate your continued support.
Kazutoshi Onuki

President
Kazutoshi Onuki

Outline

Company Name
NADAMAN CO., LTD.
Representative
Kazutoshi Onuki, President
Inauguration
1830
Establishment
1951
Number of Employees
1,300 (M: 700, F: 600)
Capital
41 million yen
Shareholder
ASAHI GROUP JAPAN, LTD.
Headquarters
150-0022
2F Asahi Group Calpis Ebisu Building, 2-4-1 Ebisu Minami, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
TEL: 03-5724-3360
Shops
Restaurants:
25 branches in Japan - Tokyo, Yokohama, Hakone, Nagoya, Kyoto, Osaka, Kobe, Hiroshima, Fukuoka, Sendai, Sapporo
4 overseas branches in Guangzhou, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur

44 NADAMAN food shops:
Tokyo, Chiba, Kanagawa, Saitama, Shizuoka, Nagoya, Kyoto, Nara, Osaka, Kobe, Nishinomiya, Fukuoka, Kokura, Sapporo