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16Bank The Juroku Bank, Ltd., has its business base in Gifu and Aichi prefectures, the industrial center of the Chubu region of Japan. The Bank has played a pivotal role as a leading financial institution in the 130 years since its establishment in 1877.
18Bank For 129 years since its founding, The Eighteenth Bank, Ltd. has been one of the foremost banks in Kyushu. We have a solid network of 101 branches, with 90 branches, including our head office, in our traditional base of Nagasaki Prefecture, and 11 branches in nearby Fukuoka, Kumamoto, and Yamaguchi Prefectures, as well as in the major cities of Tokyo and Osaka.
77 Bank Headquartered in Sendai - the capital of Miyagi Prefecture - the Bank is the largest in the Tohoku region, with its branch network covering this area in northern Honshu, Japan's largest island.
82 Bank Branches of Hachijuni Bank can be found in Nagano, Gunma, Saitama, Niigata and Gifu prefectures, as well as in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya metropolitan areas. We also have an overseas branch in Hong Kong, as well as, the Singapore Representative Office, the Shanghai Representative Office and Hachijuni Asia Limited, a subsidiary in Hong Kong.
Aichi Bank, Ltd. Aichi Bank is a regional bank whose business base is Aichi Prefecture, the central prefecture of the Tokai region, one of the country’s three main industrial areas.
Akita Bank The Akita Bank, Ltd., Kabushiki-gaisha Akita Ginkō?) (TYO: 8343) is a Japanese bank headquartered in Akita, Akita Prefecture. Although the bank’s core business comes from Akita prefecture, various branches are situated outside of the area. These include Koriyama, Sapporo, Morioka, Sendai, and Tokyo. The bank was noted for its initial reluctance to establish a wide ATM network, finally implementing one in January, 2003.
Akita Bank Ltd is a regional bank based in Akita. The Bank provides general banking services including deposits, loans, foreign exchange transactions, and securities investments. The Akita Bank also provides financial services such as letter of credit, leasing, and credit cards.
Annual Reports of Selected Regional Banks in Japan The site offers the latest annual reports of Japanese regional banks in PDF format. Japanese regional banks are financial institutions that support economic activities in close harmony with their regional economies.
Aomori Bank The Aomori Bank, Ltd. Kabushiki-gaisha Aomori Ginkō?) (TYO: 8342) is a Japanese bank headquartered in Aomori, Aomori Prefecture, in the Tōhoku region. Aomori Bank cooperated with other banks in the region to create a no-fee ATM network; this has declined due to the departure of one of the participant members, Michinoku Bank, in July 2005.
Aozora Bank Aozora Bank, Ltd. (Kabushiki-gaisha Aozora Ginkō?, lit. "Blue Sky Bank") is a Japanese commercial bank that offers service in 19 branches in Japan and in 5 overseas representative offices.
Asahi Bank merged with Sanwa Bank (UFJ Holdings, Inc) then incorporated in Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ,Ltd.
Bank of Iwate The Bank of Iwate, Limited (Kabushiki-gaisha Iwate Ginkō?) is a Japanese regional bank that is based out of Morioka, the capital of Iwate prefecture in the Tohoku region. The Morioka branch building, the site of the old Morioka Bank, is a historic landmark in the prefecture. Recently, the bank has opened branches in Sendai and Hachinohe; unfavorable business conditions forced the bank to close a branch in Sapporo.
Bank of Japan The Bank of Japan (Nippon Ginkō?, BOJ, JASDAQ: 8301) is the central bank of Japan.
Bank of Kinki Osaka The Kinki Osaka Bank, Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Resona Holdings, Inc., engages in retail banking activities in Osaka, Japan. It offers various financial products, such as mortgage loans and no guarantee fee mortgage loans.
Bank of Kyoto Since its establishment on October 1, 1941, The Bank of Kyoto, Ltd. (hereinafter, “the Bank”) and its consolidated subsidiaries have achieved steady growth as one of Kyoto Prefecture’s core financial institutions. The Bank’s fundamental mission is to contribute to the greater prosperity of the local community and the development of local industries. As Kyoto Prefecture’s largest retail bank, the Bank of Kyoto vigorously carries out marketing activities aimed at providing customers with high-quality financial services.
Bank of Okinawa, Ltd. The Bank’s main base of operations is Okinawa Prefecture, an island prefecture with abundant nature at the far southwestern end of the Japanese archipelago. It has a thriving tertiary sector, blessed with tourist attractions such as a subtropical oceanic climate and unique traditions and culture.
Bank of the Ryukyus The Bank of the Ryukyus, Ltd. was established in 1948 under an ordinance of the U.S. military for the purpose of restoring financial order and stabilizing the currency in order to facilitate the sound development of the Okinawan economy.
Bank of Tokyo Mitsubishi Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi and UFJ Bank have been integrated into Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ on January 1, 2006.
Chiba Bank The Chiba Bank, Ltd. (Kabushiki-gaisha Chiba Ginkō?) (TYO: 8331) is the biggest bank in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Listed on the Nikkei 225, it has branches in Osaka, New York, London, and Hong Kong. Chiba Bank is the third-largest of Japan’s 64 regional banking groups in terms of total assets. As of March 2008, it had total assets of ¥9.8 trillion and a loan portfolio topping ¥6.6 trillion, which also made it one of the world's 200 largest banks. It employes a full-timer staff of 3,675. The bank is headquartered in Chiba Prefecture, which lies adjacent to Japan’s capital Tokyo on Tokyo Bay and has one of the most important industrial concentrations anywhere in Japan. Chiba Bank has a 36.6% market share of lending and a 23.0% share of all deposits in the prefecture. Of the bank's network of 173 branches, 154 are within Chiba Prefecture. The bank’s strategy is to expand its branch network into adjacent prefectures along Tokyo-bound commter rail lines. It is also putting an emphasis on developing southern Chiba Prefecture as a tourist and resort area, particularly around the city of Kamogawa. The bank is well-managed and, although it posted a net loss in FY3/02 in finally clearing up 1980-vintage non-performing loans, it has since recorded six straight years of record earnings.
Chiba Kogyo Bank, Ltd Chiba Prefecture, the Bank’s business base, is a leading industrial prefecture located on the eastern coast of Japan's main island of Honshu, facing the Pacific Ocean.
Chikuho Bank A regional bank
Chugoku Bank Okayama Prefecture, home to the head offi ce of Chugoku Bank, is situated approximately 700 kilometers west of Tokyo. Facing the Seto Inland Sea, the prefecture is known throughout Japan as “the sunny land” due to its mild climate and consistently fi ne weather.
Chukyo Bank founded in 1943, is a leading regional bank headquartered in Nagoya, Japan's fourth most prominent city following Tokyo, Osaka and Yokohama. Offering regional and comprehensive financial services, the Bank bases its operations primarily in the three neighboring prefectures of Aichi, Mie, and Nara.
Hokkaido Bank Hokkaido Bank is a Japanese bank that is headquartered in Sapporo, Hokkaidō. The Hokkaido Bank is a subsidiary of the Hokuhoku Financial Group as a result of a merger with the Hokuriku Bank on September 1, 2004. The Hokkaido Bank has 134 domestic branches, with 131 of them in Hokkaidō, and one each in the Tohoku region, Tokyo, and Osaka.
Hokkoku Bank Hokkoku Bank (Kabushiki Kaisha Hokkoku Ginkō?) (TYO: 8363) is a Japanese bank that is headquartered in Kanazawa, Ishikawa prefecture, Japan. The term “Hokkoku” refers to a greater region in Japan that is more commonly known as Hokuriku, and encompasses Fukui, Ishikawa, and Toyama prefectures. While Hokkoku Bank is focused in Ishikawa prefecture, it has offices in the other two prefectures in the Hokuriku Region, as well as offices in Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Nagoya, and a representative office in Shanghai, China.
Hokuriku Bank The Hokuriku Bank, Ltd. (Kabushiki-gaisha Hokoriku Ginkō?) is a Japanese bank headquartered in Toyama, Toyama; Hokoriku refers to a greater region in Japan that encompasses Fukui, Ishikawa, and Toyoma prefectures. In addition to the Hokuriku region, the bank has branches in Kyoto, Osaka, Niigata, Nagano, Tokyo, Kanagawa, Gifu, Aichi, and Hokkaidō. The bank also operates overseas representative offices in Shanghai, Singapore, and New York City. The Hokuriku Bank is a subsidiary of the Hokuhoku Financial Group.
Hokuto Bank The Hokuto Bank (Kabushiki Kaisha Hokuto Ginkō?) is a Japanese bank that is headquartered in Akita, Akita prefecture. The bulk of the bank’s business is in Akita prefecture, although it does operate branches in regional cities such as Morioka and Sendai, as well as a branch in Tokyo. The bank’s largest stakeholder is the Mizuho Corporate Bank, Ltd..
Joyo Bank The Joyo Bank, Ltd. ( Jōyō Ginkō Kabushiki Kaisha?) (TYO: 8333) is a Japanese regional bank that is headquartered in Mito city, Ibaraki Prefecture. The bank is relatively large among Japanese regional lenders, and operates branches throughout the Kantō region. In addition to branches in Miyagi, Fukushima, Chiba, Saitama, Tokyo, and Osaka prefectures, the bank also operates a representative office in Shanghai. While the bank has many stakeholders, prominent shareholders include the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, along with several major Japanese insurance companies Ibaraki Prefecture is located to the northeast of Tokyo and has a total population of 3,976,000. Although the prefecture ranks only 24th in size among Japan's 47 prefectures, it ranks 4th in terms of usuable area. It is therefore one of the leading producers of agricultural products and has a largely rural population. As a consequence of this, Joyo Bank has had to maintain a large but inefficient branch network. This feature has helped the bank by limiting competition from other banks, with the result that Joyo Bank has beeen able to command a 38% market share of deposits and 42% share of loans in Ibaraki.
Kanto Tsukuba Bank The Kanto Tsukuba Bank, Ltd. (in Japanese) is a Japanese bank that is headquartered in Tsuchiura City, Ibaraki Prefecture. This bank was formed in 2003 as the result of a merger between the Kanto Bank and the Tsukuba Bank. While the bank has a majority of its branches in Ibaraki Prefecture, it operates several branches outside the prefecture, notable in Tokyo, Chiba, Tochigi, and Saitama Prefectures. The bank is known in its shortened form as the "Kan Gin." Its largest stakeholder is the Master Trust Bank of Japan, with over 6% of its shares.
Michinoku Bank Michinoku Bank (Kabushiki-gaisha Michinoku Ginkō?) is a Japanese bank that is headquartered in Aomori, Aomori Prefecture. The name “Michinoku” is distinctive in that it was the first use of hiragana in the name of a Japanese bank. Michonoku Bank, while focused on the Tōhoku region, has a network of branches and subsidiary companies that expands beyond the region. In Japan, Michinoku has offices in Hokkaidō, Akita, Iwate, Miyagi, and Saitama Prefectures, as well as a branch in Tokyo. Outside of Japan, Michinoku has established Michinoku Finance (Hong Kong) Ltd in Hong Kong, established representative offices in Wuhan and Shanghai, China, and has opened three branches throughout Russia in Moscow, Khabarovsk, and Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, through a subsidiary corporation, The Michonoku Bank (Moscow), though expansion into Russia has met with some controversy.
Mitsubishi Tokyo Financial Group Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Incorporated or MUFG, is a Japanese multinational corporation headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. It holds an asset of around US$1.2 trillion and is one of the main companies of the Mitsubishi Group. The company was formed on October 1, 2005 with the merger of Tokyo-based Mitsubishi Tokyo Financial Group (MTFG), formerly Japan's second-largest banking conglomerate, and Osaka-based UFJ Holdings, which was Japan's fourth-largest banking group. The company's headquarters are located in Chiyoda, Tokyo. The core banking units of the group, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi and UFJ Bank, were merged on January 1, 2006 to form The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd. This integration was originally scheduled to take place on October 1, 2005, the same day that the parent companies were merged. However, pressure from Japan's Financial Services Agency, which wanted to ensure the smooth systems integration of the two banking giants, caused the merger of the banks to be postponed for three months. The trust banking and securities units of MTFG and UFJ were merged according to the original schedule on October 1, 2005. Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc. had been delisted in London Stock Exchanges.
Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group  
Mizuho Financial Group Mizuho Financial Group, Inc. (Kabushiki-gaisha Mizuho Finansharu Gurūpu?), abbreviated as MHFG, or simply called Mizuho is a banking holding company headquartered in the Ōtemachi district of Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan. The name "mizuho (mizuho?)" means "abundant rice" in Japanese. It holds assets in excess of $1.44 trillion US dollars through its control of Mizuho Bank, Mizuho Corporate Bank, and other operating subsidiaries. The company's combined holdings form the second largest financial services group in Japan, and the ninth largest in the world by market capitalisation. It is the 59th largest company in the world according to Forbes Global 2000 rankings. Its shares have a primary listing on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. Mizuho offers a range of financial services, including banking, securities, trust and asset management services, employing more than 68,000 people in 30 countries . It also functions as one of the main companies of the DKB Group and the Fuyo Group.
Mizuho Securities Research & Links Mizuho Securities is an integrated securities firm, established on 1st October 2000 from the merger of DKB Securities, Fuji Securities and IBJ Securities. Mizuho Securities is the investment banking arm of the Mizuho Financial Group. subsidiary of The Industrial Bank of Japan (IBJ). The IBJ Group is determined to fully meet the confidence of its The English language website provides Research and Links to English language resources on the Japanese economy, finance, politics and law. There is also a comprehensive list of links to the English language websites of Japanese listed companies.
Resona Holdings, Inc. Resona Holdings, Inc. (Kabushiki-gaisha Risona Hōrudingusu?) (TYO: 8308) is the holding company of Resona Group (Risona Gurūpu?), the fourth-largest banking group in Japan. The company was originally established on December 12, 2001 as Daiwa Bank Holdings, Inc., the result of the consolidation of Daiwa Bank, Kinki Osaka Bank, and Nara Bank. After acquiring Asahi Bank on March 1, 2002, the company was renamed Resona Holdings, Inc. on October 1, 2002. The group has two head offices: one is located in Osaka, and the other in Tokyo.
Seven Bank Seven Bank, Ltd. (Japanese: ) is a bank in Japan. It is part of the IY Group, along with Seven & I Holdings Co., Ltd. (parent company of 7-Eleven Japan and of Ito Yokado). Until October 11, 2005, it was IY Bank ( -ginkō), taking its initials from Ito Yokado. Conducting its business primarily through the Internet, IY Bank has automatic teller machines in 7-Eleven convenience stores and Ito Yokado general-merchandise stores in Japan, and on April 27, 2005, it opened its first branch with live staff. Customers with accounts at certain banks can process transactions at IY terminals at no cost; IY collects a handling fee from customers at other banks. Seven Bank begun to accept foreign-issued ATM and credit cards in June 2007. Cards with VISA, Mastercard, American Express, JCB, China Union Pay, PLUS, or Cirrus logos on them all are accepted to withdraw yen from the machines.
Shinsei Bank Shinsei Bank, Ltd. (Kabushiki-gaisha Shinsei Ginkō?) is a Japanese commercial bank. Shinsei Bank divides its business into three components: retail banking, institutional banking and consumer/commercial finance.
Shonai Bank The Shonai Bank, Ltd. (Kabushikigaisha Shōnai Ginkō?, TYO: 8347) is a Japanese bank that is headquartered in Tsuruoka, Yamagata Prefecture. The bank is relatively small, even among Japanese regional banks, and operates primarily in Yamagata, though it also operate branches in Sendai, Tomiya, Fukushima, Akita in neighboring prefectures, as well as in the capital of Tokyo. In a departure from traditional Japanese banking practices, Shogin, as the bank is also known, maintains full teller-supported services on the weekends and holidays at all its branches.
Sony Bank Sony Bank is a Japanese commercial bank established in April 2001. It has no real branches or ATMs; all procedures are done on online or by telephone. It is a subsidiary of Sony Financial Holdings and a member of the Sony Group. Foreign currency deposits, investment trust, and home loans make up the bulk of transactions.
Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC, Mitsui Sumitomo Ginkō) is a Japanese bank based in Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan. It is a member of the Sumitomo Group and Mitsui Group.
Sumitomo Trust and Banking Sumitomo Trust & Banking Co., Ltd. (Sumitomo Shintaku Ginkō Kabushiki-gaisha?) (TYO: 8403) is a trust bank in Osaka, Japan. It is one of the Sumitomo Group core companies, and is closely tied to Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group.
The 77 Bank The 77 Bank, Ltd. (Kabushiki-gaisha Shichijūshichi Ginkō?) (TYO: 8341) is a Japanese bank that is headquarted in Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture. The designated financial institution of the prefecture, the city, and many other cities and towns throughout the prefecture, it performs duties such as holding deposits for public money and handling payments. It is also the biggest regional bank in the Tōhoku region. The 77 Bank is unique among other Tōhoku region banks in operating branches in Nagoya and Osaka. It also runs a representative office in Shanghai. Following criticism for lagging behind in the establishment of a cooperative ATM network, the bank is scheduled to enter into an agreement with two other convenience store operators within the prefecture in March, 2006.
Toho Bank The Toho Bank, Ltd. ( in Japanese) is a Japanese bank that is headquartered in Fukushima city, Fukushima prefecture. Toho Bank also operates some branches outside of Fukushima prefecture, with branches in Utsunomiya, Miyagi Prefecture, and Tokyo, among others.
Tohoku Bank Tohoku Bank ( in Japanese) is a Japanese bank that is headquartered in Morioka city, Iwate prefecture. The term Tōhoku refers to a greater region that encompasses the northern prefectures on Japan’s Honshū island. In spite of this, the bank’s branches are all located in Iwate prefecture. In terms of scale, the Tohoku Bank is one of the smallest regional banks in Japan. The bank was established in November, 1950 with assets of 60 million yen.
Tokai Bank The Tokai Bank, Limited, ranks seventh among Japan's city banks. It is headquartered in Nagoya, the principal city in Japan's industrial heartland of Chubu. Tokai Bank's branch network covers all three of Japan's major metropolitan centers. The Bank provides retail, commercial and investment banking, asset management and capital market services to domestic customers through 285 branches, 12 subsidiaries and 12 affiliates.
UFJ Holdings Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Incorporated (TYO: 8306 NYSE: MTU ), or MUFG, is a Japanese multinational corporation headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. It holds an asset of around US$1.2 trillion and is one of the main companies of the Mitsubishi Group. The company was formed on October 1, 2005 with the merger of Tokyo-based Mitsubishi Tokyo Financial Group (MTFG), formerly Japan's second-largest banking conglomerate, and Osaka-based UFJ Holdings, which was Japan's fourth-largest banking group. The company's headquarters are located in Chiyoda, Tokyo. The core banking units of the group, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi and UFJ Bank, were merged on January 1, 2006 to form The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ, Ltd. This integration was originally scheduled to take place on October 1, 2005, the same day that the parent companies were merged. However, pressure from Japan's Financial Services Agency, which wanted to ensure the smooth systems integration of the two banking giants, caused the merger of the banks to be postponed for three months. The trust banking and securities units of MTFG and UFJ were merged according to the original schedule on October 1, 2005. Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, Inc. had been delisted in London Stock Exchanges.
Yamagata Bank The Yamagata Bank, Ltd. (Kabushiki-gaisha Yamagata Ginkō?) (TYO: 8344) is a Japanese bank that is based out of Yamagata city, Yamagata prefecture. Most of the bank’s branches are in Yamagata prefecture, or other major cities in the Tohoku region, with a branch in Tokyo as well. The principal shareholders as of March, 2005 were the The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, Ltd. and Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company.
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