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History

  • Oct. 2018
    Hokuriku Toho (former KYOUEI DRUG WHOLESALERS, Toyama) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary.
  • Sep. 2018
    SAYWELL (Hiroshima) is merged with Kyoso Mirai Yamaguchi Pharmaceutical (Yamaguchi) and Kyoso Mirai Hiroshima Pharmaceutical (Hiroshima) to establish SAYWELL.
    Kyushu Toho (Fukuoka) is merged with Kyoso Mirai Fukuoka Pharmaceutical (Fukuoka), Kyoso Mirai Oita Pharmaceutical (Oita), Kyoso Mirai Kumamoto Pharmaceutical (Kumamoto) and Kyoso Mirai Kagoshima Pharmaceutical (Kagoshima) to establish Kyushu Toho.
    Okinawa Toho (Okinawa) is merged with Kyoso Mirai Okinawa Pharmaceutical (Okinawa) to establish Okinawa Toho.
  • Apr. 2017
    Godo Toho (Osaka) is merged with Toho Pharmaceutical.
  • Jan. 2017
    Nippou Medic (Miyazaki) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary.
  • Jan. 2017
    MCOM kyushu (Fukuoka) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary.
  • Nov. 2016
    Change of the company name from Yell Pharmaceutical to KYOSOMIRAI PHARMA CO., LTD. (Tokyo)
  • Oct. 2016
    TAISHODO (Shiga) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary.
  • Sep. 2016
    Yell Pharmaceutical (Tokyo) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary.
  • Sep. 2016
    Seven member companies of the TaiyoYakuhin Group becomes wholly owned subsidiaries.
  • Jun. 2016
    Shift to a company with audit and supervisory committee.
  • Jun. 2015
    Shift to an operating holding company structure.
  • Jan. 2014
    Okinawa Toho (Nakagami-gun) is merged with Okinawa Sawai Pharmaceutical (Naha) to establish Okinawa Toho Co., Ltd.
  • Nov. 2013
    The Reorganization of Dispensing Pharmacy Business Companies (Japan Pharmacy, Yotsuba, Pharma Square, Mirai, Nest and Jus-Pharma are merged with Pharma Mirai).
  • Oct. 2013
    Honma Toho (Niigata), Yamaguchi Toho (Tsuchiura), Ogawa Toho (Takasaki) and Sue Pharmaceutical (Midori) are merged with Toho Pharmaceutical.
  • Jul. 2013
    Koizumi Yakuhin (Sendai) is merged with Toho Pharmaceutical. Okinawa Sawai Pharmaceutical (Naha) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary.
  • Apr. 2013
    Toho Holdings has established Orphan Trust Japan Co., Ltd.
  • Jan. 2012
    Shouei (Aomori) is merged with Toho Pharmaceutical.
  • Oct. 2011
    Koizumi Yakuhin (Sendai) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary.
  • Apr. 2011
    Shouei(Aomori) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary.
  • Oct. 2010
    ASUCOME (Sendai) is merged with Toho Pharmaceutical.
  • Jun. 2010
    Okinawa Toho (Naha) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary.
  • May. 2010
    Toho Holdings has established Hubei Kyoso Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. (Joint venture company)
  • Feb. 2010
    ASUCOME (Sendai) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary. (Business alliance since Oct 2000)
  • Jan. 2010
    SANUS (Hiroshima) is merged with OMWELL(Hiroshima) to establish SAYWELL Inc.
  • Oct. 2009
    Kyushu Toho (Kumamoto) is merged with Mori Pharmaceutical (Miyazaki) to establish Kyushu Toho Co,. Ltd. OMWELL (Hiroshima) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary. The Reorganization of Dispensing Pharmacy Business Companies.
  • Apr. 2009
    Shift to a pure holding company structure and change of the company name from Toho Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. to TOHO HOLDINGS CO., LTD.
  • Feb. 2009
    Nagaoka Pharmaceutical (Nagaoka) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary. (Business alliance since Mar 1990)
  • Nov. 2008
    Sue Pharmaceutical (Midori) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary. (Business alliance since Apr 1987) Ethos (Tokyo) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary.
  • Oct. 2008
    Yamaguchi Toho (Tsuchiura) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary. (Becomes a subsidiary in Apr 2003) Ogawa Toho (Takasaki) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary. (Becomes a subsidiary in Apr 2003)
  • Feb. 2008
    Honma Toho (Niigata) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary. (Becomes a subsidiary in Oct 2001) KOYO (Takamatsu) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary. (Becomes a subsidiary in Oct 2005)
  • Jan. 2008
    Mori Pharmaceutical (Miyazaki) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary. (Business alliance since Sep 2007)
  • Aug. 2007
    Enters into business alliance with OHKI (Tokyo) and KOKUBU (Tokyo).
  • Apr. 2007
    YAKUSHIN (Fukuoka) is merged with Tsuruhara Yoshii (Kumamoto) to establish Kyushu Toho.
  • Oct. 2006
    Tokai Toho (Nagoya) is merged with Toho Pharmaceutical.
  • Apr. 2006
    Tsuruhara Yoshii (Kumamoto) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary. (Business alliance since Jan 2001)
  • Nov. 2005
    The HEREON Group established.
  • Oct. 2005
    KOYO (Takamatsu) becomes a partly owned subsidiary. (Business alliance since Jul 2003) Kinoshita Yakuhin is merged with Godo toho.
  • Jun. 2005
    Enters into business alliance with OHKI (Tokyo).
  • Apr. 2005
    Kinoshita Yakuhin (Nara) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary. (Business alliance since Jun 2001)
  • Mar. 2005
    Enters into business alliance with HOKUYAKU (Sapporo), VITAL-NET (Sendai), Nabelin (Matsumoto), Nakakita Yakuhin (Nagoya), KSK (Osaka), ASTEM (Oita).
  • Jan. 2005
    Godo Toho (Osaka) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary and takes over pharmaceutical sales in Osaka and Hyogo.
  • Nov. 2004
    YAKUSHIN (Fukuoka) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary. (Business alliance since Aug 2001)
  • Oct. 2004
    Enters into business alliance with FLET (Kanazawa). Takes over pharmaceutical sales in Saitama from Kurihara Bentendo. (Business alliance since Jan 2000)
  • Mar. 2004
    Toho Pharmaceutical listed on the First Section of Tokyo Stock Exchange.
  • Apr. 2003
    Oagawa Toho (former Ogawa Yakuhin) becomes a partly owned subsidiary and takes over pharmaceutical sales in Gunma. (Business alliance since Sep 1999) Yamaguchi Toho (Ibaraki) becomes a partly owned subsidiary. (Business alliance since Sep 2001) Takes over medical equipment and test agent sales from ASUCOME.
  • Dec. 2002
    Toho Pharmaceutical listed on the Second Section of Tokyo Stock Exchange.
  • Oct. 2002
    Tokai Toho (former Funabashi Yakuhin) becomes a partly owned subsidiary and takes over pharmaceutical sales in Shizuoka. (Business alliance since Apr 2000) Transfers pharmaceutical sales in Ibraki to Yamaguchi Toho (former Yamaguchi Yakuhin). Takes over pharmaceutical sales in Tochigi from Yamaguchi Toho. Transfers pharmaceutical sales in Aomori to Shouei. Takes over pharmaceutical sales in Akita from Shouei. Takes over pharmaceutical sales in Akita and Tochigi from ASUCOME.
  • Oct. 2001
    Honma Toho (former Honma Yakuhin) becomes a partly owned subsidiary and takes over pharmaceutical sales in Niigata. (Business alliance since Mar 2000)
  • Mar. 2001
    Takes over prescription pharmaceutical sales in Gunma from Maruzen Yakuhin.
  • Mar. 2000
    Takes over prescription pharmaceutical sales in Okayama from KSK.
  • Oct. 2000
    SANUS (Hiroshima) becomes a wholly owned subsidiary and takes over pharmaceutical sales in Hiroshima and Okayama. Takes over sales from Oshima Yakuhin (Sapporo).
  • Feb. 2000
    Takes over test agent sales in Kumamoto from Tsuruhara Yoshii.
  • Jan. 2000
    Dohritsu Yakuhin (Sapporo) is merged with Toho Pharmaceutical. (Business alliance since May 1999)
  • Oct. 1999
    Enters into business alliance with Shouei (Aomori).
  • Oct. 1998
    Nakanihon Yakugyo (Kofu) is merged with Toho Pharmaceutical.
  • Jan. 1998
    Kamiya Yakuhin (Sano) is merged with Toho Pharmaceutical.
  • Apr. 1996
    Emei (Osaka) is merged with Toho Pharmaceutical.
  • Nov. 1980
    Toho Pharmaceutical listed on the OTC (over-the-counter) market.
  • Sep. 1948
    Toho Pharmaceutical is founded (capital was \300,000) to start pharmaceutical wholesaling to hospitals as a pharmaceutical selling company.