Head office:
Postal code191-0012
533 Hino, Hino, Tokyo, Japan
TEL:+81 042(582)1508
FAX:+81 042(584)2780
E-mail : tokyo@imahashi.net

Factory:
Postal code 400-0862
3-10-5 Asake, Kofu, Yamahashi, Japan
TEL:+81 055(232)3143
FAX:+81 055(232)3149
E-mail : kofu@imahashi.net

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We have been designing and manufacturing and selling from lapidary machines for brittle materials to ultra precision processing machines such as centerless grinder and others.

Based in Tokyo office and Kofu facetory, we have been selling our machines in Japan and to overseas.
Business outline Designing, manufacturing and selling Lapidary machines and cutting machines or grining machines for from gemstones to brittle materials, and grinding and polishing machine of diamond tool and processing tools in Japan and to overseas.
Business policy We have been producing our origiinal machines with our actual experiences and kno-how to be able to contribute to eash business fields.
Patent National patent(including design and utility model patent) 60 patents
Foreign patent                             20 patents

HEAD OFFICE

Corporate name IMAHASHI MFG CO., LTD.
Address 533 Hino, Hino, Tokyo, Japan
TEL (042)582-1508
FAX (042)584-2780
Capital fund JPY 10,000,000
Start of businesses May, 1946.
Representative President Noboru Imahashi
Business type Design, manufacturing and selling of machines and parts including exporting and importing.
Accounting period The end of March

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From JR Tokyo Station to JR Hino Station:
Get on the JR Chuou specail rapid train line at platform number 【1】or【2】 and get off at the Hino Station. It takes about 43 minutes.
Or
Get on the the JR Chuou rapid train line at plat form number 【1】or【2】 and get off at the Hino Station. It takes about 54 minutes.

From JR Shinjuku Station to JR Hino Station:
Get on the the JR Chuou specail rapid train line at plat form number 【11】or【12】 and get off at the Hino Station. It takes about 29 minutes.
Or
Get on the the JR Chuou rapid train line at plat form number 【11】or【12】 and get off at the Hino Station. It takes about 40 minutes.
From the JR Hino station to IMAHASHI MFG CO., LTD.:
It takes about 14 minutes by foot. OR It takes about 5 minutes by taxi.

(Other ways)
From the Shinjuku station to the Takahashi Fudou Station by the Keiou line
Get on the special rapid train and get off at the Takahashi Fudou Station. It takes about 30 minutes.

From the Takahashi Fudou Station to IMAHASHI MFG CO., LTD.:
Take a taxi and it takes about 7 minutes.

OR
Got on the Keiou bus to Hino Station and get off at the "in fron of EPSON".
OR
It takes about 12 minutes on foot from the Koshu Way Station of the Tama monorail.

FACTORY

Postal code: 400-0862
3-10-5 Asake, Kofu, Yamahashi, Japan
TEL:+81 055-232-3143   FAX:+81 055-232-3149

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On the Chuou Expressway
○From the direction of Tokyo・・・Get of the expressway at the "Katsunuma" or "ichimiya-misaka" Exit and go in the Kofu direction.  Then turn right at the "Kamiahara" intersaction.
○From the direction of Suwa・・・Get off the exressway at the "Kofu-Shouwa" Exit. and go in the Isawa direction. Then turn left at the "Kamiahara" intersaction.

BY TRAIN from Shinjuku Station or Tokyo Station in Tokyo.
○Get on the train called "Kaiji" or "Azusa" of Chuou express train and get off at the "Kofu " station. It takes about less than two hours. And take a taxi and it takes about 10 minutes.
You can show this address to the taxi driver.
潟Cマハシ製作所
甲府市朝気3-10-5
TEL:055 232 3143

OR
You can take another train line called "Minobu line" at the Kofu station, and get off at the "Minami-Kofu" Station. Then it takes about 10 minutes on foot.

COMPANY HISTORY

January, 1946 IMAHASHI IRON FACTORY had estblished in Kofu- city in Yamanashi prefecture. (Private operation)
August, 1961 Tokyo facetory had estblished in Hino-city in Tokyo.
April, 1966 Reorganized to IMAHASHI MFG CO., LTD.
Head office places in Hino, Tokyo.
April, 1969 First capital increase
April, 1971 Second capital increase
June, 1973 Kofu factory newly constructed at 3-14-10 Asake.
April, 1974 Third capital increase
April, 1976 Fourth capital increase
April, 1986 Fifth capital increase
August, 1988 Kofu second factory established at 3-10-5 Asake, Kofu.
November, 1991 New constructed Kofu factory established in the place of the second factory.
February, 1994 Tokyo factory had been merged with Kofu factory.