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Daiwa House

Daiwa House Industry Co, Ltd.
Native name 大和ハウス工業株式会社
Type Public KK
Traded as TYO: 1925
OSE: 1925
TOPIX 100 Component
Nikkei 225 Component
Industry Construction
Founded (April 5, 1955 (1955-04-05))
Headquarters 3-3-5 Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka 530-8241, Japan
Key people
Services
Revenue

Increase $ 21.351 billion USD (FY 2012)

(¥ 2,007 billion JPY) (FY 2012)
Net income

Increase $ 705.042 million USD (FY 2012)

(¥ 66.274 billion JPY) (FY 2012)
Employees Increase 13,623 (non-consolidated)
30,361 (consolidated) (as of April 1, 2013)
Subsidiaries 92
Website Official website
Footnotes / references
[1][2][3][4]

Daiwa House Industry Co., Ltd. (大和ハウス工業株式会社 Daiwa Hausu Kōgyō Kabushiki-gaisha) is Japan's largest homebuilder,[5] specializing in prefabricated houses. The company also is engaged in the construction of factories, shopping centers, health care facilities, the management and operation of resort hotels, golf courses and fitness clubs. Daiwa House also operates as a sales agency for HAL robot suits.[1]

The company was founded in 1955 in Osaka[6][7][8] and is listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange and Osaka Securities Exchange, being a constituent of the TOPIX[9] and Nikkei 225[10] stock indices.

Gallery

The company's headquarters in Osaka 
Nagoya branch office building 
Daiwa Roynet Hotel in Kyoto 

References

  1. ^ a b "Corporate Data". Retrieved March 22, 2014. 
  2. ^ "Annual Report 2013". Retrieved March 22, 2014. 
  3. ^ "Company Profile".  
  4. ^ "Daiwa House Industry Co., Ltd.".  
  5. ^ Yamazaki, Tomoko (March 10, 2009). "Daiwa House, State Lender Said to Bid for New City".  
  6. ^ Frédéric, Louis; Roth, Käthe (2005). "Daiwa Hausu Kōgyō". Japan encyclopedia. Harvard University Press. p. 145.  
  7. ^ Brown, Naomi (2003). "Under One Roof: The Evolving Story of Three Generation Housing in Japan". In John W. Traphagan, John Knight. Demographic change and the family in Japan's aging society. Suny Series in Japan in Transition and Suny Series in Aging and Culture. SUNY Press. p. 61.  
  8. ^ Hines, Mary Alice (2001). Japan real estate investment.  
  9. ^ "TOPIX Large70 Components".  
  10. ^ "Components:Nikkei Stock Average".  

External links

  • Official website (English)
  • Official website (Japanese)
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