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We, Nachi-Fujikoshi Group expand.
with our vision "we contribute to unique  the development of the production world". our connective Nachi Business in the global market by uniting our machining, industrial robot, functional component and raw material business.
in addition to the above, we achieve total support for production of our customers by providing unique and competitive products, technology and engineering services.
Origin of the Corporate Name "FUJIKOSHI"
NACHI-FUJIKOSHI CORP was founded in the city Toyama in 1928. Kohki Imura, The founder, named the company FUJIKOSHI in order to give concrete expression to his creed that self sufficiency in machine tool supply is indispensable to Japan's economic prosperity.
The first two characters  which read "Fuji" were picked from the Buddhist Scriptures. A Passage in the scriptures says "Justice and injustice appear to be different things. The truth is that they are "Fuji" (not two). They are one and the same.
In other words. the true comprehension of objects is attainable only through penetrating observation from high above, ignoring the superfisial appearances of such objects.
The third Chinese character  which reads "Koshi" has the same pronunciation as  which means the general area along the Japan Sea since olden days, and leads to "Art" at which we are aiming. With these words, we are also aiming to improve technologies an to enhance corporate value.
Origin of the Trademark “NACHI”
The NACHI brand name comes from “KUMANO-NACHI-TAISHA” The Grand Shrine, that is origin of Japan. It Expresses entrepreneurial will. In 1929 Emperor Showa made a tour of the Kansai district to inspect industries as part of the encouragement of domestic production and personally inspected FUJIKOSHI hacksaw blade that was on display as an example of an outstanding domestic product at the Osaka Prefectural Office.
Overjoyed at the honor of entertaining the Emperor’s special attention, Kohki Imura decided the name to his product “NACHI” after the name of latest naval cruiser to be made in Japan, the very same vessel  that the emperor was sailing on for his tour.
FUJIKOSHI, in the early days of Showa was still a fledgling machine tool supplier. For Imura, “NACHI” was the word that best identified FUJIKOSHI products with the dignity of the Emperor
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