History

History

  • 2010-to date
  • 2000-2009
  • 1990-1999
  • 1979-1989

2017

April. Takumi Ueda inaugurated as the president.

2016

  • Naruko Onsen Yumoto Kisho (Miyagi Pref.)
  • Sakai minato Yu-nagi no yu Japanese style inn Nono (Tottori Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Abashiri (Hokkaido Prefecture)
  • Toyama Tsurugi no yu Japanese style inn Nono (Toyama Prefecture)
  • Dormy inn Nagano (Nagano Prefecture)
  • Dormy inn PREMIUM Tokyo Kodenma-cho (Tokyo)
  • Japanese style inn Nono Nanba (Osaka)
  • Dormy Kameari Levi with nursing-care service for elderly residents (Hokkaido)
  • Gakusei Kaikan/Company dormitories/Domire 455 Facilities

2015

July. Kyoritsu Insurance Service Co., Ltd (current consolidated subsidiary) was established by Kyoritsu Trust Co., Ltd.

First number of limited service hotel "dormy inn" foreign countries Our business hotel service in foreign countries are based in Seoul, South Korea, to introduce the spirit of "Omotenashi" and Japanese hospitality to the world.

  • Dormy Inn PREMIUM SEOUL Garosugil(South Korea)
  • La Vista Fuji-Kawaguchiko (Yamanashi Prefecture)
  • Kamuinoyu La Vista Akangawa (Hokkaido)
  • Dormy Inn Higashimuroran (Hokkaido)
  • Dormy Inn Ueno/Okachimachi (Tokyo)
  • Dormy Inn Premium Sakae, Nagoya (Aichi Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Suidobashi (Tokyo) (closed)
  • Gakusei Kaikan/Company dormitories/Domire 436 Facilities

2014

Consumption tax rate change to 8%

Aug. Opening of Kyoto branch

Mar. Converted eco foods into a non-consolidated subsidiary

  • Dormy Inn Namba (Osaka Prefecture) (closed)
  • Opening of new Dormy Lei dormitory operations
  • Dormy Tokiwadai Retirement home with nursing services (Tokyo)
  • Gakusei Kaikan/Company dormitories/Domire 427 Facilities

2013

  • Inishie-no-yado Ikyu (Mie Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn EXPRESS Kakegawa (Shizuoka)
  • Dormy Inn PREMIUM Namba (Osaka Prefecture)
  • Kyoto Arashiyama Onsen Fufunoyu (Kyoto Prefecture)
  • Dormy Nakano Egota Retirement home with nursing services(Tokyo)
  • Gakusei Kaikan/Company dormitories/Domire 418 Facilities

2012

Aug. Establishment of Kyoritsu Assist Co., Ltd.

  • Molden no Yu/La Vista Appikogen (Iwate Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Premium Jingumae, Shibuya (Tokyo)
  • Dormy Inn PREMIUM Wakayama (Wakayama Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Kagoshima (Kagoshima Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn EXPRESS Matsue (Shimane Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Gifu Ekimae (Gifu Prefecture)
  • Gakusei Kaikan/Company dormitories/Domire 419 Facilities

2011

Great East Japan Earthquake

Jul. Establishment of Kyoritsu Maintenance Korea

  • Kyoto Arashiyama Onsen Kandensho (Kyoto Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Mishima (Shizuoka Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Himeji (Hyogo Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn PREMIUM Hakata/Canal City Mae (Fukuoka Prefecture)
  • Opening of new Share House Dormy Series dormitory Operations
  • Opening of new Dormy Net dormitory operations
  • Dormy Todakoen Levi Senior housing with nursing services (Saitama Prefecture)
  • Gakusei Kaikan/Company dormitories/Domire 412 Facilities

2010

May : Commence of PKP Operations (outsourcing business for local governments)

Jun. Dissolution of Kyoritsu Creative Co., Ltd. and transfer to Kyoritsu Maintenance’s Public Relations Department

Sep. Dissolution of Kyoritsu Livenet Co., Ltd. and transfer of operations to Builnet Co., Ltd.

  • Kusatsu Onsen – Tokinoniwa, Konoha (Gunma Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Obihiro (Hokkaido)
  • Dormy Inn Asahikawa (Hokkaido)
  • Dormy Inn Nagasaki (Nagasaki Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn PREMIUM Kyoto Ekimae (Kyoto Prefecture)
  • Dorm Inn PREMIUM Shimonoseki (Yamaguchi Prefecture)
  • Dormy Kotoni Levi Senior housing and rentals with life services (Hokkaido)
  • Gakusei Kaikan/Company dormitories/Domire 408 Facilities

2009

  • Hida Takayama Onsen/Takayama Ouan (Gifu Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Takasaki (Gunma Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn EXPRESS Koriyama (Fukushima Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Hakata Gion (Fukuoka Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn PREMIUM Otaru (Hokkaido)
  • Dormy Inn Tsu (Mie Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn EXPRESS Mikawa-Anjo (Aichi Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Shin-Osaka Seni City (Osaka Prefecture) (closed)
  • Gakusei Kaikan/Company dormitories/Domire 401 Facilities

2008

Lehman’s collapse

  • La Vista Hakodate Bay (Hokkaido)
  • Dormy Inn Kumamoto (Kumamoto Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Hirosaki (Aomori Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Takamatsu (Kagawa Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Tomakomai (Hokkaido)
  • Dormy Inn Kurashiki (Okayama Prefecture)
  • Gakusei Kaikan/Company dormitories/Domire 387 Facilities

2007

Apr. Nikko Facility Management Co., Ltd. merged with Builnet Co., Ltd.

Jul. Conversion of Central Builwork Co., Ltd. to a consolidated subsidiary

  • La Vista Daisetsuzan (Hokkaido)
  • Okuhida Onsenkyo Hirayu Takumi-no-yado Miyama Ouan(Gifu Prefecture)
  • Nanki Shirahama Onsen Hamachidori no Yu Kaishuu (Wakayama Prefecture)
  • La Vista Kushirogawa (Hokkaido)
  • Dormy Inn Umeda Higashi (Osaka Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Sendai Ekimae (Miyagi Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Matsumoto (Nagano Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Wakkanai (Hokkaido)
  • Dormy Inn Kofu (Yamanashi Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Kitami (Hokkaido)
  • Okuhida Onsenkyo Hirayu Onsen Hotel Kamitakara (Gifu Prefecture) (closed)
  • Gakusei Kaikan/Company dormitories/Domire 367 Facilities

2006

Jun. Transfer of The Beach Tower Okinawa to Japan Hotel REIT Investment Corporation
Continued operation and management through lease contracts after transfer
Commencement of founder Haruhisa Ishizuka as Chairman and Executive Director
Commencement of Mitsutaka Sato as President and Executive Director

  • Dormy Club Karuizawa (Nagano Prefecture)
  • Shuzenji Onsen Yukairo Kikuya (Shizuoka Prefecture)
  • Izu Kogen/Yawanato Onsenkyo Morinoyu Kiranosato (Shizuoka Prefecture)
  • Hakone Kowakudani Onsen Mizunoto (Kanagawa Prefecture)
  • Kinosaki Onsen Ginka (Hyogo Prefecture)
  • Hakone Gora Onsen Setsugetsuka (Kanagawa Prefecture)
  • Dormy Villa Hakone (Kanagawa Prefecture) (closed)
  • Dormy Inn Sendai ANNEX (Miyagi Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Akita (Akita Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Hakodate Goryokaku (Hokkaido)
  • Dormy Inn Kanazawa (Ishikawa Prefecture)
  • Gakusei Kaikan/Company dormitories/Domire 354 Facilities

2005

Mar. Complete acquisition of shares of Nikko Facility Management Co., Ltd.

Oct. Establishment of Kyoritsu Creative Co., Ltd. (de-merger from Kyoritsu Trust Co., Ltd.)

  • Okuhida Onsenkyo Shin-Hirayu Onsen Hotel Kamitakara (Gifu Prefecture)
  • Kyoto Gojo Meiso-no-yu Hotel Shuhokaku (Kyoto Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Suidobashi (Tokyo)
  • Dormy Inn Shinsaibashi (Osaka Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Toyama (Toyama Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Akihabara (Tokyo)
  • Dormy Inn Tokyo Hatchobori (Tokyo)
  • Dormy Inn Sapporo ANNEX (Hokkaido)
  • Gakusei Kaikan/Company dormitories/Domire 333 Facilities

2004

Jul. Opening of The Beach Tower Okinawa

Newly Built Resort No. 1 Incorporated our philosophy on relaxation resorts that was built up through use of existing accommodation facilities in the Izu region as part of our new property. Adopted the perspective of ‘height = spectacular views’ that was missing from Okinawa at the time, creating the model for our La Vista series.

  • Incorporated our philosophy on relaxation resorts that was built up through use of existing accommodation facilities in the Izu region as part of our new property. Adopted the perspective of ‘height = spectacular views’ that was missing from Okinawa at the time, creating the model for our La Vista series.
  • The Beach Tower Okinawa (Okinawa Prefecture)
  • Toshinan Komeya (Shizuoka Prefecture)
  • Dormy Villa Appikogen (Iwate Prefecture) (closed)
  • Dormy Club Appikogen (Iwate Prefecture)
  • Gakusei Kaikan/Company dormitories/Domire 320 Facilities

2003

Jun. Relocated Head Office to 2-18-8 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. The Kyoritsu Maintenance Group (excluding Builnet) was reorganized and relocated to this address as well.

  • Dormy Villa Karuisawa (Nagano Prefecture) (closed)
  • Gakusei Kaikan/Company dormitories 306 Facilities

2002

Deflation of economy become serious

Apr. Kyoritsu Catering Service Co., Ltd. changed its name to Kyoritsu Food Service Co., Ltd.

May. Promotion of West Japan Headquarters to West Japan Regional Office

  • Dormy Inn Sapporo (Hokkaido)
  • Gakusei Kaikan/Company dormitories 286 Facilities

2001

Arrival of full-fledged IT era

Mar. Complete acquisition of Nissan Builnet shares. (now Builnet Co., Ltd.)

Sep. Listed in the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.

  • Wellness Forest Nasu (Tochigi Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Hiroshima (Hiroshima Prefecture)
  • Gakusei Kaikan/Company dormitories 274 Facilities

2000

Introduction of nursing care insurance system

Jun. Establishment of Kyoritsu Financial Service Co., Ltd.

  • Dormy Villa Hakone (Kanagawa Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Niigata (Niigata Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Nagoya (Aichi Prefecture)

1999

Amendment of Labor Standards Act(Elimination of regulation on working hours for women)

Mar. Listed in the Second Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.

Apr. Establishment of Kyoritsu Communications Co., Ltd.

Sep. Establishment of Kyoritsu Lifenet Co., Ltd.

Dec. Establishment of Japan Placement Center Co., Ltd. (G-Up Career Center Co., Ltd. shares acquired by same company)

  • Dormy Inn Shin-Osaka (Osaka Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Namba (Osaka Prefecture)

1998

Financial crisis began

Jun. Establishment of Kyoritsu Catering Services Co., Ltd.

  • Dormy Sagamihara Housing-type retirement home (Kanagawa Prefecture)
  • Gakusei Kaikan/Company dormitories 256 Facilities

1997

Consumption tax rate changed to 5%

Oct. Establishment of Kyoritsu Trust Co., Ltd.

  • Wellness Forest Ito (Shizuoka Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Asakusa (Tokyo)
  • Dormy Inn Sendai (Miyagi Prefecture)
  • Dormy Kita-Ayase Retirement home with nursing services (Tokyo)

1996

Introduction of financial Big Bang

Dec. Began Senior Life Operations in the Tokyo Region

Senior Operations No.1 Kyoritsu Maintenance’ s business started with student dormitories and spread to assisting with company dorms before moving on to relaxation services for business trips and holidays. Building on our foundation of providing ‘meals’ and ‘housing’ , our Senior Operations are designed for today’s aging society and aim to assist both the elderly and their families.

  • Kyoritsu Maintenance’s business started with student dormitories and spread to assisting with company dorms before moving on to relaxation services for business trips and holidays. Building on our foundation of providing ‘meals’ and ‘housing’, our Senior Operations are designed for today’s aging society and aim to assist both the elderly and their families.
  • Dormy Inn Meguro Aobadai (Tokyo)
  • Dormy Shirokitakoen Housing-type retirement home (Tokyo)

1995

  • Dormy Villa Izusan (currently La Vista Izusan) (Shizuoka Prefecture)
  • Dormy Villa Appikogen (Iwate Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn Soga (Chiba Prefecture)

1994

Rate of tertiary industry workers exceeded 60%
Population aging rate reached 14.5%

Sep. Listed on the Japan Securities Dealers Association OTC market

  • Gakusei Kaikan 81 Facilities/Employee dormitories 99 Facilities (Total: 180 Facilities)

1993

Jun. Relocation of the head office to Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. At the same time, established the Nagoya Sales Office, Sapporo Sales Office, Sendai Sales Office, and Fukuoka Sub-branch.

Jul. Commenced Resort Hotel Operations in Nagano Prefecture

Resort Hotel Kyoritsu Resort took its first step in offering s ervices for ‘meals’, ‘ baths’ , and ‘accommodation’ starting at a single night’ s stay in order to prevent environmental destruction by reusing the welfare facilities being abandoned by corporations.

Aug. Commenced Business Hotel Operations in Saitama Prefecture

Business Hotel ‘Dormy Inn’ No.1 Dormy Inn was born in response to requests from companies using our Dormy employee dormitories for an accommodation service staff could use on business trips starting at a single night’ s stay. Employing the concepts behind our Dormy service, we introduced a large public bath to our business hotels, overturning industry conventions.

  • Kyoritsu Resort took its first step in offering services for ‘meals’, ‘baths’, and ‘accommodation’ starting at a single night’s stay in order to prevent environmental destruction by reusing the welfare facilities being abandoned by corporations.
  • Dormy Villa Karuizawa (Nagano Prefecture)
  • Dormy Inn was born in response to requests from companies using our Dormy employee dormitories for an accommodation service staff could use on business trips starting at a single night’s stay. Employing the concepts behind our Dormy service, we introduced a large public bath to our business hotels, overturning industry conventions.
  • Dormy Inn Yatsuka (Saitama Prefecture)

1992

  • Trendy Higashi-Oshima (Training Center)
  • Trendy Kuwarubi (Training center)

1991

Collapse of the bubble economy

Apr. Commenced Student Dormitory Operations in the Fukuoka region

August:Commenced Employee Dormitory Operations in the Sendai Region.

1990

Apr. Commenced Student Dormitory Operations in the Sendai Region

1989

Introduction of consumption tax, enactment of Basic Act for Land

Apr. Commenced Student Dormitory Operations in the Sapporo Region

  • Gakusei Kaikan 61 Facilities/Employee dormitories 53 Facilities (Total: 114 Facilities)

1987

Heisei prosperity (bubble economy) began

May. Commenced a Restaurant Operations in Chiba Prefecture

  • We began developing a restaurant service based on our philosophy of providing customers 'meals' which was cultivated through our business as a contracted supplier of school meals and operator of student and employee dormitories.

1986

Sudden rise of yen relative to US dollar

Apr. Commenced Employee Dormitory Operations in the Osaka Region.

Dec. Commenced Contracted Dormitory Operations in the Osaka Region.

  • Rental Mansion ‘Dormir’ No.1

1985

Apr. Commencement of Employee Dormitory Operations in the Tokyo Region and Student Dormitory Operations in the Osaka Region

Sep. Establishment of the Osaka Branch in Suita, Osaka.

  • During an age when company dormitories were the norm, we began offering single room rentals for employees that included breakfast and dinner and incorporated a large public bath for refreshing the residents’ bodies, restoring their energy, and consequently increasing the company’s activity.
  • Gakusei Kaikan 28 Facilities/Employee dormitories 2 Facilities (Total: 30 Facilities)

1983

Apr. Establishment of Sun Enterprise Co., LTD. (currently Kyoritsu State Co., Ltd.)
Commencement of Student Dormitory Operations in the Nagoya Region

1982

Jul. Relocation of Head Office to Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo.

1980

Japan-US trade friction intensified

Apr. Commencement of Student Dormitory Operations in the Tokyo and Kanagawa Regions.

  • The 1st Gakusei Kaikan was established in Sakura-shi, Chiba. The building was a two-story wooden structure and contained 28 rooms averaging 8.2 square meters in size.Based on the belief that putting meals first would ensure the health and vitality of the students and assuage the worries of their parents, we left the ‘Kyoritsu’ off the name of Gakusei Kaikan and instead attached the school’s name in order to provide dedicated assistance to students from behind the scenes.
  • Gakusei Kaikan 5 Facilities

1979

Second oil crisis

Sep. Establishment of Kyoritsu Maintenance Co., Ltd. at Katsushika-ku, Tokyo

  • After many years in the food industry, our founder Haruhisa Ishizuka began operations corporate cafeterias as a contracted chef.
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