Overview of Asahikawa Labo

Overview of Asahikawa Labo

At Asahikawa Food Design Labo, we started our development based on the material development for beverage manufacturers when our headquarters was founded. Utilizing our proprietary technology, we inherited the business division in April 2021. We support producers, who are the key players in Hokkaido’s rich primary industries, addressing their concerns and challenges. We not only offer material consultation but also discover underutilized ingredients and new raw materials.

Key Person of Asahikawa Labo

Naonori TAMIYA
Executive Director
Chef and sommelier of “PLANET FOOD”
Millet expert
Nihoncha (Japanese Tea) advisor
Food sanitation supervisor
Finished workshop 3 of JAS organic standards

Food material meister
Class-1 health officer
Fisnished HACCP expert workshop.

Food material meister

In addition to this, various meisters are working hard on the design.

■ Head Office

Shiseido Kyoto bldg 2F, 480 Kitafudodo-cho Kizuyabashi-kudaru Aburakoji-dori Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 600-8233 Japan
TEL: + 81-75-353-8833 / Fax: +81-75-353-8837

■ Ishikawa factory

311-2 Koto Kahokugun Tsubatamachi,Ishikawa
929-0328 Japan
TEL: +81-76-289-7794 / FAX: +81-76-289-7796

JAS organic certification
Products:Roasted barley

■ Nara factory

1224 Oguracho, Nara-shi, Nara 632-0111 Japan
TEL: +81-743-84-0396 / Fax: +81-743-84-0397

FSSC22000 certification / JAS organic certification / The manufacturing license of Food additive / The manufacturing license of pharmaceutical raw materials / Bonded factory (Only one part)
Products:Roasted rice, Roasted barley , Roasted cereals, Soybeans flour,Crisps, Tea powder etc.

■ Nagahama factory

2373 Akadani, Odaniteino-cho, Nagahama-city, Shiga 529-0304 Japan
TEL: +81-749-60-0000 / FAX: +81-749-60-0001

About Us

Company NameKyoto Grain System Co., LTD.
Company RepresentativeNaokazu Tamiya, President
Paid-in Capital50 million yen
FoundedNovember 1, 1990
EstablishedJuly 22, 1991

SDGs Declaration

Under the corporate philosophy of “Bringing health and inspiration to the dining table,” we have been pursuing businesses to build a sustainable society. We recognize the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and align our corporate actions with SDGs to contribute to the realization of a sustainable society.

Our Action Guidelines

1. Provide safe and secure food.
2. Explore new possibilities for agricultural  
3. Foster a spirit of “mottainai” (no waste).
4. Cultivate a sense of compassion.