AFFILIATE COMPANIES

Expanding into diverse fields beyond cosmetics and health foods

DHC SHUZO

DHC Shuzo Co., Ltd. (formerly DHC Oguro Shuzo) began operating in August 2014.
Located northeast in Niigata Plain, DHC Shuzo brews Japanese sake using mainly local sake rice varieties such as Koshitanrei and Gohyakumangoku. The brewery seeks to brew the ultimate sake under optimal conditions matched to the quality of the rice used, which varies slightly from one batch to another, and the characteristics of the koji and yeast.

DHC SHUZO

DHC SHUZO

DHC TELEVISION

DHC Television Co., Ltd. (formerly DHC Theater) began operating in January 2015.
DHC TV produces and broadcasts, via the Internet and terrestrial broadcasting channels, programming across a wide range of genres (chiefly news and commentary) as a media outlet with a focus on delivering the facts. DHC also broadcasts programs under the supervision of DHC corporate advisor Seika Kamohara and DHC's consulting offices on beauty and health foods.

DHC TELEVISION

DHC TELEVISION

CROSS FM

Cross FM Co., Ltd., a member of the DHC Group, began operating in May 2016.
Since its launch in 1993 in Fukuoka Prefecture, Cross FM has won the support of numerous listeners. The FM radio station broadcasts the latest in music and other content 24 hours a day from its headquarters in the city of Kitakyushu, as well as two satellite studios in the city of Fukuoka and the DHC Shibuya Studio in Tokyo.

CROSS FM

CROSS FM

DENDENMUSHI

Dendenmushi Co., Ltd. was established in October 2016.
This general advertising agency handles a wide range of advertising, primarily in television, but also including radio, digital, outdoor advertising, newspapers, magazines, and other media. Based on its motto of "Devotion to the client," it strives to deliver ever-improving services to its advertising clients.

DENDENMUSHI

DENDENMUSHI

AKAZAWA FISHERIES

Akazawa Fisheries Co., Ltd. was established in December 2003.
Located in the port of Akazawa in Izu, Akazawa Fisheries delivers fresh seafood to guests at Akazawa Onsen Village. At one of the 14 major fixed-net fishing grounds in Shizuoka Prefecture, it employs traditional Japanese fixed-net fishing methods based on a commitment to sustainable fisheries and minimal environmental impact. The operation averages an annual catch of 330,000 tons.

AKAZAWA FISHERIES