“Enrich Japanese agriculture”

1. Innovate on production and sales technology.

2. Convert special know-how into structures, and establish an industry where anyone can participate.

3. Aim for sustainable growth and fulfill social mission, and contribute to agriculture even unto a 100 years.

We aim for a one of a kind model that markets the skills of farmers while expanding the distributing platform of “Marche”, which maximizes the profits of farmers. Our core value goes beyond agricultural crops cultivated by farmers, and maximizes the value of farmers by marketing farming technology.


Company name : GINZA FARM CO., LTD.
Founder & CEO : Kazuki Iimura
CFO : Masaru Kubota
COO : Tatsuo Murota
Part-time Corporate Auditor : Ryu Onoda
Capital : 174,714,500 JPY

Principal Shareholders :
Kazuki Iimura
Toppan Printing Co., Ltd.
Odakyu Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
TAKEEI Co., Ltd.
ASTMAX Co., Ltd.

Business : Agriculture System & Marketplace Provision
Tel : 03-6228-6565 / Fax : 03-6228-6566
Date of foundation : October 5th, 2007
Kitayuraku Bldg. 1-2F, 1-3-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061

社名 : 銀座農園株式会社
代表取締役 : 飯村 一樹
取締役CFO:久保田 勝
取締役COO:室田 達男
非常勤監査役:小野田 龍


事業内容: 農業システム及びマーケットプレイスの提供
電話 : 03-6228-6565 / FAX : 03-6228-6566
設立日 : 2007年10月5日

Kitayuraku Bldg. 1-2F, 1-3-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061
Signed business alliance contract with Maeda Engineering Co. Ltd.
Signed business alliance contract with Fukushima’s JA Tozai Shirakawa
Business partnership with Japan Pharmaceutical University, starts “FARMACY’S”
Capital alliance regarding biomass power generation, with Takeei Corp.
Business partnership with 82 Bank regarding agricultural development
Capital alliance with Odakyu Electric Railway Co., Ltd. regarding agricultural business
Start of agricultural development business project in Thailand
Start of “Ginza Farmer’s Labo”, a co-working space for agriculture and food
Agricultural production company, Farm Tomato Co. Ltd. established, sweet tomato business initiated
Singapore company, GINZA FARM SINGAPORE established, sweet tomato business initiated
Business alliance with Kagawa Bank and Tokushima Bank, “Tokushima, Kagawa Tomony Ichiba” open
“Kotsukaikan Marche” open in Yurakucho
“Ginaza de komezukuri 2009” project start in Ginza

Message from the CEO

I was born in agriculture rich Shimotsuma City, Ibaraki prefecture, in 1974.

My childhood was spent chasing after frogs and grasshoppers in the paddy fields and cicadas amongst the pear trees, in the Kanto countryside where the rice fields spread across the horizon. My relatives were not only dairy and pork farmers but many were also self-employed, and running an operation was familiar to me. My mother’s home was a dairy farm so we were used to running around the cowshed, and I knew from that time the hard work without rest and what it’s like to operate things. My grandfather managed a farm with about 300 workers, and even though he passed away when I was still small and only have memories of his warm smile, he is said to have been a trusted figure in our community. My father and mother were high school educators, where my father was a hot-blooded high school baseball coach and school principal, very disciplined and educated children towards independence and strong ethical foundation. It was suffocating as a child but I don’t ever recall him telling us to “go study”.

After graduating from university, I did planning and design work as a first class architect, supervised overseeing of construction sites as a field director, and experienced the hardship of gathering technicians for organizational management. I then joined a venture company that were preparing to go public, and consulted on the effective use of construction and real estate, and played a part in the IPO. I was able to experience the thrill of being part of a venture company where your remuneration and treatment depended on knowledge and accomplishment regardless of how long you’ve worked in a company.

After the IPO, I experienced and learned from many accomplishments and pressures while in my 20s, towing an organization of around 30 as the head of consulting and strategic investing of real estate investment and business revitalization, engaging in investment strategy using large capital gained from the capital market, reaching for high revenue targets demanded by shareholders.

While struggling in the capital market, through the news and whatnot I saw the decline of the countryside including my hometown, and I felt day by day the danger that Japan’s future faced.

So at the age of 30, when my health broke down from working night and day, I decided to quit and “work for the declining countryside rather than for the capital market”.

Thereafter, through conducting seminars in various regions and cities on regional finance, I became a financial advisor for establishing funds for Takamatsu Marugamecho shopping district (B, C Wards). It was there that I realized all over again the importance of agriculture in regional production. No matter how much capital flows to the countryside, if products from those regions are not value, it is meaningless.

“Agriculture is the key to vitalizing the rural regions.”

I founded Ginza Noen Co. Ltd. in 2007 to revolutionize the outdated agricultural industry.

In a life full of twists and turns, using the skills I gained in architecture, the know-how from real estate, knowledge about finance, I aim to deliver to the world the agricultural technology and the growth of the agricultural industry from Japan.