A Chemical Manufacture That Offers Color and Brings Ideas to Life
Company Profile
We began as a pigment producer in 1931. Our Company has been the foremost adopter of technological breakthroughs worldwide for more than 80 years, utilising proprietary technologies in fields including printing inks, plastic colourants, and resins. Since 1939, Dainichiseika Color & Chemicals Mfg. Co. Ltd. is a renowned exporter and manufacturer of plastic raw materials to various industries worldwide. Our Colored Plastic Granules are the most demanded products from our portfolio that are developed and manufactured in ISO and other industry standards. Although our headquarter is in Japan, we have production units in both domestic and international markets to fulfill the high demands of our products. 

From the day we started our business, we have been manufacturing products and raw materials that are all related to colors. With time, we have integrated the latest product production technologies in our operations to stay ahead of the market competition while improving our earned goodwill.

Company Name

Dainichiseika Color & Chemicals Mfg. Co., Ltd.

Head Office

1-7-6 Nihonbashi Bakuro-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-8383 JAPANMAP


October 16, 1931


December 20, 1939

President & Representative Director

Koji Takahashi

Consolidated Net Sales

138,491 million yen (Fiscal year ended March 31, 2021)

Consolidated Ordinary Income

5,613 million yen (Fiscal year ended March 31, 2021)


10,039 million yen (Tokyo Stock Exchange, Prime Market)

Profit Attributable To Owners Of Parent

6,343 million yen (Fiscal year ended March 31, 2021)

Number of Employees

Dainichiseika 1,483 Including subsidiaries 3,809 (As of March 31, 2021)

Content of Business

Manufacturing and sales of:

  • Inorganic, organic, and processed pigments
  • Colorants for plastics and textiles
  • Polymers derived from natural substances
  • Functional materials and CCM
  • Printing inks, coating agents, and related equipment
  • Synthetic leather materials and other polyurethane

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