History

1945.09
Yoshimitsu Terada establishes Y-Yacht Trading Co. at 2-8 Motoshige-cho, Naka-ku, Nagoya.
Starts selling Y-Yacht antimony products. The foundation of the company is built.
1949.06
Establishes Y-Yacht Metal Industries, Ltd (the capital: 500,000 yen). Yoshimitsu Terada takes up the post of president, and starts selling products of other companies.
1949.09
Opens Osaka branch at 26 Kamiyama-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka.
1958.04
Increases capital to 1,000,000 yen.
1959.04
Opens Tokyo branch at 3-10 Asakusakotobuki-cho, Taito-ku, Tokyo.
1961.04
Builts Nishiki storage plant at 1-7-44 Nishiki, Naka-ku, Nagoya.
1963.09
Moves Osaka branch to the newly built office at 4-40-3 Nagai, Sumiyoshi-ku, Osaka.
1966.09
Builts new Nishiki storage plant (reinforced, three-story building) at 1-7-44 Nishiki, Naka-ku, Nagoya.
1969.05
Moves Tokyo branch to the newly built office (reinforced, three-story building) at 5-8-5 Kiba, Koto-ku, Tokyo.
1970.01
Increases capital to 5,000,000 yen.
1971.05
The first president Yoshimitsu Terada dies. Shizue Terada takes up the post of president.
1974.04
Moves Osaka branch to the newly built office at 6-3-25 Yuzato, Higashisumiyoshi-ku, Osaka.
1974.05
Increases capital to 10,000,000 yen.
1977.08
Increases capital to 20,000,000 yen.
Moves the headquarters to the newly built office (reinforced, four-story building) at 3-13-41 Matsubara, Naka-ku, Nagoya.
1979.09
Increases capital to 30,000,000 yen.
1979.10
Opens Fukuoka branch at 2-33-23 Higashihie, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka.
1984.11
Increases capital to 45,000,000 yen.
1985.08
Changes the company name to Y-Yacht Co., Ltd.
1985.10
Moves Tokyo branch to the newly built office (reinforced, three-story building with basement) at 2-3-28 Sengoku, Koto-ku,Tokyo
1986.08
Shizue Terada takes up the post of board chairperson.
Kiyoshi Terada takes up the post of president.
1989.10
Moves Fukuoka branch to the newly built office (reinforced, four-story building) at 1-8-7 Kamimuta, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka.
1992.02
Builds a distribution center Y.N.C. (Y-Yacht Network Center) in Gifuhashima.
2002.08
Expands Y.N.C. (Y-Yacht Network Center) to approx. 16,500 m2.
2004.09
Kiyoshi Terada takes up the post of board chairperson.
Akihiko Terada takes up the post of president.
2006.08
Opens Sapporo Sales Office in Toyohira-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido.
2007.02
Opens “La Cucina Felice” flagship store in Omotesando, Tokyo.
2007.08
Expands Y.N.C. (Y-Yacht Network Center) to approx. 33,000 m2.
2007.09
Opens the second “La Cucina Felice” specialty store in Ebis, Tokyo.
2008.01
Obtains the PryvacyMark from PrivacyMark Promotion Center of JIPDEC
2008.11
Opens the “La Cucina Felice” in Nishinomiya Hyogo.
2009.03
Opens the “La Cucina Felice” in Kokura Fukuoka.(Closed in 2019)
2010.02
Opens Sapporo Sales Office in Toyohira-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido.
2010.02
Opens the “La Cucina Felice” in Higashitotsuka Kanagawa.
2010.08
Opens the “La Cucina Felice” in Kawaguchi Saitama.
2010.10
Obtains ISO/IEC 27001 from Japan Accreditation Board.
2010.10
Opens the “La Cucina Felice” in Takatsuki Osaka.
2011.04
Opens the “La Cucina Felice” in Tenjin Fukuoka.
2011.10
Opens the “La Cucina Felice” in Kohoku Kanagawa.
2012.10
Opens the “La Cucina Felice” in Hakata Fukuoka.
2013.03
Opens the “La Cucina Felice” in Kofu Yamanashi.
2013.09
Chizue Terada takes up the post of president.
2016.08
Expands Y.N.C. (Y-Yacht Network Center) Completion of construction of sales warehouse (Y2LOGITEC)
2016.12
Opens the “La Cucina Felice” in Kashiwanoha Chiba. (Closed in 2019)
2017.03
Opens the “La Cucina Felice” in Ebisu Tokyo.