アイコンHarada's history

October, 1965 Akira Harada(原田 昭) founded Harada Socks factory(原田靴下工場) in Sakurai, Nara.
May, 1981 Harada Socks Co., Ltd.(原田靴下株式会社) was founded. Akira Harada(原田 昭) inaugurated as the first president and representative director. Our current headquarters completed.
July, 1997 Eico Co., Ltd.(株式会社エイコー), our subsidiary distributor was founded. Akira Harada(原田 昭) inaugurated as the first president and representative director.
Novermber, 2002 Munekazu Harada(原田 宗和) inaugurated as the president and representative director.
Akira Harada(原田 昭) inaugurated as chairman and representative director.
October, 2003 We changed our company name to Harada Co., Ltd.(ハラダ株式会社)
November, 2004 Our current headquarters completed.
July, 2006 Inspection company was founded in Shanghai, China.
January, 2008 Harada (Hai Ning)Exporter Co.,Ltd was founded for trading and inspecting products in Hainin, China.
August, 2010 Distribution center completed
October, 2012 The first warehouse was completed.
October, 2015 Our 50th anniversary of foundation
June, 2016 Shintaro Harada(原田 慎太郎) inaugurated as representative director.
December, 2017 We obtained the authorization of ISO9001:2015.

アイコンTOPICSThe legendary town of Yamatai, "Sakurai City, Nara Prefecture"

Oomiwa Shrine

大神神社 写真

It is one of the oldest shrines in Japan where the Iwaza ritual was held by the chieftain of the generation, and was revered by the indigenous lord Shiki, who had power in the area before Jinmu's Eastern Expedition. Therefore, it is considered that it was a place of sacred worship. Traditionally, it was called Omononushi Shrine.

Makimuku Heritage

纒向遺跡 写真

Makimuku Heritage, which spreads around JR Makimuku Station in the northern part of Sakurai City, is a well-known archaeological site nationwide as the birthplace of the early Yamato administration or as a candidate site for Yamatai country for various archaeological sites in Kyushu in the west. is.

Hashihaka Kofun

箸墓古墳 写真

A large keyhole-shaped tumulus in the middle of the 3rd century, which is considered to be the oldest tumulus in the era of emergence, and is the main tumulus of the group of used chopsticks located in the chopsticks of the Makimuku site. There is also a theory that this burial mound is used as the tomb of "Himiko", the queen of Wakoku, which is reported in the "Wei Zhi" Wakoku biography (some Yamatai Kokuki internal theory).