Japan's Largest Companies

some of the largest corporations of Japan operate in Shizuoka prefecture's industry zone with amazing view of Mount Fuji
from Fortune's Global 500 list

Here is the list of the biggest companies of Japan in 2021:

RankCompanyFortune Global 500 RankRevenue ($M)Headquarters
1 Toyota Motor 9 256721 Toyota City
2 Honda Motor 48 124241 Tokyo
3 Mitsubishi 51 121543 Tokyo
4 Nippon Telegraph & Telephone 55 112670 Tokyo
5 Japan Post Holdings 58 110561 Tokyo
6 Itochu 71 97753 Osaka
7 Sony 88 84893 Tokyo
8 Hitachi 95 82345 Tokyo
9 AEON 100 81228 Chiba
10 Nippon Life Insurance 111 76984 Osaka
11 Mitsui 114 75562 Tokyo
12 Nissan Motor 116 74170 Yokohama
13 Dai-ichi Life Holdings 119 73842 Tokyo
14 Panasonic 154 63191 Osaka
15 Marubeni 165 59735 Tokyo
16 ENEOS Holdings 166 59540 Tokyo
17 Toyota Tsusho 167 59517 Nagoya
18 Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group 180 56838 Tokyo
19 SoftBank Group 184 56214 Tokyo
20 Tokyo Electric Power 187 55343 Tokyo
21 Seven & I Holdings 188 54442 Tokyo
22 Tokio Marine Holdings 208 51517 Tokyo
23 KDDI 217 50115 Tokyo
24 Denso 244 46569 Kariya
25 MS&AD Insurance Group Holdings 245 46150 Tokyo
26 Nippon Steel Corporation 249 45556 Tokyo
27 Sumitomo 261 43818 Tokyo
28 Mitsubishi Electric 300 39539 Tokyo
29 Daiwa House Industry 306 38929 Osaka
30 Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance 313 38004 Tokyo
31 Idemitsu Kosan 318 37792 Tokyo
32 Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group 325 36811 Tokyo
33 Sompo Holdings 331 36283 Tokyo
34 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries 347 34903 Tokyo
35 Fujitsu 358 33863 Tokyo
36 Aisin 365 33260 Kariya
37 Sumitomo Life Insurance 367 33183 Osaka
38 Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings 401 30729 Tokyo
39 JFE Holdings 404 30444 Tokyo
40 Mizuho Financial Group 406 30357 Tokyo
41 Medipal Holdings 408 30291 Tokyo
42 Takeda Pharmaceutical 409 30166 Tokyo
43 Suzuki Motor 412 29981 Hamamatsu
44 Canon 414 29560 Tokyo
45 Kansai Electric Power 417 29171 Osaka
46 Toshiba 420 28813 Tokyo
47 NEC 432 28243 Tokyo
48 Bridgestone 434 28047 Tokyo
49 Chubu Electric Power 440 27690 Nagoya
50 Sumitomo Electric Industries 442 27532 Osaka
51 Mazda Motor 449 27187 Hiroshima
52 Subaru 459 26698 Tokyo
53 Alfresa Holdings 494 24556 Tokyo

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Source: Fortune

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