Watami Group

  • 1984: The Group was established, and involved in Food Service industry.

  • 2000: Listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.

  • 2002: Started organic farming business.

Currently, The Group is conducting:

  • Organic farming, livestock and dairy farming businesses: on a scale of about 632 hectares(*) in 11 locations nationwide from Hokkaido to Kyushu in Japan.

  • Central kitchen: 11 locations in Japan, 1 location in Hong Kong. 

  • Home meal delivery business:  provide 220 thousand cooked meal boxes delivered per day with 510 business offices.

  • Restaurant business: 17 brands, 500+ restaurants in Japan and 9 Asian cities.

  • Energy business: The Watami Group, which aims to create a sustainable recycling society, is working to reduce environmental impact, and as a renewable energy business, the development, construction and operation management of wind power generation facilities.

(*) Size of direct farm, direct ranch and cultivated field.

SonKim Group

The Son Kim Group’s story began in the mid 1950s when a renowned clothing group, Dai Thanh Group by Nguyen Family, evolved as a successful brand in southern Vietnam.  With strong foundations, the Nguyen family 3rd generation teamed up and established Son Kim Investment & Development Co., Ltd in 1993. 

Following a number of impressive successes across its business, SonKim Group has expanded its expertise through investment in a number of competitive industries including real estate and retail under two brand names: SonKim Land and SonKim Retail. 

The Group have made successful joint ventures with highly regarded international groups such as HongKong Land, Hamon Group, Bank Invest, GS Shop, Quadrille Nishida, GS Retail, Watami International.

Watami Vietnam Co. Ltd.

  • Watami Vietnam Co., Ltd. is the Joint Venture between Son Kim Food & Beverages Co., Ltd and Watami International Co., Ltd, a joint of 2 big groups with experiences in F&B and Retails.
  • The mission of the company is to bring to customers the deep experience, not only in Japanese food and beverages, but also Japanese cuisine culture.
  • And to develop the Japanese F&B in Vietnam, as well as to connect Japanese culture to Vietnamese people.