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About us

Corporate Profile

Name M.I.K Corporation
Date of Establishment Jan. 1 , 1989
Representative Hiroshi Taniguchi, President
Paid in Stock JPY 30,000,000.-
Number of Employees 51
Business Type Kitchen equipment(Rice Washer/Rice Robot/ Vinegar Mixer/Sushi Robot etc)
Head Office 1-19-18 Uemine,Chuo-ku,Saitama-City,Saitama,Japan 338-0014MAP
Number of Office 6 ( Hokkaido / Miyagi / Saitama / Nagoya / Osaka / Fukuoka )


  • 1985

    Established as Trading Firm of Agriculture and Forestry machines

  • 1988

    Started the business with KUBOTA and the sales of “Rice Robo”

  • 1989

    Changed the company name to “Itoman Kiko Co.,Ltd”

  • 1992

    Started the sales of “Shari Robo”

  • 1993

    Changed the company name to “MIK Corporation” to follow the merge between
    “Sumikin Bussan Corporation” and “Itoman Corporation”

  • 1994

    Started the sales of “Rice Robo IH Type”

  • 1995

    Started the sales of “Rice Robo Automatic Ignition Type”

  • 1996

    Announcement of ” Sushi Kitchen”
    Started the sales of “Susih Robo” and “Sushi Roll Robo”

  • 1999

    Announcement of ” Onigiri Kitchen”
    Started the sales of “Onigiri Robo”

  • 2001

    Started the sales of “Senmai Robo”

  • 2005

    Started the sales of “Belt Coveyor of Sushi” for USA market Started the sales of “Kiwami” and “Robo Chef” for South-East Asian and Oceanian market

  • 2009

    Started the sales of “Eco Ease”

  • 2012

    Started the sales of “Senmai Robo” and “Shari Robo” for EU

  • 2013

    100% Wholly owned subsidiary company of “Nittetsu Sumikin Bussan Corporation” to follow the merge between “Sumikin Bussan Corporation” and “Nippon Steel Trading Co., Ltd”
    Established Nagoya Sales Office

  • 2016

    Started the sales of “Eco Ease Jr.”

  • 2019

    Head office and Distribution center moved to Chuo Ku, Saitama City

  • 2022

    Osaka Branch moved to Suita City, Osaka prifecture



We, MIK, place the starting point of our corporate behavior on “customers’ satisfaction”.
We work to protect the working environment of our customers, the working environment of our employees and the global environment.

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the successor to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) formulated in 2001 and are international goals aimed at a sustainable and better world by 2030 described in the “2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” adopted at the United Nations Summit in September 2015.
The initiative, which includes all 193 member states of the United Nations, consists of 17 goals and 169 targets and pledges to “leave no one behind” on the planet.
The SDGs are universal not only for developing countries but also for developed countries themselves, and Japan is actively working on them.

Our Sustainability Initiatives

01: We aim to develop and provide environmentally friendly products.

Kubota’s main product, the Kubota fully automatic rice cooker “Rice Robo”, can perform everything from measuring rice to cooking fully automatically with a simple button operation, reducing the time and effort required for working in the rice cooker. In addition, it achieves significant water savings compared to washing rice by hand, and in addition, the heat dissipation in the cool kitchen cooker is reduced to 1/3 of the normal level.
Commercial oil squeezing and separating machines can squeeze and reuse oil from tempura scum and fried residue, reducing the amount of oil used, reducing waste, and suppressing oil spills into grease traps.
In addition, we handle products that can reduce power consumption and workload, and we will continue to develop and provide products that are friendly to the global environment and the environment in which our customers work.

02: Through our products, we are connected to maintenance service stores nationwide.

In order to ensure that customers who purchase our products can use them with peace of mind, we have built a system that expands the scope of our business nationwide by collaborating with maintenance service stores in about 80 regions nationwide, from Hokkaido to Okinawa, and receiving support from delivery and installation to after-sales follow-up.

03:We will consider the contribution of the office to environmental protection.

The Nippon Steel Group promotes eco-friendliness in its office activities as part of its efforts to address environmental issues.
As a member of the Group, we set up an eco-challenge every year and are working to reduce the amount of resources used. * The head office has acquired ISO14001.
In addition, from the perspective of environmental protection, we have installed solar panels in our company buildings to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.