Kohrinbo 1-1-1, kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa, Japan
Approximately 10 minutes by city bus from Kenrokuen Gate (East Gate) in JR Kanazawa Station. Near the Kohrinbo (Atrio Mae) bus stop.
Kanazawa is where our company was born and where our headquarters are located. Historically, the city flourished as a castle town in the great Kaga Domain, yielding 1 million koku of rice, and today it is known as one the most prominent cultural cities within Japan.
Tourists flock from across the country and throughout the year to this historic city of Kanazawa, home to the Kenrokuen garden, one of Japan's most distinguished scenic spots, as well as numerous historic sites.
Since Kohrinbo Daiwa opened in September 1986 after moving from Katamachi, it has continually renovated and reinvented itself in keeping with the times, introducing numerous overseas brands. Going forward, Kohrinbo Daiwa will continue to serve its customers as the leading department store on the Sea of Japan coast, offering both daily and one-of-a-kind merchandise, serving both as a base for transmitting information in the Hokuriku region and as a Kanazawa department store that values its local merchandizers, developing alongside the city.
Otayamachi 101, Takaoka-shi, Toyama, Japan
- From JR Shin-Takaoka Station, take the Johana Line to Takaoka Station and walk for 6 minutes.
- From JR Shin-Takaoka Station, take the Toyama Chitetsu bus Route 10 bound for Toyama Station. Get off at Suehirocho and walk for 2 minutes.
Located between Kanazawa City and Toyama City, Takaoka City has been known since ancient times for its production of bronzeware and cultivation of tulip bulbs as the central city of the Hokuriku region. Takaoka City has a rich history: Otomo no Yakamochi, a Waka poet who compiled the oldest extant collection of Waka poems Manyoshu, lived in the city; and Zuiryu-ji temple, where the tomb of Maeda Toshinaga, the second lord of the Kaga Domain, is located has been designated a national treasure.
Since opening in our current location in 1994, Takaoka Daiwa has grown along with the city as a commercial facility in the city center, fulfilling the expectations of the region. We will continue to strive to be a community-based, daily and casual store that meets the needs of women.
Sogawa 3-8-6, Toyama-shi, Toyama, Japan
- From Toyama Station, approximately 30 minutes by community bus "Maidohaya" Shimizumachi Route (100 yen). Near "Sogawa Dori Shotengai Guchi" bus stop.
- Approximately 10 minutes by loop line "Centram" from Toyama Station. Near "Grand Plaza Mae" station.
- Approximately 7 minutes by City Tram from Toyama Station. Get off at "Nishicho" station and walk for 3 minutes.
Toyama City is located along the coast of the Sea of Japan, virtually at the center of Toyama prefecture, occupying a pivotal position between the Kanto, Kansai, and Chukyo regions. Toyama City, surrounded in all directions by beautiful nature, the Toyama Bay, Tateyama Mountain Range, Joganji River, and Kureha Hills, has gained national attention as the first city to be authorized under the City Center Revitalization Basic Plan.
The Toyama store first opened in Nishicho in 1932, and it newly opened as an anchor tenant of the redeveloped building "Ferio" in September of 2007. As the only department store in downtown Toyama, we will constantly propose a new lifestyle and provide information to local residents, doing our part to enhance the attractiveness of the city center as a comprehensive store bringing together the merchandisers of the region.