About FIELDS

History

Jun. 1988 Established Toyo Shoji Co., Ltd. in Nagoya City in Aichi Prefecture
Oct. 2001 Rename to FIELDS CORPORATION and moved the headquarters to Minato-ku, Tokyo
Dec. 2002 Transitioned to ISO9001
Mar. 2003 Listed in the JASDAQ
Nov. 2003 Signed a basic distribution agreement with a pachinko/pachislot machine manufacturer Daido Co., Ltd. (currently Bisty Co., Ltd.)
Jun. 2004 Raised capital to ¥7,948 million through public offering
Jul. 2004 Moved the headquarters to Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Dec. 2004

Listed shares on Japan Securities Dealers Association Quotation System (JASDAQ)
Began selling pachinko/pachislot machines in the Evangelion series

Aug. 2007 Obtained ISO 27001 (Information System Division)
Feb. 2008 Signed business tie-up with KYORAKU SANGYO
May 2009 Established BOOOM Corporation
Nov. 2009 Signed basic agreement on distribution with Enterrise Co., Ltd. of CAPCOM Group
Apr. 2010 Made Tsuburaya Productions Co., Ltd. a subsidiary through a stock acquisition
Made Digital Frontier Inc. a subsidiary through a stock acquisition
Jan. 2011 Made MICROCABIN CORP. a subsidiary through a stock acquisition
Apr. 2013 Signed business alliance agreement with D-light Co., Ltd. of Daiichi Group
Jan. 2014 Made NANASHOW Corporation a subsidiary
Feb. 2015 Signed basic agreement on distribution with OK CO., Ltd. of KYORAKU Group
Apr. 2015 Shares listing moved to the First section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange
May 2015 Made K.K. Aristocrat Technologies (currently K.K. CROSSALPHA) a subsidiary through a stock acquisition
Made Spiky Corporation a subsidiary through a stock acquisition of K.K. Aristocrat Technologies
Jun. 2015 Signed business alliance agreement with Daiichi Shokai Co., Ltd.
Apr. 2022 Transitioned from the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange to the Prime Market by reviewing the market
Oct. 2022 (scheduled) Rename to TSUBURAYA FIELDS HOLDINGS INC. and transition to holding company structure