Japan Quality

Manufacturing Process of Vacuum Glass Liner

Introducing our manufacturing process of high quality vacuum glass liner.
TIGER Japan Company Introduction

Since 1923, with the strength of our vacuum insulation technology and other creative products we introduced, we have been able to deliver convenience and comfort to our customers in a variety of every day scenarios. We will continue to create new every day essentials for the dining experience with ideas that produce warmth

Message From Representative

Tiger Corporation aims to be a company that will continue for 100 or 200 years based on our new corporate beliefs.

Since Tiger Corporation was founded in 1923, we have continued to deliver accessible household products for daily living. It all started with glass vacuum bottles and went on to expand to rice cookers, electric water heaters, and other cooking appliances. Since then, with the strength of our vacuum insulation technology and creative products which first capture the needs of customers, we have been able to deliver convenience and comfort to a variety of every day scenarios.

In 2012, Tiger Corporation formulated our new Corporate Beliefs. With our mission of “We will continue to create new every day essentials for the dining experience with ideas that produce warmth.” We aim to become a company that will continue to grow for 100 or 200 years. As globalization progresses, we have established sales bases in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the U.S.A. In addition to our production base in Shanghai, we will open a new factory in Vietnam in 2012. As we make steady progress, we strive to spread joyous harmony throughout the world.

The vacuum bottle, which is the origin on which this company was founded, is a product that not only functions to keep drinks warm; it plays the role of magic tool that warms the hearts of those who drink from it. Even though the times may change, our resolve remains the same. Tiger Corporation will always continue to help put smiles on peoples’ faces so they can share their smiles with others, which will help people create sophisticated and comfortable lifestyles. We hope you continue to enjoy life with Tiger products and we look forward to your continued support in the future.

Tiger Corporation History

The start of Tiger Corporation’s history was our founder wanting everyone to be able to enjoy the warmth of a cup of hot tea just like mom made, at any time they like.

The first trademark

In 1923, An oval-shaped water bottle

1923

 

1923

Company founder Takenori Kikuchi founded Kikuchi Manufacturing Company in Osaka City and started the manufacture and sales of Tiger brand vacuum bottles.

1952

The Head Office and factory were combined and moved to Taisho Ward, Osaka. The Tokyo Office was established.

1953

The company name was changed to Tiger Vacuum Bottle Ind., Co., Ltd.

1924

 

1955

The Head Office and factory were moved to Joto Ward, Osaka, and the production system was enhanced.

1958

Tiger was the first factory in the industry to be designated as a Japanese Industrial Standards (JIS) accredited factory by the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MITI) (currently the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry [METI]).

1963

A new, integrated factory was completed in Kadoma City, Osaka (the current location).

1966

Tiger was designated as a quality control model factory by the Osaka Prefectural Government.

1960

 

1967

Tiger installed an automated vacuum bottle manufacturing system. The automated vacuum bottle factory and product warehouse were completed.

1968

On the 45th anniversary of the founding of the company, Takenori Kikuchi was appointed chairman and Yoshito Kikuchi was appointed president.

1970

Tiger established Tiger Products Co., Ltd. (Head Office in Osaka) and Tiger Bussan Co., Ltd. (Head Office in Fukuoka). The Tokyo Office and Distribution Center were completed. The Hokkaido Sales Office was opened. Tiger completed a new building (Building No.2)

1971

Tiger completed a new building (Building No.2) and a new factory. The Tiger Products Co., Ltd. Tohoku Sales Office was opened. The Tiger Bussan Co., Ltd. Hiroshima Sales Office was opened.

1969

 

1978

Tiger completed a new Head Office building (Building No.3) and factory.

1982

The Head Office Distribution Center was completed.

1983

Tiger celebrated its 60th anniversary. The company name was changed to Tiger Vacuum Bottle Co., Ltd. The Kadoma Vacuum Bottle Center was completed.

1986

A CAD system was installed. The Tosu Distribution Center was completed.

1976

 

1987

The stainless steel vacuum bottle metal pressing factory was completed at the Kadoma Vacuum Bottle Center.

1988

The Tiger Production Control System (TOPICS) was installed.

1989

An online sales and distribution system (TOPS) was installed.

1990

Tiger established Tiger Vacuum Bottle, Taiwan Co., Ltd., a joint venture company in Taiwan.

1991

Tiger merged Tiger Bussan Co., Ltd. and Tiger Products Co., Ltd. to create a nationally unified sales division, and established Tiger Hanbai (H.K.) Co., Limited.

1983

 

1995

The molding plant building was completed at the Head Office site.

1997

The Eastern Japan Distribution Center was completed. Shanghai Tiger-born Electronic & Electrical Appliance Limited, a joint venture company, was established in Shanghai.

1999

Tiger merged with and absorbed Tiger Products Co., Ltd. Yoshisato Kikuchi was appointed president.

2001

The Head Office Factory received ISO 9001 certification.

2002

Japan Tiger Corporation of U.S.A was established in America.

NOW

2011

Tiger merged with and absorbed Tiger S Net. Tiger established Tiger Technical Services.

2012

TIGER VIETNAM Co., Ltd. was established in Vietnam.

Tiger Corporation

Estabilished

February 3, 1923

Address of Headquarters

3-1 Hayamicho, Kadoma City, Osaka, Japan

Branches / Sales offices

Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, Fukuoka, Hokkaido,Tohoku, Hiroshima

Business

Manufacture and sales of vacuum bottles and household products for daily use

President

Yoshisato Kikuchi

Head Office

Tiger HQ

Osaka Prefecture 571-8571 Osaka Prefecture Kadoma-shi 3rd No.1 to Keihan Train Furukawa-bashi Station Get off at the south 6 minutes walk Osaka Monorail Kadoma-shi station Get off at the south east 8 minutes on foot

Tokyo Branch

4-15 minutes walk to the northeast of JR Yamanote Line Otsuka station 1 - 13-15 Kitao Otsuka Toshima ku Tokyo 170 - 0004

Domestic Branch

Nagoya
Fukuoka
Hokkaido
Tohoku
Hiroshima