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Nihon Kyosai Co., Ltd. has been acquired by Hikari Tsushin, Inc.

Noritsu Koki Co., Ltd. has sold Nihon Kyosai Co., Ltd. to Hikari Tsushin, Inc.

Nihon Kyosai is a provider of short term-insurance for rented properties (maximum one year).

Established in 1988, Hikari Tsushin is a Tokyo Stock Exchange-listed conglomerate conducting various businesses such as communication network provider, real estate and insurance, among others.

Noritsu Koki, listed in the Tokyo Stock Exchange, is a holding company that owns Teibow (writing instruments), Alpha Theta (DJ equipment) and JMDC Group (medical data).

Oaklins’ team in Japan acted as the exclusive sell-side advisor in this transaction.

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 Taro  Okayama

Taro Okayama

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Tokyo, Japan
Oaklins SXA
 Tszying  Chau

Tszying Chau

Analyst

Tokyo, Japan
Oaklins SXA

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