The company founder who laid a foundation stone Chuujiroo Sasaki


Sound of hammering iron...
History of Sasaki starts.


In 1901 at present Bibai city in Hokkaido, the founder, Chuujiroo Sasaki succeeded in manufacturing a plow.
Chuujiroo had abundant curiosity and unusual passions in manufacturing goods.
His challenging mind to ward unknown matter and uncommon creative sprits had been cultivated during his apprenticeship of swordsmith.
Chuujiroo had lived earnestly and entirely for manufacturing goods and he was a man of originality and contrivance being even called "Steel of Meiji".
Keeping exploitation sprits as a principle, he always reacted the development and needs of the society and made a great contribution to Japanese agriculture industries.
Even after retirement from the first line, he always worked in close cooperation for the development of our company giving a lot of precious advices, thus he was always staying with the company.
Chuujiroo Sasaki is the founder, the foster father and also the history of our company.


The founder Chuujiroo Sasaki was presented with a piece of hanging scroll and authorized smith name " Ittesu"as a completion certificate of swordsmith apprenticeship by his master Mr. Toyokuni Miyamoto.


In 1951
Our cultivator was awarded the innovation prize, first time to the agriculture machinery industry.

Shiroo Sasaki, the second generation, with the strong passion and exploitation sprits inherited from his great father elaborated the animal hauled cultivator to have been awarded with the honarable innovation prize at first time in the agriculture industry.
Thus he has lef his name to the development of Japanese agriculture machinery as a pioneer of the western style agriculture machinery.
The sprit of Shiroo Sasaki has been continuously succeeded till today.


In 1951
Our cultivator was awarded the innovation prize, first time to the agriculture machinery industry.


"Sasaki Iron Works" was founded in Bibai City in Hokkaido and manufacturing of western style agriculture machinery for cultivation was started.


A branch factory was built at Sanbongi town in Aomori prefecture (present Towada City) and business for the whole mainland of Japan started through distributor sestablished in Tohoku and Kanto area.


"Sasaki Agriculture Machinery Works", a specialized factory to produce agriculture machinery for governmental distribution was established in Manchuria by order of the government.


"Sasaki Agriculture Machinery Company Ltd. " was eastablished at Sanbongi town in Aomori prefecture(present Towada City) by the termination of the War.
The innovation prize was awarded to our company at the first time in agriculture machinery industry.


The company was reorganized to new "Sasaki Agriculture Machinery Co., Ltd." with a capital of Japanese Yen one million and the factory was modernized and enlarged into a manufacturing plant specialized to agricultural work machinery driven by tractors.
Technical collaboration agreement was made with ATLAS Company in Denmark on drying process.
Capital was increased to Japanese Yen 48 million.
Capital was increased to Japanese Yen 97.2 million.


Equipment Sales Department (later, "Environment System Division") was made and sales of environment related equipment was started.
In August, company's name was changed to "Sasaki Corporation".


Collaborated with HSM, Germany, the environmental business was expanded in the field of waste management and recycling equipment, etc.
Tokyo office was established to pursue mainly environmental business.
Capital was increased to Japanese Yen 206.62 million.
A centenary was celebrated.
Capital was increased to Japanese Yen 250 million.
Nagaoka office was established.
Okayama office was established.
Our Capital reduced to JPY 100,000,000.


At the 2015 Tohoku Region Commendation for Invention, the "Blade-type Rechargeable Electric Snow Plow (Design Registration No. 1495280)" received the Encouragement Award from the Commissioner of the Patent Office.
Acquired ISO9001:2015, ISO14001:2015 certification.


Private Sector Agricultural Machinery and Fisheries Research and Development Achievement Award "Development of an electric remote control lawn mower" won the Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries Technology Council Chairman's Award.