Fuji Kyuko

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Fuji Kyuko
Native name
富士急行株式会社
Fuji Kyūkō kabushiki gaisha
TypePublic KK
TYO: 9010
IndustryPassenger transportation
Headquarters,
OwnerFJ (11.90%)
Nippon Life (9.96%)
Fukoku Life (9.11%)
Suruga Bank[1] (2.90%)
Hino Motors (2.86%)
Tokyo Dome (2.35%)
Yamanashi Chuo Bank[2] (2.32%)
Matsuya (0.36%)
Odakyu (0.25%)
Seiko (0.16%)
Sanoyas Hishino Meisho (0.12%)
RION (0.12%)
Isuzu (0.09%)
Mizuho Bank (0.09%)
Joban Kosan (0.09%)
Sanyo Electric Railway (0.09%)
Tokyo Kisen (0.08%)
Subsidiaries
WebsiteOfficial website (in Japanese)

Fujikyū Bus

The Fuji Kyuko Co., Ltd. (富士急行株式会社, Fuji Kyūkō kabushiki gaisha), commonly abbreviated as Fujikyu, is a passenger transportation company headquartered in Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan.

The company operates the Fujikyuko Line railway and regional and long-distance bus routes. The company also operates the Tenjō-Yama Park Mt. Kachi Kachi Ropeway, and Fuji-Q Highland amusement park.

Affiliated companies[edit]

  • The Gakunan Railway is a consolidated subsidiary of Fuji Kyuko because Fuji Kyuko makes a 25.59% investment in the company.
  • The Yamanashi Chuo Bank is made a 1.16% investment by Fuji Kyuko.

History[edit]

  • The company signed a "sister railway" agreement with the Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn in Switzerland in 1991.[3]
  • On 1 April 2022, this company will surely establish Fuji Sanroku Denki Tetsudo and Fujikyuko Line will be transferred to the new corporation.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ All shares are entrustment fund, so Suruga Bank doesn't have right to vote against Fuji Kyuko.
  2. ^ This company is also made a 1.16% investment by Fuji Kyuko. And, Keio Corporation, Sanrio and Odakyu are made an investment by Yamanashi Chuo Bank.
  3. ^ 姉妹鉄道提携25周年記念 富士急行線マッターホルン号運行開始 ["Matterhorn" train to run on Fuji Kyuko Line to mark 25th anniversary of sister railway agreement] (PDF). News release (in Japanese). Japan: Fuji Kyuko. 13 September 2016. Archived (PDF) from the original on 14 September 2016. Retrieved 14 September 2016.
  4. ^ Decision of splitting Fujikyuko railway department into Fuji Sanroku Denki Tetsudo

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