Kansai Super

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Kansai Super Market Ltd.
Native name
株式会社関西スーパーマーケット
kabushiki gaisha
Traded as
Industry Retail
Founded Itami, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan (July 29, 1959 (1959-07-29))
Headquarters 3-38, Chuo Gochome, Itami, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan
Number of locations
60 (2012)
Area served
  • Hyogo Prefecture (Kobe and the Hanshin area)
  • Osaka Prefecture
  • Nara in Nara Prefecture
Key people
Tamotsu Inoue (President)
Revenue
  • Increase ¥118,927 million (2012)[* 1]
  • ¥116,740 million (2011)
  • Increase ¥2,073 million (2012)[* 1]
  • ¥1,785 million (2011)
Profit
  • Increase ¥1,111 million (2012)[* 1]
  • ¥893 million (2011)
Total assets
  • Increase ¥55,941 million (2012)[* 1]
  • ¥52,217 million (2011)
Total equity
  • Increase ¥26,003 million (2012)[* 1]
  • ¥25,338 million (2011)
Website www.kansaisuper.co.jp
Footnotes / references
  1. ^ a b c d e 平成24年3月期 決算短信(連結) [Results of FY ended in March 2012 (consolidated)] (PDF) (in Japanese). Kansai Super Market Ltd. April 26, 2012. 
A Kansai Super store located in Kōbe, Japan.

Kansai Super Market Ltd. (株式会社関西スーパーマーケット?, Kabushiki-gaisha Kansai Sūpā Māketto) is a supermarket chain named for the Kansai region of Japan where its stores are located. Its logo is a bird in the shape of a K. According to the Kansai Super website (http://www.kansaisuper.co.jp/index.php?mode=tenpo), as of 2011 it has 60 stores: 11 in Kōbe city, 17 in the greater Hanshin area of Hyogo Prefecture, 9 in the northern part of Ōsaka Prefecture, 14 in Ōsaka city, 5 in eastern Ōsaka, 3 in southern Ōsaka, and one in Nara, Nara Prefecture.

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