|Format||Broadsheet (54.6 cm x 40.65 cm)|
|Owner(s)||Sankei Shimbun Co., Ltd.|
|Founded||June 20, 1933|
|Headquarters||Osaka & Tokyo|
|Circulation||Morning edition: 2,191,587
Evening edition: 635,988
(ABC Japan, October 2005)
Sankei Shimbun (産経新聞 Sankei Shinbun?), literally "Industrial and Economic Newspaper", is a daily newspaper in Japan published by the Sankei Shimbun Co., Ltd. (株式会社産業経済新聞社 Kabushiki-gaisha Sangyō Keizai Shinbunsha?). It has the sixth highest circulation for a newspaper in Japan, and is considered one of the five "national" newspapers.
- Publishing newspapers: Sankei Shimbun, Sankei Sports, Yukan Fuji, Keiba Eight, etc.
- Tokyo Head Office (registered headquarters): Tokyo Sankei Building, 7-2, Otemachi Itchome, Chiyoda, Tokyo
- Osaka Head Office: Namba Sankei Building, 1-57, Minatomachi Nichome, Naniwa-ku, Osaka
Notable corporate alumni
- Monta Mino, radio and television announcer
- Yoshirō Mori, former prime minister
- Ryōtarō Shiba, author
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In August 2014, South Korea filed suit against Sankei for insults against Park Geun-hye, the president of South Korea, and demanded that Tatsuya Kato, head of the Seoul Bureau, present himself for questioning. The article was about several rumors about Park during the Sinking of the MV Sewol, referencing Korean news reports. Sankei referred to Chosun Ilbo, however only Sankei was charged with defamation. Sankei was considered an anti-Korean newspaper in Korea. Thus, Japanese media assumed the suit was a warning to Sankei.
On February 11, 2015, regular columnist, Ayako Sono wrote an opinion piece suggesting that while it will be necessary for Japan to accept more immigrants in order to bolster a decreasing workforce, Japan should take steps to ensure the separation of immigrants in regards to living conditions, citing South African apartheid as an example of how to achieve this goal. 
- Evening edition is published only for Kansai region.
- Pharr, Susan J.; Ellis S. Krauss (1996). Media and politics in Japan. University of Hawaii Press. p. 4. ISBN 0-8248-1761-3.
- "Sankei Shimbun's defamation of Korea goes too far". Dong-a Ilbo. South Korea. 2014-08-11. Retrieved 2014-10-27.
- "EDITORIAL: South Korea's suppression of press freedom undermines democracy". Asahi Shimbun. Japan. 2014-09-03. Retrieved 2014-10-27.