Toyo Keizai

Toyo Keizai is one of Japan’s oldest and most prestigious publishers focusing on business and economy. It was founded in 1895 and its archive contains images including the post War rebuilding years, the bubble years and more recent years of stagnation. It publishes the Weekly Toyo Keizai magazine.

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1993, April 9th – Japanese workers check the stock board in front of the Yamaichi Securities. (Photo by Toyo Keizai)


1960, Tokyo, Japan – Main building of Dai-Ichi Kangyo Bank, which was transferred to Mizuho Bank is seen in a picture. (Photo by Toyo Keizai)

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1998, October, 23rd – Exterior appearance of Tokyo Metropolitan Government (Photo by Toyo Keizai)

Nippon News through our parent company Aflo is proud to be associated with Toyo Keizai. We hope to add more images here in the future but if you have any specific requests relating to Japan’s economic history then please let us know and we will be glad to research this for you.