Welcome to our homepage!!
This is Hachidai Sasaki, the CEO of Sasaki Industries.

Our company is a company that plans, designs, manufactures and constructs products using steel while focusing on High Quality, Service and Innovation.
We handle wide range of products, such as bridges, steel frames for buildings and also solve “problems” where our customers are having a hard time. We are very open to challenges

Although Our Company has a history of over 50 years, the average age of our employees is 34 years old, where many foreign nationals are also actively working.
The company I aim to create is a company where everyone can work regardless of race, religion or gender while providing career growth plan, a safe work environment and encouraging a healthy lifestyle.

We aim to grow as a company that can contribute to society and the community with a power that just not rely on existing ideas but also with the new ideas from our employees.
I am really looking forward to meeting people with a lot of ideas and a very positive way of thinking and together break boundaries!


Hachidai Sasaki, CEO 佐々木八大

Company Profile

Company name

Sasaki Industries Co., Ltd.

Head Office

5-28, Fukuromachi, Naka-ku, Hiroshima-city, MAP
Hiroshima Prefecture Japan
TEL (082) 504-7560 (main)

Tokyo Branch

Tokyo Branch
2-2-1 Shiba Daimon, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Unizo Shiba Daimon 2-chome Building 6F Japan MAP
TEL (03) 5776-3513

Tohoku Branch

1-35 kaisei Ishinomaki-city Miyagi Prefecture JapanMAP
TEL (0225) 24-6515

Iwakuni Factory

3-13-1, Shinminato-cho, Iwakuni-City,
Yamaguchi Prefecture JapanMAP
TEL (0827) 30-3135
・ Land area 6,500m²
・ Factory area 3,500m²


August 1964

Corporate organization

December 1972


20,000 thousand yen

Representative Director

Hachidai Sasaki


Permanent employment (50 people) / Temporary employment (30 people)

Main customer

Civil engineering

Kajima construction, Shimizu construction, Goyo construction, Taisei construction, Yoshin construction

Heavy machinery plant

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries, Hitachi Zosen, Nippon Cable


Wood One, Nakamoto Afforestation, Hiroshima Resort