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Series B | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$2.2M | 6 yrs ago

About Hachimenroppi

Hachimenroppi is a fish delivery service, handling distribution services for restaurants. The company buys fish from markets and brokers across the country and delivers it to Japanese izakaya restaurants or diners, according to their specific needs.

Headquarters Location

2-24 Toyomicho Chuo-ku

Tokyo, 104-0055,


+81 03-6228-2795

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Latest Hachimenroppi News

Japan: Startups Moff, Hachimenroppi & Minrevi raise venture funding

Apr 4, 2017

Japan: Startups Moff, Hachimenroppi & Minrevi raise venture funding Subscribe to our newsletter Shiwen Yap April 3, 2017: &nbsp Wearable devices market Moff has raised $2.7 million, restaurant e-commerce portal Hachimenroppi has closed $2.16 million in funding and funeral services platform Minrevi has raised a $9 million Series C round. Sensor devices maker Moff raises $2.7m Japan’s Moff , which develops wearable sensor devices and services, has secured JPY 300 million ($2.7 million) from Energy & Environment Investment , Mitsubishi Research Institute (MRI) and Tsuneishi Capital Partners . This will finance a platform for healthcare, exercise and rehabilitation utilising its sensors. The system is designed to encourage health enhancement, care prevention and preventive medicine mainly targeting the elderly, by distributing content linked to body motions detected by the wearable sensor on user wrists. The business model of Moff relies on using users subscribing for monthly payments to access apps and services using its harware products as a conduit. It had previously raised funding from Bandai Namco and others in September 2015. With the principle business being a health enhancement business for the elderly, Moff’s CEO, Akinori Takahagi, said, “In addition to Moff for children or packaged products with educational materials for nursery schools and kindergartens, we had promoted research and development focusing on healthcare for about a year.” He adds, “As the “2025 problem” will become serious, one in five Japanese will become a late-stage elderly (75 years and over) and the reduction in the burden of nursing care as to manpower will be called for strongly.” The 2025 problem refers to when Japan’s ageing society will pose significant challenges to existing infrastructure and systems. Hachimenroppi raises $2.16m round Tokyo-based Hachimenroppi , which provides a food delivery service for restaurants, has raised JPY 240 million yen ($2.16 million ) from SMBC Venture Capital , SBI Investment , Senshu Ikeda Capital , Sansei Capital Investment as well as individual investors. The latest investment round brings its aggregate funding raised to about 1.1 billion yen ($9.9 million). Launched in April 2011, Hachimenroppi offers an e-commerce platform for restaurants in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area. According to Hachimenroppi, the latest investment will strengthen fulfilment and logistics, as well as enhancing web marketing efforts using private and open data management platforms. The company has been establishing its own logistics infrastructure and procurement network with food producers and regional markets across Japan. This is aimed at providing a stable supply of high-quality fishery products, fruits, vegetables and other food products to restaurants. This is coupled with its core offering of purchasing from central markets and the firm leveraging on its IoT (Internet of Things)-based platform managing deliveries that enables it to optimise delivery dispatches. Funeral startup Minrevi closes $9m Series C Tokyo-based Minrevi , which connects bereaved families to funeral homes and other end-of-life service providers, has raised a Series C round worth JPY 1 billion yen ($9 million). This includes JPY 150 million in loans from the state-run Japan Finance Corporation . Proceeds from the latest investment will strengthen the development of new services, expansion of its workforce and expansion of existing services. Investors in the round are Globis Capital Partners , Spiral Ventures Japan , and  Mizuo Capital . Existing investors Global Brain and Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Venture Capital also participated. The Series C round also sees Minrevi appointing Satoshi Shima as an external director. He previously worked for the President’s office at SoftBank and has served as a special advisor to SoftBank Mobile. Founded in 2009 as a review portal for funeral services, to date it has partnered with more than 500 funeral service providers and over 700 Buddhist monks across Japan. Also Read:

Hachimenroppi Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Hachimenroppi's headquarters?

    Hachimenroppi's headquarters is located at 2-24 Toyomicho, Tokyo.

  • What is Hachimenroppi's latest funding round?

    Hachimenroppi's latest funding round is Series B.

  • How much did Hachimenroppi raise?

    Hachimenroppi raised a total of $8.1M.

  • Who are the investors of Hachimenroppi?

    Investors of Hachimenroppi include SBI Investment, Sansei Capital Investment, SMBC Venture Capital, Senshu Ikeda Capital, Monex Ventures and 9 more.

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