The Best Japanese Brands
Some of the biggest companies in the world are based in and began in Japan. From the world's largest automobile manufacturers like Toyota and Honda to leading electronics companies and trendy Japanese clothing brands, Japan has had a huge impact on the global business and consumer market. But which are the best Japanese brands available to consumers?
We've assembled the largest and most popular Japanese companies and brands for your perusal. Do you think Japanese entertainment brands like Sony and Nintendo are the greatest brands Japan has to offer? Or do you prefer their top quality automobiles? If we're talking Japan, you can't forget about the food and major companies like Ajinomoto and Kikkoman are listed here, along with the best whiskey in the world, which just happens to be Japanese. Who knew?!
Of course, Japan is also know for its leading photography companies like Nikon, Canon, and Olympus. Japanese fashion brands have also been taking the world by storm, with exports like Uniqlo and BAPE.Which Japanese companies and brands from Japan do you think are highest quality and all around best? Vote below and if any of your favorite Japanese companies are missing, be sure to add them for others to vote on!
- Motor Vehicles and Passenger Car Bodies, Automotive industryThe world's leading auto manufacturer, valued at $35 billion.
- Consumer electronics, Video game, Interactive entertainment
- Consumer electronics, Motion Picture and Video Production, Semiconductor and Other Electronic Component ManufacturingHome of PlayStation, Sony is valued at $8.4 billion.
- Consumer electronics, Semiconductor and Other Electronic Component Manufacturing, Home applianceValued at $5.8 billion, Panasonic is the world's fourth largest television manufacturer.
- Truck, Aerospace, AviationAutomobiles, generators, lawn mowers, and personal watercraft.
- Photography, Other Computer Peripheral Equipment Manufacturing, Photographic Equipment and SuppliesLeading company in cameras, printers, and photography accessories. Valued at $11 billion.