• Company Name
    Tatsuno Corporation
  • Foundation
    May 1, 1911
  • Capital
    480 million yen
  • President
    Hiromichi Tatsuno
  • Board of Directors
    Senior Managing Director : Akira Notoya
    Managing Director : Hiroshi Makino
    Director : Sho Tatsuno
    Director : Akira Taguchi
    Director : Yasuyuki Tsumura
    Audit & Supervisory Board Member : Tatsuya Aoyagi
  • Number of employees
    Tatsuno Corporation (Japan) 1,250 (As of June 1, 2021)
    Tatsuno Group (Worldwide)  1,923 (As of June 1, 2021)
  • Address
    Head Office : 2-6, Mita 3-Chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo Japan
    Yokohama Plant : 1-1, Kasama 4-chome, Sakae-ku, Yokohama
  • Contact number
    Tel. +81-(0)50-9000-0555
    (International Marketing Department)
  • Business overview
    1) Manufacture and sale of a variety of equipment for the petrol industry
    2) Manufacture and sale of OA equipment for gas stations
    3) Design and construction of gas stations, oil depots and plants
    4) Repair and maintenance of gas-related machinery
    5) Environmental preservation related to gas stations and oil depots
Head Office

Head Office

Yokohama Plant

Yokohama Plant


Head Office

Yokohama Plant


  • 1) Main Registered Patents

    • Overhead Gasoline Dispenser
    • Self-serve gas station fare adjustment system
    • Self-serve gas station management system
    • Remote surveillance system
    • High-tech lorry system
  • 2) Main Registered Design

    • Vapour recovery equipment
    • Hydrogen filling equipment
    • Tower NX
    • Sunny NX –D70


Environmental Practices

Tatsuno as a maker of fueling equipment for all types of cars pledges to protect the environment of the Earth for the future generations.
To achieve this, have received for our production the ISO14001 certification.

Environmental Practices

Yokohama Plant’s environmental policy

Tatsuno contributes to the society by providing products and system solutions related to the car energy infrastructure.
We are well aware of the risks to the environment and the importance of its protection due to the years of experience in the field as a producer of above mentioned products and system solutions.
Our company as well as our employees follow the below mentioned environmental policy and are thus striving for the improvement of the environment.

  • Tatsuno is striving to follow the policies of energy-related customer companies and organizations and through the development of new products and technologies we are trying to prevent environmental pollution and reduce the environmental footprint.
  • Tatsuno strives to reduce the amount of natural resources used in our activities, and along with the reduction of energy use and waste material, we prevent hazardous materials stored in the Yokohama Plant from causing pollution to the surroundings.
  • Tatsuno follows environmental laws, rules and other regulations.
  • All employees are well aware of the importance of the policy and the protection and the improvement of the environment.
  • We make this policy public.

Tatsuno & Local Community

Tatsuno for many years regularly organizes school educational tours of Yokohama Plant for the pupils of local primary schools.
This way, we can teach them “What the factory next door produces”.


Tatsuno’s Policy on Health, Security, Safety, the Environment and Social Performance applies to all of our activities and is designed so that our employees and subcontractor workers can work in a healthy and safe work environment.

Tatsuno & Local Community

Tatsuno’s HSSE policy consists of four main points:

1) Health

Preservation of physical and mental health of employees and creation of safe, secure, and comfortable working environment.

2) Safety

Endeavor of maintaining product quality, and aiming for hazard prevention measures to reduce the number of accidents and disasters to zero.

3) Security

Thorough prevention of accidents and disasters, and aiming for a sustainable company management.

4) Environment

Endeavor for relevant product development, along with the conservation of resources and energy, and minimization of industrial waste in order to reduce the environmental pollution.