Founding and History
The company name "Sugatsune" is a shortened form of the founder's name, Sugasawara Tsunesaburo. It was founded as Sugatsune Shouten in Kanda, Tokyo in 1930. The store was incorporated and changed its name to Sugatsune Kogyo Co, Ltd., and started manufacturing telecommunication hardware components until the end of the Pacific War. Thereafter, the company started producing architectural and furniture hardware during postwar period. Sugatsune first hardware was exported to the U.S. in 1949.
Sugatsune America, Inc., known for “Lapcon” architectural hardware and “Lamp” brand, is the wholly owned subsidiary of Sugatsune Kogyo Co. Ltd. It is located in Carson, Southern California.
Ever since Sugatsune Kogyo Co. Ltd was established, the company has released numerous hardware technologies under the motto of “Be original”, including Lapcon technology and special patented hardware. Sugatsune is a source for unique, high-quality hardware products, and component hardware for high profile custom designed homes, telecommunication devices, consumer electronics; marine equipments are in which Sugatsune brand is known for. Several Sugatsune products have won Good Design Award (Japanese: グッドデザイン賞) which was instituted by the Ministry of International Trade and Industry of Japan.
Sugatsune is headquartered in Kanda, Tokyo and the company has sales and distribution offices in the U.S.A., U.K., and China.
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