Company Overview

Trade Name:
ROYCE' Confect Co., Ltd.
Head Office:
1-1, Ainosato4-9, Kita-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido 002 8074 Japan
Futomi Factory:
640-15 Bitoe, Tobetsu-cho, Ishikari-gun, Hokkaido 061 3775 Japan
Ainosato Factory:
1-1, Ainosato4-9, Kita-ku, Sapporo, Hokkaido 002 8074 Japan
July 1983
Yasuhiro Yamazaki
61.0 million JPY (As of July 2009)

Back to Top


High quality production and strict hygiene standards

Access to the production line is strictly controlled. Before entering the production line area, everyone is required to wear factory-issued uniforms and shoes before passing through a specialized air tunnel to remove dust. Adhesive tape rollers are then used to ensure that no dust remains on the clothes. Finally, hands are carefully washed and disinfected. No one may proceed to the production line until they have fully completed this process.

All tanks, ducts and drainage pipes in our factory are made of stainless steel to prevent the propagation of bacteria. All equipment is carefully disinfected on a daily basis. All pipes in the ventilation system of the factory are completely covered with fine-meshed filters, enabling the plant managers to ensure a constant intake of dust-free fresh air.

By taking these measures, we are confident of offering our customers products of the highest quality and hygiene. At Royce', it is our policy to respond continuously to customers' requests and produce confectionery with uncompromising standards.

Location: 640-15, Bitoe, Tobetsu-cho, Ishikari-gun, Hokkaido
Site Area: About 54,700m2
Total Floor Area: About 35,800m2
Productive Capacity: About 6,000t/year
Function: Production: Freight distribution center and Laboratory

Back to Top

World Cocoa Foundation / WCF

Royce' has become a member of World Cocoa Foundation.

The World Cocoa Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 2000 for the purpose of promoting social and economic development as well as environmental stewardship in cocoa-growing communities. The foundation is a membership-based organization with approximately 70 member companies involved in the cocoa and chocolate industries around the world, representing over 80% of the global market.

The foundation supports programs that work with farmers on a pre-competitive basis, prior to sale or commercialization of their cocoa. In this way, the programs provide farmers with the skills they need to operate productive farms and make sound business decisions. Royce' approves of the programs and would like to contribute to built up the fare industrial structure of world cocoa & chocolate business. With holding this belifes we became a member of WCF.

Back to Top