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About Tokyo Marche Yoga

What is “Tokyo Marche”

“Tokyo Marche” is Japan’s first studio that combines both greengrocers and yoga studio in one.

Our first store opened in Meguro Fudou’s shopping promenade by renovating a vacant store.

In 2012, we opened our second studio in Denenchoufu, Ota-ku called “Tokyo Marche Yoga Denenchoufu.” In addition, we are scheduled to open our third studio in Ikegami, Ota-ku where we are going to cater to the elderly for day service.

It will be the first combination of yoga, greengrocers, and day service, all in one.

Tokyo Marche Yoga will continue to work in becoming a “Health Concierge in the Community” by advising ways to stay naturally healthy without the need of medicine.

【Tokyo Marche History】

  1. ・September 2004. It all started off with one entry in a mail magazine site “Mag Mag” called “Off we go to a depopulated village!” Subscriber (through LOHAS ClubNetwork) increased to 1500 people in one year.
  2. ・November 2005. A startup company was established with capital investment of 10.5 million yen from the magazine company Sotokoto and held its office within its premises. As part of its business “Kagoshima’s farm tour” started.
  3. ・February 2007. Acquired 8580m2(2600 tsubo) of land in Komoro-city, Nagano Prefecture and established “Komoro Eco Village” as a place to interact with local farmers and villagers.
  4. ・May 2007. Agreed on a capital and business alliance with “Daichi Wo Mamoru Kai” (Protection of the Earth Group) and received capital investment of 15.5 million yen. Moved its office from Sotokoto to Daichi Wo Mamoru Kai in Roppongi.
  5. ・May 2008. Started “Roppongi Agriculture Club KU” for business people working in the city.
  6. ・October 2009. Started “Azabu Jyuban Interaction Salon” in the Azabu Jyuban area. Moved its office to Azabu Jyuban in May 2010.
  7. ・August 2010. Started selling vegetables on a two-wheeled cart and had 20 stores within Tokyo. This business was named “Tokyo Marche.”
  8. ・February 2011. Received capital investment of 20.5 million yen from an Agricultural fund “JAIC Seed Capital.”
  9. ・May 2011. Opened Japan’s first greengrocers and yoga collaborated studio in Meguro Fudou called “Tokyo Marche Yoga Meguro Fudou.”
  10. ・June 2011. Moved its office to Meguoro Fudou Shopping Promenade.
  11. ・February 2012. Receive Investment of 33.5 million yen from Heiankaku and Takeichi Kensetsu.
  12. ・March 2012. Second studio opened in Denenchoufu called “Tokyo Marche Denenchoufu.”
  13. ・January 2013. Care prevention day service studio called “Tokyo Marche Ikegami Yoga & Anti-Aging Studio” to be opened.