Our History


Jun. 2000
Establishment of Oisix ra daichi Inc.
Jun. 2002
Launch of “Oisix Club” subscription service
Dec. 2009
Launched Oisix's first overseas operation, “Oisix Hong Kong”
Oct. 2010
Opened our first physical store in Ebisu Mitsukoshi
Mar. 2013
Listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Mothers market
Jul. 2013
Formal launch of "Kit Oisix", a meal kit service with more than five types of organic and specially-cultivated vegetables included (20 minutes or less preparation time)
May. 2015
Launched Oisix EC Consulting to provide consultation and business support services, using our own e-commerce knowledge and experience.
May. 2016
Acquired Tokushimaru, a subsidiary company serving older customers and customers without access to a local supermarket.

Radish Boya

May. 1988
Establishment of Kan Network Co., Ltd. (currently Radish Boya)
Jun. 2000
Became a consolidated subsidiary of Q'sai Co., Ltd. via transfer of shares
Aug. 2000
Company name changed to Radish Boya Co., Ltd.
Feb. 2006
Via MBO (Management Buy-out), became independent of Q'sai Co., Ltd.
Dec. 2008
Listed on the JASDAQ Stock Exchange
Aug. 2012
Became a consolidated subsidiary of NTT DOCOMO Co., Ltd. (* Concomitant delisting)
Jun. 2014
Initiation of foodstuff wholesaling to kindergarten facilities (commencement of nutritional menu consultation by our dietitian).


Aug. 1975
Daichi-wo-mamoru-shimin-no-kai was established by chairman Toshio Fujimoto. (Currently Daichi-wo-mamorukai).
Dec. 1987
Established Fruits Basket Ltd. in order to solve the problem of food waste in Kannami city in Shizuoka district.
Jul. 2010
Opened a new store called “Daichi-wo-mamoru Deli” in Ecute Tokyo Ekichika Tokyo station
May. 2013
Established a partnership with Lawson Ltd.
May. 2015
Expanded the range of delivery from Tokyo to Nation wide.