Japanese Consumers' Co-operative Union (JCCU)

The Japanese Consumer Co-operative is an organization organized by consumers becoming cooperative members through the payment of subscription, which is used to engage in business operations necessary for the betterment of the daily lives of the members. The main operation of the co-operative is to supply foods and other daily necessities through store operation and home delivery service to its members. It is also engaged in other operations, such as mutual-aid insurance, social welfare and medical services. At present, co-operative membership stands at over 26 million nationwide, and the total business turnover of co-operative operations have exceeded 3 trillion JPY.

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CO-OP PLAZA 3-29-8, SHIBUYA, SHIBUYA-KU, TOKYO, 150-8913

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