About us

Innovation Through Excellence

Specialized Manufacturer of Piezoelectric Ceramics & Sensors

Piezoelectric ceramics generate signals for devices and sensors in a wide variety of industrial fields.
FUJI CERAMICS has been dedicated to the development and production of piezoelectric ceramic products based on this unique material as a manufacturer specializing sensors that apply the material.
Our strength lies in our customer-centric manufacturing philosophy driven by a dedicated workforce.
By leveraging this empowered force, we have achieved a highly flexible system that can accommodate single-item orders up to mass production with a customer-centric approach that allows for custom-made products and short lead time.
We prioritize customer communication, enhancing the quality of work that only FUJI CERAMICS can deliver, with an unwavering commitment that extends seamlessly into the future.

Message from President

The Pursuit of Excellence – Proactively Creating New Value, Never Resting on Past Achievements.

Since our founding in 1975, we have relentlessly explored the vast possibilities of piezoelectric ceramic technology as a leading independent ceramics manufacturer.

Our strength lies in a seamless system, from raw materials to finished products, enabling us to flexibly realize customer demands. Amid heightened global competition, we have earned high praise for our quality, delivering stable technological prowess across diverse sectors, from top national universities to major players in the automotive industry.

Our diverse know-how cultivated through customer referrals is a testament to the trust and gratitude we have earned from our valued clients. As industries approach significant turning points, particularly in fields witnessing remarkable progress such as EVs, AI, and medical technology, our advanced sensor technology utilizing piezoelectric ceramics is poised to play an increasingly pivotal role.

We believe our sensor technology can significantly contribute to the expansion of production facilities in emerging countries undergoing substantial infrastructure development. As the market undergoes a radical transformation, FUJI CERAMICS has undergone a generational shift, entering a new era.

Never resting on our laurels, we aspire to create proprietary technologies that provide new value to the world, while simultaneously establishing a business structure better aligned with our customers’ expectations through proactive sales activities.

Enhancing corporate value extends beyond the boardroom; it creates an environment where employees find fulfillment in their work. Aligning with our corporate mission statement, “Contribute to Society through Technology,” we pledge to redouble our efforts to bring satisfaction to all parties involved with FUJI CERAMICS.

Representative director Yutaka Seiji

Fuji Ceramics Co., Ltd. Representative Director Yutaka Seiji

Company Profile

Company name FUJI CERAMICS CORPORATION
Establishment April 21, 1975
Business Activities
  1. Manufacture and sale of electronic ceramic elements, mainly piezoelectric ceramic elements
  2. Manufacture and sale of vibration, shock, acoustic, ultrasonic, and a variety of piezoelectric sensors
  3. Manufacture and sale of various piezoelectric actuator elements, such as micro-displacement actuators
  4. In addition, manufacturing and selling of applied devices and equipment using electronic ceramics.
Capital 45 million yen
Executive officers President Yutaka Seiji
Director Hidetoshi Horiuchi
Director Hirofumi Takahashi
Auditor Shin Seiji
Main bank Shizuoka Bank, Fujinomiya Branch
Fiscal year-end October 20 (once a year)
Number of employees 260
Affiliated Organizations Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association (JEITA)
Certification registration 《ISO9001:2015/ISO14001:2015》
Scope of registration: Design, development, manufacture, and sale of piezoelectric ceramics, piezoelectric ceramic-applied products, and peripheral products
Registered factories: Head Office Factory, Kita Factory, Kitayama Factory, Shiraito Factory, Togami Factory
《IATF16949:2016》
Scope of registration: Design and manufacture of piezoelectric ceramics
Manufacturing factory: Shiraito Factory
Supporting factory: Head Office Factory

Organizational Chart

Organizational Chart

History

April 1975 FUJI CERAMICS was established and registered as an independent company with capital of 10 million yen by spinning out from the piezoelectric division of the current Terumo Corporation.
September 1975 FUJI CERAMICS started operations in Kuroda, Fujinomiya-shi, Shizuoka Prefecture.
February 1976 FUJI CERAMICS increased its capital to 30 million yen.
April 1980 FUJI CERAMICS relocated to its new Head Office Factory to 2320-11, Yamamiya, Fujinomiya-shi, Shizuoka Prefecture.
December 1984 Dai-ichi Ceram Co., Ltd. relocated the Head Office Factory.
December 1984 FUJI CERAMICS received the Shizuoka Governor Award for excellence in labor management.
January 1986 Expansion of the new building at the head office and factory.
October 1989 FUJI CERAMICS opened its Tokyo Office in Nakano-ku, Tokyo, starting overseas sales operations.
July 1990 FUJI CERAMICS built its new Togami Factory at 1971-1, Togami, Fujinomiya-shi, Shizuoka Prefecture.
April 1991 FUJI CERAMICS increased its capital to 45 million yen.
November 1992 FUJI CERAMICS built its new Kitayama Factory at 126-2, Kitayama, Fujinomiya-shi, Shizuoka Prefecture.
February 1996 FUJI CERAMICS relocated its Tokyo Office to Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo.
September 2001 FUJI CERAMICS built its new South Building at its Head Office Factory.
November 2005 FUJI CERAMICS built its new Shiraito Factory at 2281, Kamiide, Fujinomiya-shi, Shizuoka Prefecture.
November 2012 FUJI CERAMICS built its new Kita Factory.
November 2014 FUJI CERAMICS built its new South Building No.1 at Shiraito Factory.
April 2015 FUJI CERAMICS celebrated its 40th anniversary.
October 2017 Yutaka Seiji became the president of FUJI CERAMICS.
April 2020 FUJI CERAMICS celebrated its 45th anniversary.

Environmental Policy

FUJI CERAMICS CORPORATION regards environmental conservation efforts as one of its priority issues under the corporate mission statement, “Contribute to Society through Technology.” To that end, we will harmonize our environmental improvement initiatives with business activities and act for the realization of an eco-friendly society where people feel a sense of warmth.

  1. We regularly monitor the impact of our business activities and products on the environment to reduce environmental burdens and prevent pollution.
  2. To implement our environmental policy, we set appropriate objectives, review them periodically, and work hard on ecological conservation and improvement.
  3. We comply with environmental laws and regulations, ensuring the observance of other agreed-upon requirements and the management of regulated chemical substances.
  4. FUJI CERAMICS pursues the reduction of environmental burdens in our corporate activities, from piezoelectric ceramic materials to the design, development, manufacture, and sale of applied products by:
    • reducing the resources and energy we consume,
    • reducing the volume of industrial waste we generate,
    • developing eco-friendly, environment-responsive products.
  5. FUJI CERAMICS provides all employees with thorough instructions on this environmental policy to proactively implement it as a single team, while making it widely available to the public.

October 21, 2017
FUJI CERAMICS CORPORATION
President Yutaka Seiji

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2320-11 Yamamiya, Fujinomiya City, Shizuoka Prefecture 418-0111
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