Dai Nippon Printing Co., Ltd.


DNP, Dai Nippon Printing, was established in 1876 as the first full-scale printing company in Japan. Expanding printing technology has been a fundamental DNP policy since the 1950s. We have diversified operations to include packaging, decorative materials, electronic components, and information media supplies.

A wide variety of DNP products and services are essential in our daily lives. These products and services enrich every aspect of our lives, and their undisputed reputation makes them natural choices for businesses and consumers alike. By combining innovative technology and expertise, DNP offers  products and services that can help fulfill dreams, enrich everyday life, and enhance communication.



1-1-1, Ichigaya Kagacho
Shinjuku-ku
Tokyo 162-8001
Japan
Phone: 81-3-3266-2111
Contact us
Url: http://www.dnp.co.jp/


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