Corporate Info


The pursuit of corporate development, and profits should not be prioritized over the dignity of human beings, their lives, their cultures and the nature.

In order to secure the confidentiality, completeness and availability of all information's handled in the business providing the Cloud Solution for Food Service companies, We acquired ISMS (ISO27001 Information Security Management System) certification and registration in December 2012.
Our main product, "FOODIT" an ERP (Enterprise Resources Planning) package system for Food Service companies, was initially introduced from one person to another and is now used in the daily operations of many food service companies and stores.

In the 24 years since we started providing system services, we have grown to more than 15,000 stores in Japan, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, USA, Indonesia, Thailand, Myanmar, Vietnam and Cambodia.

We are confident that this is the result of our proactive approach to customer requirements and repeated system improvements.

Technological innovations centered on IT and IoT have evolved at high speed and the Food Service industry is undergoing rapid changes as well.

With borders disappearing and more and more companies becoming familiar with the global market environment, we are working to localize the system to the countries and regions in which they are needed. We are focusing on developing a system that can be used anywhere and everywhere.

In addition to focusing on quality, security, and usability, we will contribute to our customers and society as a group of creators who propose and provide system services that anticipate the needs of our customers and the social environment.

This year marks the 37th anniversary of the company's founding and we will continue to make further efforts to provide even greater customer satisfaction.

1 January 2024

Toshihiko Kawakubo
Chief Executive Officer

Management Philosophy

  • Contribute to the peace and prosperity of humanity
  • Pursuing fair profits and giving back to society, shareholders, employees and their families
  • Putting the customer first and putting it into practice with imagination, integrity and efforts
  • The pursuit of corporate development, and profits should not be prioritized over the dignity of human beings, their lives, their cultures and the nature

Management Policy

  • Contribute to society through the creation of computer systems
  • Aspire to be a global orientated company with business performance management from an international perspective
  • Ensuring employees a secure place where they have opportunities for self-realization and maximizing their abilities
  • Gathering of wisdom and participation by all members for the development of the business
  • Develop human resources with great importance to humanity
  • Contribute to the industrial devlopment by striving to improve technology
  • Develop new businesses through unlimited creativity and anticipation of needs

Corporate Data

  • Name

    Mediamix Taiwan Inc.

  • CEO

    Toshihiko Kawakubo

  • Address

    R20, 8F., No.132, Sec. 2, Nanjing E. Rd., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei City 10489, Taiwan (R.O.C.)
    Tel +886-2-2506-1706
    Fax +886-2-2506-1716

  • URL

Tokyo Head Office

  • Name

    Mediamix, Ltd.

  • Headquarters

    HI Gotanda Bldg, 2-11-17, Nishi Gotanda, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 141-0031 Japan
    Tel +81-3-5740-8188
    Fax +81-3-5740-6810

  • URL

Overseas operating base

  • Company name

    Shanghai Lingyunsi Information Technology, Inc.

  • Address

    12F/D2, HuaXin Haixin Bldg, 666 Fuzhou Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai 200001 China
    Tel +86 156 9213 6921

  • Dalian Branch

    08B, 6F XiWang Tower, No. 136 Zhongshan Road, Zhongshan District, Dalian 116000

  • URL

  • Company name

    Japan Mediamix Singapore Pte. Ltd.

  • Address

    150 Orchard Road #07-02 Singapore 238841
    Tel +65-9112-2661

  • URL

  • Company name

    Mediamix Hong Kong Ltd.

  • Address

    Suite 1005, 10/F, Tai Yip Building, 141 Thomson Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong


Mediamix Taiwan Inc.

R20, 8F., No.132, Sec. 2, Nanjing E. Rd., Zhongshan Dist., Taipei City 10489, Taiwan (R.O.C.)

Information security management

Our company is built on a relationship of trust with our customers, business partners, and other stakeholders.
In order to maintain and improve this trust and provide good quality services, all employees, including management, must be aware of the value and importance of information assets, sufficient safety measures must be enacted, and information’s completeness, confidentiality, and availability must be preserved.

Information security basic policy

For this reason, we have established an “Information Security Fundamental Policy” for the improvement of information security to provide appropriate protection for various threats to our information assets.

  1. We establish internal standards and implement risk evaluation, maintain awareness of threats and vulnerabilities related to important information assets, enact appropriate risk countermeasures for risks, and make efforts to prevent information security incidents such as fraudulent access, losses, damage, modification, or leakage of information assets.
  2. We have decided benchmarks for information security, and while working toward their achievement, we are also spreading awareness of the importance of information assets and information security to all employees, ensuring that proper usage of information assets, devices, and equipment becomes common knowledge.
  3. If information security problems do occur, we promptly carry out investigations to determine the cause, making efforts to minimize damages and stop them from spreading, implement the ideal countermeasures, prevent recurrences, and improve maintenance.
  4. We implement continuous activities related to the aforementioned Information Security Fundamental Policy and have also established a management system to ensure new threats can be handled.
  5. If any employees are found to have violated legal requirements or internal company regulations, applicable penalties specified in internal rules such as the Employment Regulations are applied.
  6. This fundamental policy is reviewed regularly, and we make efforts to continually improve it.
  • Date of enactment 1 April 2017
  • Mediamix
  • CEO Toshihiko Kawakubo

Basic Policy against Antisocial Forces

Our company's corporate activities and daily life are based on an orderly social system.
Recognizing that it is an important social task to eliminate antisocial forces that hinder the healthy development of the economy and society, we have established the following basic policy.

  1. Our company as a whole will cope with antisocial forces in an organized manner.
  2. Our company will eliminate any relationships whatsoever with antisocial forces.
  3. Our company will ensure the safety of its employees who are handling unreasonable demands from antisocial forces.
  4. Our company will make constant efforts to create close and collaborative relationships with outside specialists, such as the police, the "violation-elimination-promotion centers" (bouryoku-tsuihou-undou-suishin centers), and lawyers.
  5. Our company will provide no funds whatsoever to antisocial forces.
  • Date of enactment 1 May 2012
  • CEO Toshihiko Kawakubo

Prevention of Illegal Copying

As such, before the user can install (copy) software, they must first obtain the necessary permission/authorization from the software manufacturer (who is also the copyright holder). This permission/authorization is called a "license" and can generally be obtained by agreeing to the license agreement at the time of installation.
For this reason, installations exceeding the permitted number of devices the program can be installed in, which is defined in the license, are illegal copies, in other words, copyright infringement.
This means that even if the user purchases genuine software, if the number of software installations exceeds the number of licenses held by the user's organization, the said user will have violated the license agreement, as well as the copyright law. If the user has been discovered to have done this, they may become liable for damages, or worse, be subject to criminal penalties, such as imprisonment or fines. Being found to have committed illegal copying will also damage one's reputation and credibility.


Copyright is the right given to the creator (author) of works (copyrighted material), including music, paintings, novels, and movies.
Aside from audio and video, copyrighted works also include computer programs and digitized files of such.
The copyright is granted to the author at the time of creation, with no special registration required.
Copyright is defined by the Copyright Law.
The copyright given to the author is defined in detail in the stipulations of the Copyright Law, and as a general rule, third parties cannot use copyrighted work without permission. Because of this, in principle, it is necessary to obtain the permission of the author (or copyright holder) to use the copyrighted work.
Unauthorized use of copyrighted materials constitutes infringement and is subject to criminal penalties.