Caring about people's health is where
Takeda Consumer Healthcare Company started.
We are always there for our customers.
In 1950 Takeda released Panvitan®, Japan's first multivitamin, and in 1954 it successfully developed the vitamin B1 derivative (a drug that increases absorption of vitamin B1) Alinamin®.
Takeda Consumer Healthcare Company (TCHC) started from a desire to help people suffering from malnutrition caused by postwar food shortages.
We have a strong, unshakable belief in helping people who want to be healthy achieve this through the provision of excellent products and appropriate information. We take our role in consumer healthcare very seriously, and are working to quickly respond to our customer's diverse needs, and growing the company.
Products Available at Pharmacies and Drug Stores in Japan
You can view our over-the-counter drugs and quasi-drugs that are available at pharmacies and drug stores on the following site.
Products Available through our Online Shop
You can view information about our quasi-drugs, health foods, medicinal cosmetics, and other products available online on the following site.
*The online shop can only be used by customers in Japan.