Jiro Horiuchi left his name as the first generation of the fireworks family business. The current chairman, Haruo Horiuchi, trained at Taiyodo Tamura Smoke Shop and Shinshu Smoke Industry in the same prefecture in 1959, and learned “safe fireworks making” and “good craftsmanship”. After returning to Ina, he was able to make fireworks that he was satisfied with, and won the first place in the Ise competition. In 2003, Masaru Nasuno took over as the fourth generation of the company. In the new fireworks collection held in Omagari, they sent spirited Hanabi Sakka such as Shibata and Kigasawa to show their individual abilities by winning the gold prize. He has also put young people in charge of famous fireworks displays across the country, nurturing young creators who will take on the company’s back. As a manager, Nasuno is in charge of the manufacturing plan for the factory, staffing the fireworks display, and calling the shots for Tsuneo.
The Ina Kiko Horiuchi smoke shop produces about 1,800 large rounds a year. Of those, about 40 large 24-inch rounds have been produced. About half of these will be displayed at the Kuwana Suigo Fireworks in Mie, Japan.
The management philosophy of the fireworks shop is “making safe and satisfying fireworks”. The manufacturing plan is carried out from the customer’s point of view. He says he would like to set off the fireworks that only the Horiuchi Fireworks Shop can produce without resting on the growth in business.
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