Tohoku Bank

Last updated
The Tohoku Bank Ltd
Type Public (TYO: 8349)
Industry Banking
Financial services
FoundedNovember 1, 1950
Headquarters Morioka, Iwate, Japan
Number of locations
Area served
Tōhoku region, Japan
Key people
Shin Asanuma (President)
Products Retail Banking
Payday advance
Consumer Finance
Investment Banking
684 million yen
Total assets 24.4 billion yen
Number of employees
Website Tohoku Bank homepage

The Tohoku Bank Limited (株式会社東北銀行, Kabushiki-gaisha Tōhoku Ginkō) is a Japanese regional bank that is based out of Morioka, the capital of Iwate prefecture in the Tohoku region of Japan. It is one of the smallest regional banks in Japan.[ citation needed ]


The bank was created in November, 1950.[ citation needed ]

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