We are carrying out our business activities with this desire to "deliver delicious bread!" to everyone in Hokkaido.
Chief Executive Officer Kiyoshi Kitajima
In 1991, we began operations at two in-store bakeries.
Aiming to become a bakery closest to our customers' lives,
"We offer delicious bread that has been freshly baked with ""my vow"" in our heart."
Currently, in order for each store to be a bakery needed by local customers, we operate stores under three brands throughout Hokkaido, and welcome our customers with "vigorous greetings with quality, freshness, product lineup, and smiling faces."
There are many delicious foods in Hokkaido.
Accordingly, with its business base in Hokkaido, we keep relationships with various parts of Hokkaido, and also intend to work to revitalize local communities.
I want my colleagues who work with me to realize "Making bread is fun! Working is fun!"
In addition, I think "Each person thinks and acts, and verifies the results." This is the point, and I hope that even if they fail, they learn from it, act, and grow.
We have a lot of colleagues, each with its own personality and ideas, and that's big treasure.
I hope that they will continue to make many proposals and participate more and more in the future.
In addition, we will foster a workplace environment that facilitates the exchange of opinions between stores, headquarters, and management, and make it a company that encourages everyone to move toward the vision.
We will continue to engage in business activities that are supported by stakeholders based on community-based store operations.
L’air bon inc.
11-2-43 Hassamu 8-jo, Nishi-ku, Sapporo-shi, Hokkaido
Year of Establishment
30 million yen
We operate bakeries such as "L'airbon", "Cent Varie", and "Otaru Saint-Germain" at supermarkets throughout Hokkaido.
Established Nichiro Baker's Co., Ltd.wholly owned by Nichiro Corporation.
Launched operations at two in-store bakeries.
Began operating of Saint-Germain Hokkaido Business Division, at 37 stores as a result of the business transfer.
Spun off Hokkaido Division from Saint-Germain Co., Ltd. to establish Hokkaido Saint-Germain Co., Ltd. as a 100% subsidiary of Saint-Germain Co., Ltd.
Opened a "meal store" with a café facility.
Opened a new shop in JR Kushiro, the first outlet on the premises of JR Station.
Opened "Otaru Saint-Germain" in JR Otaru Station.
Opened "Cent Varie" Nishi-Obihiro, the first 100-yen bakery.
Opened its first "Cent Varie" Yayoi store in a home center.
Company name changed to L'air bon inc.
Became a wholly owned subsidiary of create restaurants holdings inc.
Reached 68 stores in Hokkaido.