Japan's largest FRP shipyard

New Japan Marine was established in 1964 in Ominato, Ise City, Japan by the founder, Mr. Hikomatsu Nakakita, to build large yachts for export to the United States using FRP shipbuilding technology brought by an American, Mr. AK Ochsendor. Later, in 1970, the company moved to its current location in Aritaki-cho. The company has built passenger boats, fishery control vessels, research vessels, fishing boats, etc., and has come to be recognized as one of the leading FRP boat builders in Japan.

In recent years, New Japan Marine has been commissioned to build pleasure boats for Toyota Motor Corporation and Yamaha Motor Co. In the field of high-speed passenger boats, New Japan Marine has a strong reputation and a proven track record, and we will continue to evolve in order to deliver the highest quality to our customers.


Ise Head Office and Factory

This is the main factory of New Japan Marine, located in Ise City, Mie Prefecture. Here, we mainly produce 19-ton passenger boats, as well as business boats of 60ft or more. We also produce pleasure boats of 30ft or more on an OEM basis for Toyota Motor Corporation and Yamaha Motor Co.

Factory Map
Factory Map


Oita branch office and Factory

The Oita factory is located in Kunisaki, Oita Prefecture and is operated by New Japan Marine Kyushu Co. Many of the products in the NJM Boat Collection are manufactured at the Oita factory.