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  • Billiken Publishers ビリケン出版

    Address:5-17-6-101 Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0062
    Phone:03-3400-2214
    Website:www.billiken-shokai.co.jp
  • BL Publishers BL出版

    Address:2-2-20 Dezaike-cho, Hyogo-ku, Kobe-shi, Hyogo-ken 652-0846
    Phone:078-681-3111
    Website:www.blg.co.jp/blp
    Founded:1970
  • Hikarinokuni ひかりのくに

    Address:3-2-14 Uehonmachi, Tennozu, Osaka-shi, Osaka 543-0001
    Phone:06-6768-1151
    Website:www.hikarinokuni.co.jp/
    Founded:1946
    Subjects:Children's Books
  • Hirosaki University Press 弘前大学出版会

    Address:1 Bunkyocho, Hirosaki-shi, Aomori 036-8560
    Phone:0172-39-3168 
    Website:www.hirosaki-u.ac.jp/hupress/
    Founded:2004
  • Hiroshima University Press 広島大学出版会

    Address:1-2-2 Kagamiyama, Higashi-Hiroshima 739-8512
    Phone:082-424-6226
    Website:www.lib.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/press/
    Founded:2004
  • Hisakata Child ひさかたチャイルド

    Address:4-16-9-207 Koishikawa, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 112-0002
    Phone:03-3813-7726
    Website:www.hisakata.co.jp
    Founded:1981
    Contact:www.hisakata.co.jp/inquiry
  • PHP Institute, Inc. PHP研究所

    Address:11 Kitanouchi-cho, Nishikujo, Minami-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto 601-8411
    Website:www.php.co.jp/en
    Founded:1946
    Contact:www.php.co.jp/en/inquiry

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    PHP Institute was established in 1946 by the founder of the Panasonic Corporation, Konosuke Matsushita. The initials "PHP" come from the English phrase "Peace and Happiness through Prosperity," which encapsulates the institute's mission of bringing peace and fulfillment to human society by assuring both spiritual and material abundance.

    The institute has long published books across a wide spectrum of genres, from business to literature, practical guides to children's books, and in recent years it has added "light novels" (a distinctively Japanese category of fiction targeted primarily at teens) to the mix?over 600 titles each year, offering something for everybody. Among them are such bestsellers as the essay collection Michi o hiraku (The Path), by Konosuke Matsushita; the biographical novel Rikyu ni tazune yo (Ask This of Rikyu), by Ken'ichi Yamamoto; the mystery novel Mugenbana (Dream Flower), by Keigo Higashino; and the Meiro ehon (Maze Picture Books) series, by Gentaro Kagawa.