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Jesnet

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Jesnet
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Founded December 24, 1952
Parent company / owner Nintendo
Divisions / Subsidiaries N/A
Website www.jesnet.co.jp/

Jesnet Co. Ltd is a toy manufacturer and distributor of video game products in Sapporo. Founded in 1952, they are a primary distributor of Nintendo products for the Japanese market.

On August 25, 2016, Nintendo announced plans to purchase 70% of shares in Jesnet, who will work with Ajioka Co, Ltd. to improve Nintendo's supplying capabilities. The company purchased its shares on April 3, 2017, making Jesnet a subsidiary of Nintendo.[1]

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