Top 50 Of Japan’s Most Rapidly Growing Tech Startups. GREE Is No. 1.

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Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu has compiled a list of the 50 fastest-growing tech firms in Japan [JP, PDF], and it’s quite interesting. The so-called Nippon Technology FAST50 was released yesterday by the company’s Tokyo subsidiary, and I took the liberty to fully translate the list.

Deloitte says the ranking is based on sales growth over the last three years and only companies that agreed to be included are in the list (which is not really great, but OK). The No. 1 is a web service: Mobile gaming platform GREE‘s sales have skyrocketed almost 27 times over the last three years (+2,636%).

Here’s the complete list (along with links to the English homepages whenever available).

Top 50 of Japan’s fastest growing tech companies:

No. 1: GREE (mobile social gaming) +2,636%

No. 2: Oasis (green tech) +812%

No. 3: Bictown (mobile advertising agency) +500%

No. 4: O-RID (digital data conversion) +495%

No. 5: tella (Life Science) +479%

No. 6: Fractalist (mobile marketing) +470%

No. 7: Cookpad (recipe site) +457%

No. 8: Full Speed (web promotion) +426%

No. 9: Ateam (mobile content) +313%

No. 10: OncoTherapy Science (Life Science) +313%

No. 11: NanoCarrier (Life Science) +241%

No. 12: Aeria (online gaming) +233%

No. 13: Linical (Life Science) +231%

No. 14: BrainPad (data mining) +222%

No. 15: Phoeton (laser technology) +219%

No. 16: Lock On (e-commerce solutions) +209%

No. 17: pcPhase (mobile technology solutions) +193%

No. 18: SBI Net Systems (security solutions) +177%

No. 19: DeNA (mobile social gaming) +165%

No. 20: Seesaa (blog engine provider) +164%

No. 21: Drecom (digital contents and blog system provider) +151%

No. 22: Wellnet (settlement services for ATMs) +148%

No. 23: Raccoon (B2B service provider) +147%

No. 24: Gala (online gaming) +141%

No. 25: Mediscience Planning (Life Science) +129%

No. 26: Digital Hearts (game testing) +125%

No. 27: FreeBit (network provider) +117%

No. 28: I-FREEK (mobile content provider) +116%

No. 29: Primeworks (online software and content provider) +113%

No. 30: UBIC (computer forensics) +110%

No. 31: Voltage (mobile contents) +109%

No. 32: FiBest (optical network provider) +109%

No. 33: OK Wave (FAQ solutions) +101%

No. 34: Next (real estate portal) +100%

No. 35: Interspace (affiliate marketing) +92%

No. 36: A-Care Systems (email distribution) +89%

No. 37: Neo Morgan (Life Science) +88%

No. 38: VarioSecure Networks (network security) +87%

No. 39: e-System (CRM solutions) +85%

No. 40: opt (online marketing) +82%

No. 41: PSC (medical software) +82%

No. 42: GCrest (online gaming) +81%

No. 43: Simplex Technology (financial trade applications) +77%

No. 44: NEPRO IT (online advertising and mobile contents) +76%

No. 45: Start Today (fashion site operator) +76%

No. 46: WebMoney (online payment system) +74%

No. 47: Billing System (online billing and settlement) +73%

No. 48: Japan Cablecast (digital TV content distribution) +72%

No. 49: Samco (electronic parts) +71%

No. 50: paperboy (web hosting) +68%

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Dr. Serkan Toto is a German based in Tokyo. Like us, he is passionate about introducing Japanese IT to the rest of the world. Full-time, Serkan works as an independent web industry consultant for hedge funds, venture capital companies and start-ups worldwide. He is also a writer for mega tech blog network TechCrunch, covering Japan-related technology and web trends. This is Serkan's website. Follow Serkan on Twitter here.

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Dr. Serkan Toto is a German based in Tokyo. Like us, he is passionate about introducing Japanese IT to the rest of the world. Full-time, Serkan works as an independent web industry consultant for hedge funds, venture capital companies and start-ups worldwide. He is also a writer for mega tech blog network TechCrunch, covering Japan-related technology and web trends. This is Serkan's website. Follow Serkan on Twitter here.

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