• Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters
  • Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles
  • Saitama Seibu Lions
  • Chiba Lotte Marines
  • ORIX Buffaloes
  • Fukuoka SoftBank HAWKS

Pacific League Marketing Corporation Corporate Profile


To energize and brighten up the society of japan through the development of professional baseball and the rest of the sports industry.


To increase the number of new baseball fans.

What is PLM?

Pacific League Marketing Corporation was established in 2007 as a joint capital
investment company by 6 professional baseball teams belonging to Pacific League in Japan.
Objectives of the company are to further promote Pacific League and
overall professional baseball in Japan.
The company’s focus is “what can be done better if six baseball teams work jointly”
and “what cannot be done if worked by only a single baseball team?”
The company’s strength is with digital marketing, fully utilizing Internet service networks.
The company is committed to continuing to develop the business to meet
the company’s objectives while responding to the various changes of the era.
We will endeavor to continue to offer new value of baseball to the baseball fans.
Pacific League Marketing Corporation.
CEO. Tomoki Negishi

Corporate Profile (as of June 15, 2017)

Company name
Pacific League Marketing Corporation.(PLM)
May 14, 2007
30 million yen
Share Holders
Hokkaido Nipponham Fighters Baseball Club Co., Ltd.
Seibu Lions, Inc.
Chiba Lotte Marines Co., Ltd.
ORIX Baseball Club Co., Ltd.
Fukuoka SoftBank HAWKS Corp.
Chief Executive Officer
Tomoki Negishi (Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles)
Hitoshi Mitani (Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters)
Tomoyuki Oishi (Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles)
Junichi Inoue (Saitama Seibu Lions)
Takuya Harada (Chiba Lotte Marines)
Kan Fumihiro (ORIX Buffaloes)
Takashi Yoshitake (Fukuoka SoftBank HAWKS)


Audit & Supervisory Board
Hiroyuki Inomata
Organization Chart
Organization Chart
Notice of change of our Chief Executive Officer
Head Office
1-12-9 Nihombashi Hamacho, 3rd FL, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0007 Japan
  • Toei-metro Shinjuku Line
    About 3min by walk from "Hamacho" Station.
  • Toei-metro Asakusa Line
    About 6min by walk from "Higashi Nihombashi" Station.
  • Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line/Toei-metro Asakusa Line
    About 9min by walk from "Ningyocho" Station.
  • JR Sobu Line
    About 9min by walk from "Bakurocho" Station.