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Yamaha is a manufacturing conglomerate based in Japan. Their main products are electronics, motorcycles, musical instruments, and sports equipment. Yamaha was founded in 1887 as a piano and organ manufacturer. Yamaha’s history as an instrument manufacturer is the basis for its current logo — interlocked tuning forks. Yamaha is currently the world’s largest manufacturer of musical instruments. They manufacture pianos, drums, guitars, brass, string and woodwind instruments, among other instruments. Yamaha also owns a music teaching program, which includes textbooks, music and techniques for teaching. Since the early 1900s, Yamaha has continually diversified their products. Most recently, Yamaha opened its own record company, Yamaha Music Communications. Yamaha also owns Yamaha Motor Company, a manufacturer that makes motorcycles, boats and various recreation-related vehicles.
Today, Yamaha has been in business for over 125 years. They create over $15 billion in revenue yearly. The main company employs about 20,000 people while the Yamaha Motor company employs over 50,000 people. Yamaha’s wide range of products has allowed it to continue to grow and flourish over the last century. It is led by Takuya Nakata, the president and director of the company.