List of Stock Exchanges in Japan

Tokyo Stock Exchange, Inc. (TSE) is the second largest stock exchange in the world by aggregate market capitalization of its listed companies. It also boasts the largest market for Japanese securities derivatives such as Japanese Government Bond (JGB) and TOPIX (Tokyo Stock Price Index) futures.

In 2007, TSE became the first major exchange in the world and the first exchange in Japan to acquire the certifications for "ISO/IEC27001: 2005 / JIS Q 27001: 2006", which are global standards for Information Security Management System (ISMS).

TSE has signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with some of the main exchanges in the world, including the Korea Exchange, Inc. (KRX), Hanoi Stock Exchange, Australian Securities Exchange, Borsa Italiana, to name a few.

Nagoya Stock Exchange is the third largest exchange in Japan, behind the Tokyo Stock Exchange and Osaka Securities Exchange. The Nagoya Stock Exchange is a stock corporation providing an Exchange Securities Market under authorization of the Prime Minister.

List of Stock Exchanges in Japan:
  • Tokyo Stock Exchange
  • NEO
  • Osaka Securities Exchange
  • Hercules (formerly Nasdaq Japan)
  • Nagoya Stock Exchange
  • Centrex
  • Fukuoka Stock Exchange
  • Q-Board
  • Sapporo Securities Exchange
  • Ambitious