Kyosho Corporation is a Japanese company based in Tokyo, which operates internationally under the name KYOSHO. The company's main office is located in Chiyoda, and the production headquarters are located in Atsugi, Kanagawa
Established in October 1963, Kyosho created its first trademark radio-controlled model car in 1970, being one of the oldest RC makers in Japan, and producing a wide variety of products, including cars, airplanes, helicopters, and boats.
The company is best known for the Inferno, its 1/8 scale competition buggies. The Mini-Z series are renowned for their small size and great handling, and more recently, the Fazer Charger, Chevelle, El Camino, and especially the Bel-Air, Skyline and 240Z touring cars have raised the bar for scale realism.
When you buy a Kyosho product, you are not just buying quality, reliability and performance, but also 50 years of Japanese-manufactured professional RC history and experience.