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1969–1973 1973–1981 1981–1986 1986–1998 1998–2003 2003–2013 2013–present
1969–1973 1973–1981 1981–1986 1986–1998 1998–2003 2003–2013 2013–present

Konami is a Japanese entertainment, video game and gambling conglomerate holder company located in Ginza, Chūō, Tokyo. It was founded on March 21, 1969, by Kagemasa Kōzuki in Osaka, stating him with his two co-founders' surnames of the company's name: Kagemasa Kozuki, Yoshinobu Nakama and Tatsuo Miyasako.

1969–1973

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1973–1981

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1981–1986

Konami-1981.svg

This logo was adopted in March 1981 & looks similar to the Panasonic logo which was adopted from.

1986–2003

1986–1998

Konami 1986.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Univers Black Italic
Launched:  Unknown

In August 1986, Konami introduced a new logo. The "bacon strips" were introduced (which would be used until 2003), and the wordmark on the bottom was given a new font (Univers Bold) and became all-uppercase, italicized, and colored gray; sometimes, the logo was placed in a boxed frame.

1998–2003

Konami 1998.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Univers Black
Launched:  Unknown

In October 1998, the Konami wordmark was made black and straightened upright. Like the last logo, a boxed frame is sometimes put around the logo. The wordmark is still being used on the card backs for the Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game.

2003–present

2003–2013

Konami (2003).svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Optima Pro Bold (Modified)
Launched:  Unknown

In April 2003, Konami introduced a new logo, in which the Konami "bacon strips" were abandoned. This logo consists of a knife-shaped banner with the word "KONAMI" in it. This logo is still used by Konami Sports Club.

2003–2013 (corporate only); 2013–present (generic)

Konami.svg
Designer:  Unknown
Typography:  Optima Pro Bold (Modified)
Launched:  Unknown

In 2013, the knife-shaped banner was removed, leaving only the wordmark from the previous logo. The wordmark variant originally used for corporate purpose from 2003 through 2013.

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