Tōyō Confectionary (東洋製菓株式會社; fl. c. 1900 - 1927) was a Japanese confectionary formed as a joint stock corporation backed by several confectioners and bakers in Tokyo and Yokohama, including Kimura Gishirō (木村儀四郎). Tōyō had a particularly and important reliable customer in the Japanese military, which ordered hardtack biscuits from the company in the era of the Russo-Japanese War. Tōyō also had an in-house publisher that produced books about confectionery and at least one map of Manchuria during the Russo-Japanese War.