The Nagoya Kinko, long name Nagoya Kinnosachihiko and also known as Nagoya Golden Dolphins, were one of the first teams in the Japanese Professional Baseball League. The team was owned by the Nagoya Shimbun (now known as the Chunichi Shimbun). The team never placed higher than fourth and by 1940, few players were willing to play for the team. The team merged with Tsubasa, which faced similar problems, to form Taiyo with the team's ownership transferred to Yoriyasu Arima.
- 1936-1940: Genzaburo Okada
|New Team||Nagoya Kinko
1936 - 1940
|Merged with Tsubasa to form Taiyo|