HISTORY

  • May 1904

    Founded in Hiroshima, as a kimono wholesaler

  • December 1952

    Incorporated

  • April 1968

    Opened a branch office in Tokyo, staring the planning and sale of women’s clothing, mainly sweaters and other knitted wear

  • January 1969

    Launched blockbuster brands: “Nobara (wild roses)” for sweaters with colorful designs and “Barbara Age” for knitted suits

  • April 1970

    Forerunning cut and sewn brands, “Brebis” and “Pericole,” grew rapidly.

  • April 1975

    Opened Osaka branch office to conduct community-oriented business

  • June 1977

    Opened Fukuoka branch store

  • October 1979

    Set up the headquarters in Aoyama, Tokyo, along with the expansion of business.
    Changed the company name to NARUMIYA Co., Ltd.

  • April 1982

    Launched an overseas brand, K-Factory, in New York

  • August 1985

    Entered into children’s clothing business with the launch of babies’ and toddlers’ brand, “Mini-K,” causing a sensation in the industry.

  • March 1988

    Announced babies’ and toddlers’ brand, “mezzo piano”

  • March 1989

    Announced juniors’ brand “Angel Blue”

  • July 1991

    Set up separate companies for the kimono business and for the apparel business. NARUMIYA INTERNATIONAL Co., Ltd. was founded as the company to operate the apparel business.

  • August 1995

    Founded N. I. Corporation
    Announced ladies’ brand “Jusqu’a”

  • September 1995

    Changed the company name to NARUMIYA INTERNATIONAL Co., Ltd.

  • March 1997

    Announced toddlers’ brand “pom ponette”

  • March 1998

    Announced juniors’ brand “pom ponette junior”

  • August 1998

    Announced juniors’ brand “Daisy Lovers”

  • March 1999

    Announced toddlers and juniors’ brand “Blue Cross”

  • August 1999

    Announced juniors’ brand “mezzo piano junior”

  • 2002

    Started partnerships with other industries in full scale to enrich children’s lives
    Launched “Rainbow Park” selling stationeries and other goods under the juniors’ brand at various department stores

  • August 2002

    Announced juniors’ brand “Blue Cross Girls”
    Announced toddlers’ brand “Daisy Lovers paradise kids”

  • February 2004

    Opened “Junior City” at Lotte Department Store in Korea

  • March 2004

    In partnership with Bandai Co., Ltd., opened “Cosmetic Parlor,” a cosmetic shop for junior girls, at various department stores

  • August 2004

    Announced toddlers’ brand “Angel Blue Kids”
    In partnership with Kutsuwa Co., Ltd., opened “Juicy Princess,” an accessory shop for junior girls, at various department stores

  • November 2004

    Opened “Rainbow City,” a shop dealing with five junior girls’ brands collectively, in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

  • March 2005

    Went IPO, having shares listed on JASDAQ

  • September 2005

    Celebrating the 20th anniversary of our children’s clothing business, started “Dream Project”

  • October 2005

    Opened the fifth store in Korea and fourth store in Hong Kong

  • February 2006

    Opened our first outlet store at Rinku Premium Outlets
    Under the pom ponette brand, announced a new brand for boys “pom ponette Garcon”

  • February 2007

    Opened a mezzo piano store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

  • March 2007

    Opened a mezzo piano store in Taipei, Taiwan
    Entered into partnership with Paul Frank

  • August 2008

    Announced a brand in collaboration with ANNA SUI, “ANNA SUI mini”
    Acquired 100% shares of Milli Company Ltd., making it our subsidiary

  • October 2008

    Opened a mezzo piano store in Shanghai, China

  • February 2009

    Founded Star Cube Co., Ltd., a subsidiary
    Announced juniors’ brand “Lovetoxic”
    Opened the first ANNA SUI mini store, at Isetan’s main store in Shinjuku

  • March 2009

    Founded NARUMIYA INTERNATIONAL SHANGHAI Co., Ltd., a subsidiary, in Shanghai, China

  • June 2009

    Announced juniors’ brand, “Lindsay”

  • July 2009

    Founded NARUMIYA WANPA Co., Ltd. a special subsidiary company under the Act on Employment Promotion etc. of Persons with Disabilities

  • September 2009

    Relocated the headquarters from Aoyama to Shibakoen, Minato-ku

  • March 2010

    Announced toddlers’ brand, “kladskap”
    Had the shares delisted from JASDAQ

  • June 2010

    Opened street-level “kladskap” and “ANNA SUI mini” stores in Jiyugaoka

  • March 2011

    Announced toddlers’ brands “petit main” and “b Room”

  • September 2013

    Announced toddlers’ brand “franche lippee la petit”

  • August 2015

    Opened the first kids’ line store of kate spade new york in Nagoya

  • July 2016

    All shares transferred from SBI Capital Co., Ltd. to Japan Industrial Partners, Inc.

  • October 2016

    Our 100% subsidiary NJ Holdings 2, Ltd. acquired former-former NARUMIYA through absorption-type merger. The former-former NARUMIYA disappeared in the process. NJ Holdings 2, Ltd. is the surviving company. On the same day, its headquarters was relocated from Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, to Shibakoen, Minato-ku, Tokyo, the present address. Changed the company name to NARUMIYA INTERNATIONAL Co., Ltd.

  • February 2017

    Announced licensed brands “X-girl STAGES” and “XLARGE® KIDS”

  • March 2017

    Announced a brand, “petit main LIEN,” that enables parent-child coordination

  • March 2018

    Former NARUMIYA disappeared in the process of absorption-type merger with our company as the surviving company. On the same day, its headquarters was relocated from Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, to Shibakoen, Minato-ku, Tokyo, the present address. Changed the company name to NARUMIYA INTERNATIONAL Co., Ltd.

  • September 2018

    Listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Second Section.
    Opened a photo studio “LOVEST BY NARUMIYA” in MARINE & WALK YOKOHAMA.

  • March 2019

    Acquired 100% shared of Heartfeel Co.,Ltd., making it our subsidiary

  • September 2019

    Listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange First Section.