Founded in Hiroshima, as a kimono wholesaler
Opened a branch office in Tokyo, staring the planning and sale of women’s clothing, mainly sweaters and other knitted wear
Launched blockbuster brands: “Nobara (wild roses)” for sweaters with colorful designs and “Barbara Age” for knitted suits
Forerunning cut and sewn brands, “Brebis” and “Pericole,” grew rapidly.
Opened Osaka branch office to conduct community-oriented business
Opened Fukuoka branch store
Set up the headquarters in Aoyama, Tokyo, along with the expansion of business.
Changed the company name to NARUMIYA Co., Ltd.
Launched an overseas brand, K-Factory, in New York
Entered into children’s clothing business with the launch of babies’ and toddlers’ brand, “Mini-K,” causing a sensation in the industry.
Announced babies’ and toddlers’ brand, “mezzo piano”
Announced juniors’ brand “Angel Blue”
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.
Founded N. I. Corporation
Announced ladies’ brand “Jusqu’a”
Changed the company name to NARUMIYA INTERNATIONAL Co., Ltd.
Announced toddlers’ brand “pom ponette”
Announced juniors’ brand “pom ponette junior”
Announced juniors’ brand “Daisy Lovers”
Announced toddlers and juniors’ brand “Blue Cross”
Announced juniors’ brand “mezzo piano junior”
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
Announced juniors’ brand “Blue Cross Girls”
Announced toddlers’ brand “Daisy Lovers paradise kids”
Opened “Junior City” at Lotte Department Store in Korea
In partnership with Bandai Co., Ltd., opened “Cosmetic Parlor,” a cosmetic shop for junior girls, at various department stores
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
Opened “Rainbow City,” a shop dealing with five junior girls’ brands collectively, in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Went IPO, having shares listed on JASDAQ
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of our children’s clothing business, started “Dream Project”
Opened the fifth store in Korea and fourth store in Hong Kong
Opened our first outlet store at Rinku Premium Outlets
Under the pom ponette brand, announced a new brand for boys “pom ponette Garcon”
Opened a mezzo piano store in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Opened a mezzo piano store in Taipei, Taiwan
Entered into partnership with Paul Frank
Announced a brand in collaboration with ANNA SUI, “ANNA SUI mini”
Acquired 100% shares of Milli Company Ltd., making it our subsidiary
Opened a mezzo piano store in Shanghai, China
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
Founded NARUMIYA INTERNATIONAL SHANGHAI Co., Ltd., a subsidiary, in Shanghai, China
Announced juniors’ brand, “Lindsay”
Founded NARUMIYA WANPA Co., Ltd. a special subsidiary company under the Act on Employment Promotion etc. of Persons with Disabilities
Relocated the headquarters from Aoyama to Shibakoen, Minato-ku
Announced toddlers’ brand, “kladskap”
Had the shares delisted from JASDAQ
Opened street-level “kladskap” and “ANNA SUI mini” stores in Jiyugaoka
Announced toddlers’ brands “petit main” and “b Room”
Announced toddlers’ brand “franche lippee la petit”
Opened the first kids’ line store of kate spade new york in Nagoya
All shares transferred from SBI Capital Co., Ltd. to Japan Industrial Partners, Inc.
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.
Announced licensed brands “X-girl STAGES” and “XLARGE® KIDS”
Announced a brand, “petit main LIEN,” that enables parent-child coordination
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.
Listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Second Section.
Opened a photo studio “LOVEST BY NARUMIYA” in MARINE & WALK YOKOHAMA.
Acquired 100% shared of Heartfeel Co.,Ltd., making it our subsidiary
Listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange First Section.