Head office location
3 Denjiyama, Narumi-cho, Midori-ku, Nagoya, Japan 458-8530
February 1, 1946
December 1, 1950
President and Chief Executive Officer
540 million yen
Number of employees
Nagoya Seito builds a new German-style ceramics factory in Narumi.
During the war, Sumitomo Metal Industries, Ltd. acquired the Narumi Plant from Nagoya Ceramics Co.
After the war, the company was founded as Narumi Pottery Works of Fuso Metal Industries Ltd. and started the tableware business, which was a peaceful industry during the Nagoya pottery making era.
Established Narumi Corporation.
Succeeded in commercialization of “Cook Master”, a pot using the super heat-resistant glass material “Neoceram”, in cooperation with Nippon Electric Glass Co.
Obtained a patent for bone china raw material and succeeded in mass production for the first time in Japan.
Began exporting bone china dinner sets to the United States.
Began selling full-scale commercial tableware made of bone china.
Established Mie Narumi Co.
Began production of ultra-premium bone china “Clon de Muse”.
Established NARUMI SINGAPORE PTE LTD. as a sales base in Southeast Asia.
Established PT. NARUMI INDONESIA (overseas production base)
Consolidation of domestic production to Mie Narumi Co.
Began selling STYLES tableware for daily use.
Launched direct online store “e-NARUMI”.
Narumi (Shanghai) Trading Co., Ltd. established (China sales base)
Became independent from Sumitomo Metal Industries, Ltd. through MBO (Management Buy-Out).
Started sales of glassware brand “GLASS WORKS NARUMI (GW)”.
PT. NARUMI INDONESIA second plant was acquired.
Shareholder change at Ishizuka Glass Co.
On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the company’s founding, the brand tagline was changed from “Encounter with good things” to “Good things, always and forever”.
NARUMI TABLEWARE USA, INC. established (U.S. sales base)
Established PT. NARUMI GLOBAL SUPPLY INDONESIA (sales base in Indonesia)
Established the Taiwan office of Nissho Narumi Co.