Founding Our first president, Shichiro Tominaga, start a produce collection business in Shichi,
Mihara-cho, Mihara-gun, Hyogo Prefecture.
Started working with Shufu no Mise Co., Ltd. (now The Daiei, Inc.), which had six stores at the time.
Showa Reizo Co., Ltd. established.
First company in Japan to import onions from New Zealand.
Incorporation With incorporation, the company relocated to Enamikoenami, Minamiawaji (address of the current Tominaga Holdings).
Started importing pumpkins from New Zealand.
Opened Kobe Office
Previous President Appointed Toshimitsu Tominaga (current Chairman) appointed president.
Opened Kobe Branch (Uozaki Distribution Center)
Started growing domestic varieties of onions in New Zealand and importing them.
First shipment of pumpkins from South Korea.
With the death of the first president, Mitsue Tominaga becomes chairwoman.
1994Started growing Tominaga No. 6 onion cultivator, an Awaji variety, in China and importing them.
Started importing vegetables jointly with the New Caledonia government.
The amount of onions handled annually exceeds 40,000 tonnes.
Gained the top share in imported pumpkins.
Opened Port Island Branch (current Kobe P.I. South Distribution Center)
Opened Port Island North Branch (current Kobe P.I. North Distribution Center)
Imports of pumpkins exceed 50,000 tonnes in total over the season.
Established Plus Machinery Engineering Co., Ltd.
Established CR TRADE (Tominaga HD Group) and started imports of pumpkins in South Korea.
Gained the top share in imported pumpkins in South Korea.
Established Yokohama Distribution Center
Relocated Kobe Branch to Port Island (current Tominaga Shoji Head Office).
President Appointed Hiroshi Tominaga (current president) appointed as third president.
Established an office in Tomakomai, Hokkaido.
Started onion businesses in Chiba (Katori, Tako, Tsubuura), and established a processing plant.
Obtained stock in FCTE (New Caledonia).
Started exports to the Asian region (Hong Kong, South Korea, China).
Started banana and avocado businesses.
HD System Migrated Tominaga Shoji Group to a holdings system (August).
Established Tominaga Shoji Head Office in Port Island (August).