Electric pots, frying pans, steamers, lunch boxes, ladles, pencil cases, seal inkpad holders, ash rakes, shoehorns, cigarette cases, etc.: For Japanese citizens starting to recover from the scorched earth of war damage, everyday-use items like these were indispensable. They were the main products of the company in its early period. The main material used was duralumin. Having engineers with press, sheet metal, and plating expertise, Okamura was quite at home manufacturing such everyday-use items. At the time, many steel makers also started producing similar products, but for Okamura, the experience served as a foundation for later entry into the steel furniture field.