Okamura founded in Yokohama City, taking the name of its location in Okamura Town.
Started manufacturing garden tables and chairs.
Began production of torque converters for trains, cars, and industrial vehicles.
Jointly developed Japan's first post-war aircraft, the N-52, with the University of Japan.
Began production of the Type-36 office desk, an early form of today's modern work station.
Developed Japan's first front-wheel-drive automatic, the Mikasa.
Produced the gondola LowBoy for retail outlets in US armed forces bases in Japan.
Oppama Plant established.
First Okamura Fair held.
Junior desk and seating production and sales began.
Began sales of Japan's first colored desks and chairs, the Type-33 and the Type-21.
Fuji Plant completed.
Takahata (Yamagata) Plant completed.
Hotel New Otani Showroom opened.
Export of Rotary Rack technology to the United States.
D-10 office automation furniture introduced.
Launched Type-28, a chair made wholly from plastic.
Tsukuba Plant completed.
Introduced the F Series total design package for desks, chairs, storage and partitions.
Nakai Plant completed.
Exhibited for the first time at ORGATEC 2002, Europe's largest office furniture show.
Chicago Showroom opened. Participated in NeoCon 2008.
Okamura Museum opened.
"Copresence Work New Workplace for Social Networking Age" published.
Okamura Future Studio = KiZUKi LABO opened.