|1928||Began as MATSUMURA KOGEISHO in Matsuzaki-cho, Tennoji-ku, Osaka-shi, manufactured and sold flower pot covers, flower baskets, garden labels and convenience goods.|
|1947||Manufactured products for the flower industry, such as flower baskets and flower pot covers and sold them to nationwide fresh flower shops.|
|1955||Cooperated with Smithers-Oasis Company in America and worked to promote floral arts as the Japanese general agency of a water-absorbing foam “Oasis”. Also sold wrapping materials and bouquet materials etc.|
|1959||Opened Ueno Plant.|
|1961||Opened Tokyo Satellite Office.|
|1962||Opened Osakakita Business Office.|
|1965||Became the associate member of F.T.D. For the first time in Japan.|
|1966||Renamed to MATSUMURA KOGEI Co., Ltd. as a corporation. Mikio Matsumura assumed the position of the first president.|
Imported crape paper from Germany and set off a paper flower boom. Advanced into the craft industry on this occasion.
|1970||Built the head office’s building.|
|1973||Opened a new distribution center.|
|1984||Masami Matsumura assumed the position of president while Mikio Matsumura assumed the position of the chairman.|
|1985||Built its own building in Tsuruno-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka-shi and relocated Kita Business Branch as Kita Branch.|
Developed a new paper craft called Anderssen Handcraft that produces a wicker’s texture using circulars. It took the world by storm as a unique hobby rich in unpredictable quality and a news hook with the flow of resource saving and reuse of materials and built a new field in handcrafts.
|1988||Opened the Ryogoku Shop in the Ryogoku Flower Market in Sumida-ku, Tokyo.|
|1989||Built its own building in Honjo, Sumida-ku, Tokyo and relocated Tokyo Branch there.|
|1990||Opened the Ota Shop in the flower department of Ota Market in Ota-ku, Tokyo.|
Opened Hyogo Distribution Center (Hyogo Depo).
|1991||Built the Aquafoam production plant in Hyogo Depo, succeeded in developing a high-quality aquafoam superior to a conventional water-absorbing and started to sell it nationwide.|
|1993||Established Matsumura Aqua Co., Ltd.|
|1994||Extended and reconstructed the Osakakita Branch and opened it under the name of Annasakka.|
|1995||Relocated the Ryogoku Shop with the relocation of the market and newly opened Kasai Shop in the flower department of Kasai Market in Edogawa-ku, Tokyo.|
|1997||Established Annasakka Co., Ltd. In Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. Improved the antenna shop function in Tokyo area.|
Opened a new warehouse at Hyogo Plant and improved the delivery function.
|2000||Opened a new Aquafoam-related department.|
|2001||Developed measures to extend the business domain to the agriculture section.|
Established technologies of direct-seeding and cultivating wet rice and cultivating blueberries using Aquafoam.
|2004||Opened the Nagoya Satellite Office and Hiroshima Satellite Office.|
|2005||Keiko Matsumura assumed the position of president while Masami Matsumura assumed the position of the chairman.|
|2007||Opened the Tanba Distribution Center|
Relocated and consolidated the distribution center in Higashiosaka-shi, Osaka, and the Hyogo Distribution Center in Sannan-cho, Tanba-shi, Hyogo to Kaibara-cho, Tanba-shi.
|2008||Opened the Higashikanto Satellite Office.|
|2010||Relocated the Nagoya Satellite Office.|
Relocated Annasakka TOKYO.
Relocated Tokyo Branch to Kaji-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo near Annasakka TOKYO. Integrated the showroom function and the direct sales function.
|2011||Relocated the Sendai Satellite Office.|
|2014||Opened the Special Sales Development Regional Headquarters.|
|2015||Opened the second Tanba Distribution Center|
Keizo Matsumura assumed the position of president while Keiko Matsumura assumed the position of the chairman.
|2016||Opened Sapporo Business Office.|
|2017||Opened Hanaguya Yamaguchi Shop, Shimonoseki Shop and Kitakyushu Shop.|
|2018||Opened Kyushu Business Office.|
|2019||Opened Hanaguya Tokuyama Shop.|