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Nakamura-Noen’s History

1955 Foundation of Nakamura-Noen at Tanezaki
Start deal lily bulb grown in Nagasaki
1960 Move to Nagahama (present place)
Start Deal Longi bulbs grown in Oki erabu
1961 designated by Oki-erabu lily and freesia growers association
Start deal of Freesia tuber grown in Oki-erabu
1965 Start deal of Lily bulb and Iris rhizome grown in Niigata
1968 Start deal of perennial grown in Niigata, such as Peony, Polygonatum falcatum etc,
1970 Start deal lily bulb grown in Hokkaido
1984 Start sales and quarantine of Lily bulb grown in Holland
1987 Construction of cooling warehouse and office (previous office)
1988 build more cooling warehouse
1989 April Family of Hiroshi Nakamura return to Kochi and join to business
May 1st study tour to Holland (total 16 times continued after this year)
1990 Jan 1st Japanese import of lily bulb grown in Holland after PQ Free
Mar Built more cooling storage
Apr Establish Nakamura-Noen.co.,ltd (Capital 5 million Yen)
1991 Mar Built more cooling storage
1992 Jun Built testing greenhouse and bulb soaking and boiling facility
Introduction of Pre-Rooting system (technique)
1995 Aug built more cooling storage
1996 Dec Toshimichi Nakamura (Founder) got Industry testimonial of Kochi Prefecture (Award)
1998 Nov Hiroshi Nakamura assumed the president
1999 Feb Quarantine for Chile & NZ lily bulbs
Oct Start deal New Zealand lily bulb
2000 Jan Quarantine for Chile lily bulb
Jul Started internet web-site (www.nfb.co.jp)
2001 Dec Inauguration of New office
2002 Jan Quarantine for Chile lily bulb
Jan Ceremony party for New office
Aug Toshimichi Nakamura past away
Sep Hiroshi Nakamura assumed chairman of Oki-erabu lily and freesia traders association (till 2006)
Oct Start deal Chile lily bulb
2004 May Start Toll-free dial (in Japan)
Jun Built empty box crashing plant
Dec Test forcing of Southern hemisphere lily bulb (Chile, NZ)
2005 Apr Renewal internet web-site and new site for mobile phone
Sep Built electricity generator for emergency
Oct Renewal internet web-site and new site for mobile phone
2007 Jan Built Test greenhouse
Mar Started web-site in English
Jun 1st Lily Festa 2007 in Nakamura-Noen
Jul Hiroshi Nakamura assumed chairman of JFTA (till 2012)
2008 Apr Selected “The prize of combination agriculture commerce manufucturing 88 selection”by The ministry of Agriculture,Frestry and Fisheries・The misintry of Economy,Trade and Industry
May Japan flower festival 2008 in Kochi, Nakamura-Noen participated
Golden Award by Governor of Kochi prefecture
May 2nd Lily Festa 2008 in Nakamura-Noen
2009 May 3rd Lily festa 2009 in Nakamura-Noen
Jun Built New cool-warm warehouse and solar system
2010 Feb Started internet shopping-site (ekyukon.com) now closed
Jun 4th Lily festa 2010 in Nakamura-Noen
Nov The bulb bazzar in autumn (annually till 2015)
2011 Jun 5th Lily festa 2011 in Nakamura-Noen
2012 Jun 6th Lily festa 2012 in Nakamura-Noen
2013 Mar Expansion of office
Jun 7th Lily festa 2013 in Nakamura-Noen
2014 Jun 8th Lily festa 2014 in Nakamura-Noen
2015 Feb 1st arrival of PQ-free French bulbs in Japan
Mar Built lot test house(approx.2000㎡)
Apr 1st trainee of lily production study program started training
May Keigo Nakamura assumed the president
Jun 9th Lily festa 2015 in Nakamura-Noen
Jun 60th & 25th Anniversary party
2016 Mar Built training facility belong to lot test house
Jun 10th Lily festa 2016 in Nakamura-Noen
Jul Tomiko Nakamura past away
Nov Lily Marche
2017 Jun Lily Fair June
Jul Thanks award for 10 years cooperation by Park welfare association Kochi
Nov Renewal internet website
Nov Open day event of test greenhouse (23 November)
2018 Jan Study tour to New Zealand
Jun 2nd Lily Fair June 2018
Aug Teru Nakamura assumed chairman of Oki-Erabu lily and freesia traders association
Nov 2nd open day event of test greenhouse (23 November)
2019 Jun 3rd Lily Fair June 2019