1876 Number of sake factory (winery) in country - 16,000.
1877 Zouseki tax (liquor tax) established. One yen per one liquor.
1919 Number of sake factory (winery) in country - 10,000.
1923 Start Tokyo market reclamation.
1931 Decrease the number of sake factory (winery) in country from 10,000 to 8,000.
Mailing order service begin by commission agent. (Summer)
International mailing order service begin. (Fall)
1932 Begin to sell bottled sake. Remodel the 2nd and 6th storehouse into the refrigerator.
1937 Nominated for Military Sake Brewing Factory. Complete building rice storehouse in 3-chome, Nagadohe.
1940 New liquor tax established. Changed from zouseki tax (liquor tax) to kosyutsu tax (sales tax).
1950 Reorganize Nakamura sake factory to corporation.
1951 Reinforced the 2nd concrete house in country as sake house (Eizou). (September)
1955 Installed first automatic bottling machine in Hokuriku district.
1961 Complete construction both seasonal brewing storehouse (Mikagekura) and head quarter office.
1966 Established Anamizu branch office in Anamizu town, Fugeshi country. (January)
1967 Established Toyko marketing office at Chitose Building,
1-chome West Ikebukuro, Toyoshima-ku, Tokyo. (February)
1968 Complete construction Nono city factory at Seikin Ada, Nono town, Ishikawa county. (September)
1972 Hidetoshi Nakamura takes company as President.
1974 Established Hakui branch office in Kamaya town, Hakui city. (November)
1986 Move onto the food production.
1987 Reconstruct sake storehouse, material warehouse and administrative office in the Nono city factory's property.
1992 Abrogated liquor class tax. Renewal labels.
1996 Start local beer brewery business, established beer brewery restaurant called "Kanazawa Brewery Garden" in Nagadohe, Kanazawa city.