|1923||Started up in Kajiya-cho, Minami-ku, Osaka.|
|1947||Started manufacturing and selling "Non-slip" products.|
|1949||Started manufacturing and selling "curtain rails".|
|1950||Became a Ltd. Company. Started setting up agents in Japan.|
|1964||The main office was moved to its current address.|
|1980||Developed and started selling "Koreder Line" Picture Hanging System.
The "Koreder Line" is delivered to National Seiyo Museum.
|1989||Developed and sold "Super-cloth Meshes".|
|1990||"Koreder Line" is delivered to the Royal Museum of Belgium and National Art of Korea Hall of Fame Museum.
System ceilings are delivered to Tokyo Government Office.
|1990||Started sales of "For Art" series (products for display).
Opened the Brussels Office.
|1990||Started sales of "SINTESI" designed by Mr. Michele De Lucchui.|
|1993||Opened Seoul Office. (Show Room) "Koreder Line" is delivered to Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow.|
|1993||"Koreder Line" is delivered to the National Museum of Amsterdam (Rijks Museum).
Started Sale of "Honest" designed by Mr. Kozo Sato and "Repro" designed by Mr. Toshiyuki Kita.
|1997||Started NACOM Web Site.Made a catalogue for "MuSE" (products for museums).|
|2001||Company Name modified to "Takiya Co., Ltd"|
|2002||Supply Koreder Line products to MUSEO NACIONAL DEL PRADO|
|2004||Signed a distribution agreement as a solo agent in Japan with Dutch company,
Van Gogh Museum Enterprises BV (VGME).