|Meiji Era||Ran family business of marine products processing industry in Hasaki|
|1926||The predecessor Denshichi inherited his family business of fish manufacturing and started Chikuwa (bamboo shaped fish paste cake)manufacturing.|
|1931||A fish fertilizer, a simmered sardine and a salted and dried sardine became the main force of the production.|
|1939||Built a fish fertilizer manufacturing factory in Sendai, Miyagi Pref.|
|1946||Started sweet potato starch manufacturing, soft drink manufacture and sale, and wholesale of the ice cream, besides fish products.
|1964||The current chairperson of the board succeeded the predecessor Denshichi and became the second Denshichi and also the fifth family head.
|1965||Built a full-fledged freezing/refrigerating warehouse for marine products processing.
|1973-1983||Built additionally freezing/refrigerating warehouses.|
|1989||Established Miuraya Co., Ltd.|
|1997||Built a clean room for processing.|
|1998||Certified as a HACCP factory for export to U.S.|
|1999||Worked on construction of the processed food product line in earnest.|
|2000||Enrolled in The Public Interest Incorporated Association JAPAN HYO-ON (Ice Temperature) ASSOCIATION.|
|2006||Built additionally the freezer and the rapid freezing warehouse.|
|2008||New-built the headquarter office.|
|2010||Opened Houyama Distribution Center.
Built additionally a new processing cookhouse and rapid freezing warehouse.
|2012||The previous president, Denshichi Miura was awarded Medal of Honor with Yellow Ribbon. New-built a platform for the refrigerating containers in Houyama Distribution Center.
|2013||Toshikatsu Miura took office as the representative director, and became the 6th family head.|
|2015||Installed additionally rapid freezing equipment that used natural refrigerant. With increase of the amount of production and the export, new-installed a case -loading- line in labor-saving.|