Establishment of National Housing Materials Co., Ltd.
As an independent housing manufacturer, we achieved steady growth.
Completed Matsushita Type-One Housing Unit, the origin of the houses of Panasonic Homes
The company's predecessor, National Housing Materials Co., Ltd., established as an independent housing company
Began operation of the Koto Plant, the company's first in-house production base (the present Head Plant in Shiga Prefecture)
As times change, the role that houses play also changes.
To make a house a true home, we continued to develop new products and services.
Named the product brand PanaHome
Started sales of its first condominium, Pana Heights
Completed its first urban development project, Hirakata Pana Town
Renamed as National House Industrial Co., Ltd.
Started sales of National House 55, developed as a national housing project
In an age seeking true wealth, we proposed the creation of new lifestyles and culture.
Acquired the certification of energy efficiency performance for the first time in Japan for the excellence of the building and heating equipment of National House 55
Launched PanaHome Interior System (P.I.S.)
Opened a housing test center in the Koto Plant (the present Head Plant) to conduct performance tests using a full-scale house
Towards the 21st century, we promoted the reformation of PanaHome, with the aim of increasing customer satisfaction and responding to social expectations.
Started sales of Pana Grande, the first mid-rise prefabricated building in the industry
Established a company-wide task force at the headquarters for tackling the aftermath of the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake right after the disaster. None of the houses built by PanaHome in the area had completely or half collapsed, thereby demonstrating their strength
Started the “Lifelong companion system,” offering a long-term (20-year) house warranty system
“Let's make dreams come true together.” Under this slogan, we continue to challenge ourselves through the housing business to realize harmony among humans and between humans and nature.
Renamed as PanaHome Corporation
Starts its aging life business, with the opening of retirement homes for the elderly not needing nursing care
Opens a private nursing home, the first such facility in the industry that is designed, constructed and operated by a housing company
Started an entire building leasing system of specialized housing with nursing care services for the elderly
Released the concept of the Fujisawa Sustainable Smart Town development
Conducted real-scale vibration tests using a house built with the HS structure, a product of the company's unique expertise
Won the Minister of Land, Infrastructure and Transport Award at the 9th Eco products Awards in recognition of its unique technologies for the ventilation system incorporating Panasonic's ECO NAVI system to supply fresh air, and the entire house insulation specification
Constructed its first prototype detached house overseas, in Malaysia
Unified its renovation brands into Panasonic Reform
Our utmost priority is to ensure unparalleled durability and ease of living. We continue to take on the challenge of creating the best house in the world.
As a first for a Japanese company, won the Gold Award in the Smart Buildings category at the ESCI Best Practices Awards Program in recognition of the company’s Smart City Shioashiya “Solar-Shima”
Renamed as Panasonic Homes Co., Ltd. as it became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Panasonic Corporation
Has started sales of houses in the smart town SAVASA with approximately 2,500 housing units built in Indonesia
Made a full-fledged entry into the lodging business with a scheme incorporating multistory houses and operational support
Panasonic Corporation and Toyota Motor Corporation concluded contracts to establish a new joint venture relating to town development
Introduced a 35-year initial warranty period, among the longest in the industry for prefabricated steel-framed houses
In January, became a group company of Prime Life Technologies Corporation, which was newly founded by Panasonic Corporation and Toyota Motor Corporation with the aim of achieving future-oriented town development
Opens Patona Suita Kento, positioned as a pilot model project for elderly housing, which is promoted in cooperation with Suita City in Osaka Prefecture
In January 2020, Panasonic Homes became a group company of Prime Life Technologies Corporation, which was newly founded by Panasonic Corporation and Toyota Motor Corporation with the aim of achieving future-oriented town development.