In 2010, the first f-pzl was launched. It was inspired by Tadzuna-musubi of konjac, or yam cake, knotted like a hand net.
In 2010, we received the Yokohama Quilt Weekwear Category Excellence Award.
In 2011, we received the 2011 Japan Hobby Award.
In 2012, we were selected by the Osaka Prefectural Industrial Promotion Organization for the Design Produce Industrial Promotion Project.
In 2012, f-pzl Co., Ltd was established.
In 2012, we were introduced in the magazine of the autumn issue of Nihon Vogue’s Keitodama.
In 2013, we obtained a utility model right, trademark right, and design right.
In 2013, the company was introduced in the book Toys and Play Concierge.
In 2014, we acquired five European design rights, a US trademark right, and a Chinese trademark.
In 2014, we were selected by Kyoto City for the Project Kyoto award.
In 2014, we were broadcasted nationwide on NHK’s Good Morning Japan’s TV program Machikado Information Bureau featuring use at home.
In 2014, we were adopted by the Kansai Wide Area Union Craft 14.
In 2016, we were awarded the Kids Design Award Association Chairman’s Award.
In 2016, we were featured on Shufunotomo’s site Kurashi-nista as a toy for the next generation.
In 2016, our company was introduced in Craft-rec Time magazine.
In 2017, we were selected in Osaka Product Plan.
In 2018, we released the f-pzl Vivid Colour.
In 2019, our company was awarded the Quilt Japan Contest DMC Award.
In 2020, we launched the f-pzl Metallic Colour.
In 2021, we launched the f-pzl mini.