|February 2005||Curves Japan Co., Ltd. is established.
Curves Japan concludes a master license agreement with Curves International, Inc. in the United States, thereby obtaining the right to operate under the Curves brand in Japan.
|July 2005||First Curves location in Japan opens.|
|March 2006||Nationwide rollout begins, using franchising.|
|June 2006||The number of Curves locations tops 100.|
|April 2007||Membership exceeds 100,000.|
|June 2007||Locations are open in all 47 prefectures of Japan.|
|July 2007||Member newsletter Curves Magazine is launched.
Launched as a service for members, Curves Magazine is today a publication with a circulation of 850,000.
|November 2007||Curves launches the Curves Food Drive, a social-contribution activity.|
|June 2008||Curves announces joint research with the National Institute of Health and Nutrition|
|October 2008||Curves becomes a consolidated subsidiary of Koshidaka Co., Ltd. (now Koshidaka Holdings).|
|October 2009||In partnership with local governments, Curves expands its projects to prevent the need for nursing care to 23 municipalities.|
|January 2010||A book entitled Sanjuppun Kenko Curves Taiso (“The 30-minute Healthy Curves Workout”) is published.|
|June 2011||Joint research facility is established with the Institute of Development, Aging and Cancer, Tohoku University|
|The number of Curves locations tops 1,000.|
|October 2013||Joint research with the Institute of Development, Aging and Cancer, Tohoku University is announced.|
|October 2014||The number of Curves locations tops 1,500.|
|February 2015||Curves develops the Physical Age Measurement Program, a health test that simply and accurately determines a person’s physical-strength age in just 5 minutes.|
|June 2015||Illness Prevention Center Curves Odawara, the first “illness prevention center” certified by Kanagawa Prefecture, is established.|
|July 2015||Curves participates in the Smart Wellness Community Conference, an organization coordinated among industry, academia and government to achieve a society characterized by long, healthy lifespans.|
|September 2015||Curves Daisen Health Center opens.
This countryside-revitalization effort was launched through coordination among industry, academia and government in the Town of Daisen, Tottori Prefecture, to reduce medical costs and encourage activity among the elderly.
|December 2016||Curves publishes a book entitled Mainichi Kiseki ni Deaeru Shigoto (“Work That Encounters Miracles Every Day”).|
|January 2017||Curves holds its 10th Curves Food Drive, a social-contribution activity.|
|August 2018||Curves concludes a “health-building” pact with the City of Mishima, Shizuoka Prefecture.|
|November 2018||Curves concludes the “Yawata Health and Happiness Promotion Partnership Agreement” with the City of Yawata, Kyoto Prefecture.|
|February 2019||Curves concludes a “Comprehensive Partnership Agreement to Promote Healthy Sapporo 21” with the City of Sapporo in Hokkaido.|
|July 2019||Curves concludes a “Partnership Agreement on Health Promotion” with the City of Tomakomai, Hokkaido.|
|Curves concludes a “Comprehensive Partnership Agreement on Health Promotion” with the City of Mitsuke, Niigata Prefecture.|
|October 2019||Nineteen Curves locations in Kanagawa Prefecture are certified as “Illness Prevention Centers,” bringing the number of Curves locations in Kanagawa that are health promotion bases to 26.|
|The number of Curves locations tops 2,000. Membership grows to more than 860,000.|
|March 2020||Curves is spun off from the Koshidaka Group and listed independently on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.|