|Began assisting orphans from World War II and racially mixed children after the inauguration of the Japan-America Joint Committee for the Assistance of Orphans.
|Began social work on an international level after joining the International Social Service headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland.
|Established Okinawa Branch
|International Social Services Japan was accredited by the Ministry of Health and Welfare as a social services welfare agency.
|Established the ISSJ Kure branch in Hiroshima to provide care for racially mixed children
|ISS Asia Oceania Conference was held in Japan hosted by ISSJ
|Hosted the first orientation for prospective adoptive parents, a program that continues to this day.
|Received the Imperial Donation from the Emperor for contribution of helping mixed racial children.
|Began refugee assistance under the auspices of the UNHCR (United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees)
|ISSJ started the charity movie event
|Established the Integration Counseling Program for Indo-China Refugees. Began counseling services for refugees who completed the Refugee Assistance Center Program.
Began training international social workers
（Since then, invited trainees from Philippies and Cambodia. Sent social workers to Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines and China)
Entered into a contract with the Philippines Department of Social Welfare and Development to improve welfare support for international children of Philippines origin
|Implemented the Vietnamese Aid for Medical Care program
Began a training program in Cambodia. Opened the Phteah NyoNyum Day Care Center in Cambodia
Published "Caring Hands Across National Boundaries" for commemoration of 45 years of ISSJ
Hosted "ISS Asia Pacific Regional Meeting"
Entered into a contract with the Philippines Intercountry Adoption Board
|Held a conference on Intercountry Adoption and the Hague Convention
|Closed ISSJ Kure Office
|"The History of ISSJ Since 1952" was published in English
|Began implementing The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction into its programs