The history of dry ice can be traced to two of British names Faraday and Descartes in the 1823, who liquefied carbon dioxide for the first time, and later in 1834 Germany's odd-line succeeded in producing solid carbon dioxide. But it was limited to research and was not universally used.
Dry ice was successfully manufactured in large quantities in the United States established in 1925 by the Dry Ice Company Limited. The finished product was then named Dry ice, but its official name was solid carbon dioxide. 1928 Japan from Dry Ice Co., Ltd. obtained the right to manufacture sales, the establishment of the Japanese dry Ice Co., which is now the predecessor of Showa Carbonate Co.