Yasuke Hibi founded Sangetsudo.
Sangetsudo Shoten Co., Ltd. founded with capital of 2.5 million yen.
Started Wallcoverings sales.
Established company creed: “Sincerity.”
Sales exceeded 100 million yen.
Released first wallpaper sample book, “SS Uni Cloth, 60–61.”
Started nationwide sales promotion.
Launched first original wallpaper “Elite.”
Yoshiaki Hibi assumed the presidency.
Company name changed from Sangetsudo Shoten Co., Ltd. to Sangetsudo Co., Ltd.
Sales exceeded 1 billion yen.
Company renamed Sangetsu Co., Ltd.
Opened Tokyo sales office and showroom.
Opened Osaka sales office.
Sales exceeded 10 billion yen.
Opened Tokyo Branch (current Tokyo Branch).
Opened Fukuoka Branch (current Kyushu Branch).
Opened Osaka Branch (current Kansai Branch).
Released first PVC floor sheet sample book “Sunshine, 79–81.”
Company listed on the Second Section of the Nagoya Stock Exchange.
Released first curtain sample book “Sangetsu Curtain, 81–82.”
Released first carpet sample book “Sangetsu Carpet, 82–83.”
Completed new headquarters building (current headquarters and Chubu Branch).
Opened Nagoya showroom “Interior Plaza.”
Opened Sendai Branch (Current Tohoku Branch).
Computerized nationwide online
Opened Sapporo Branch (Current Hokkaido Branch).
Released first PVC floor tile sample book “Floor Tile, 86.”
Opened Cleria showroom in Akasaka ARK Mori Building in Tokyo.
Released first carpet tile sample book “Carpet Tile, 88–89.”
Company listed on the First Section of the Nagoya Stock Exchange.
Opened Hiroshima showroom
Sales reached 100 billion yen.
Opened Okayama Branch and showroom.
Opened Osaka showroom (in current HERBIS Osaka).
Released first chair upholstering sample book “Decorator Fabrics vol. 1.”
Established Sangetsu America Inc.
Company was listed on the First Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Sales exceeded 130 billion yen (130,166,000,000 yen).
Certified under ISO9001.
Curtain recycling system "Sangetsu Curtain Eco Project" started
Certified under ISO14001.
50th anniversary of the company
Subsidiary acquisition of Sungreen Co., Ltd.
Opened Misato Logistics Center and Kanto Branch (current Kita-Kanto Branch).
Subsidiary acquisition of Yamada Shomei Lighting Co., Ltd.
Yuichi Hibi assumed the presidency.
60th anniversary of the company founding.
Shosuke Yasuda assumed the presidency and Yuichi Hibi became chairman.
Announced “Medium-term Business Plan (2014–2016): Next Stage Plan G.”
Tokyo Shinagawa Showroom relocated and reopened
Reconstructed corporate philosophy including new brand policy,
corporate statement and corporate mission.
Established Chinese subsidiary Sangetsu (Shanghai) Corporation.
Opened new showroom at Sendai, Okinawa and Kanazawa.
Changed English company name as Sangetsu Corporation.
Opened Kita-Kanto Logistics Center.
Opened Chubu Logistics Center II.
Made U.S. company Koroseal Interior Products Holdings, Inc. a subsidiary.
Made Fairtone Co., Ltd. a subsidiary.
Established Sangetsu Vosne Corporation.
Made Singapore-based Goodrich Global Holdings Pte., Ltd. a subsidiary.
First "Sangetsu Wallpaper Design Awards" held.
Announced “Medium-term Business Plan (2017-2019): PLG 2019.”
Tokyo Logistics Center relocated and reopened.
Established Sangetsu Okinawa Corporation
Hokkaido branch and Logistics Center relocated and reopened.
Entered EC business with “WARDROBE sangetsu”.
Chugoku-Shikoku branch office relocated to Hiroshima.
Announced "Long-term vision 【 DESIGN 2030 】" and "Medium-term Business Plan (2020-2022) 【 D.C. 2022 】".
Made Wavelock Interior Co., Ltd. a subsidiary. (later renamed Clare Nate Co., Ltd.)
Kansai Logistics Center constructed to integrate two logistics hubs.
Opened Sangetsu Sample Book Recycling Center.
Kansai branch office relocated to Osaka.