|1894||Kumakichi Kanai establishes "Kanai Traveller Corp." in Tatsumicho,
Production of travellers begins.
|1913||Keiji Kanai becomes president of "Traveller Corp."|
|1918||Production of spinning needles begins.|
|1922||Production of spinning rings begins.|
|1931||The "Card Clothing Factory" is established in Tatsumicho, Amagasaki.|
|1934||The "Special Steel Wire Factory" is established in Santanda, Amagasaki City.|
|1943||The company is reorganized and developed as "Kanai Juyo Kogyo Co., Ltd."|
|1949||The Artificial Fabric Factory is established in Akura, Takarazuka City (currently Kanai-cho).|
|1958||Production of non-woven fabrics begins.|
|1960||The Artificial Fabric Factory is renamed the "Non-woven Fabric Factory."|
|1961||Hiroyuki Kanai assumes the presidency of Kanai Juyo Kogyo Co., Ltd.|
|1973||The Special Steel Wire Division is spun off as TOKUSEN KOGYO CO., LTD.|
|1975||The "Kosenkaku" at Arima spa resort district is spun off as an independent establishment.|
|1977||The Traveller Factory in Okuhata, Itami, and the Card Clothing Factory merge to become the Textile Machine Factory.|
|1989||"TOKUSEN U.S.A. Inc." is established in Conway, Arkansas, U.S.A., as a foreign subsidiary of Tokusen Kogyo.|
|1997||Hiromi Kanai assumes the presidency of Kanai Juyo Kogyo Co., Ltd.|
|2001||The company is certified as ISO 9001 registered.
Japan Fine Steel Co., Ltd. (Tokusen Kogyo) is acquired.
|2003||Kanai Tokusen Kogyo Co., Ltd. is established as a foreign subsidiary in Shanghai, China.|
|2008||The company is certified as ISO 14001 registered.|
|2013||Hiroaki Kanai takes office as president of Kanai Juyo Kogyo Co., Ltd.|