|1930||ICHIBANKAN TAILOR co., ltd was established by Minoru Watanabe.|
|1934||Kobikicho factory was established.|
|1946||ICHIBANKAN TAILOR co., ltd
acquired the sole right to directly import fabric as a tailor.
|1947||The shop curtain for ROKUMEIKAN GENRE ICHIBANKAN was completed.|
|1954||GINZA HYAKUTENKAI was established through
the effort of Minoru Watanabe and joined in ICHIBANKAN TAILOR co., ltd.
|1957||Koujimachi factory was opened.|
|1958||World Fashion Study Tour by Minoru Watanabe.|
|1959||ICHIBANKAN trading co., ltd was established.
Omori factory was opened.
Meiji Watanabe left for his training in England (returned to Japan in 1963).
|1961||Sapporo branch was established.|
|1964||The main shop building of ICHIBANKAN TAILOR co., ltd was completed.
Osaka branch was established.
|1971||Imported "Austin London Taxi" from England.
It was equipped with an iron and repair tools, and it played an active
part in sewing on buttons and making small repairs as the service car of ICHIBANKAN TAILOR co., ltd.
|1977||Minoru Watanabe became the chairman, and Meiji Watanabe became the president.|
|1980||ALL ENGLAND ICHIBANKAN was established.|
|1981||Minoru Watanabe chairman received "LUMB GOLDEN BALE," the highest award in textile industry, from the British Royal family. He was the first Japanese award winner and had an audience with Queen .|
|1983||Exhibited in British Royal Family Collection at city of london mansion house and had an audience with Princess Gloucester.|
|1985||Exhibited in British Royal Family Collection at edinburgh parliament house in the presence of the Prince of edinburgh.|
|1999||BESPOKE GALLERY was opened.|
|2003||The Ginza main shop was renovated and reopened.|
|2005||Participated in TOKYO-COLLECTION.|
|2006||IMPROVISED was opened.|