|December 1969||Establishment of Central Sports Club; the sports club’s operations started.|
Central Sports Club, Inc. was established in Hyakunin-cho. Shinjuku-ku. Tokyo. A swimming school opened in Suginami-ku, Tokyo. The School Department and the Outsourcing Department were established.
|March 1977||Head office located at Hyakunin-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo and sales offices in Ichikawa City, Chiba Prefecture and Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo merged as the Headquarters and moved to Takara-cho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo.|
|October 1977||Governor of Tokyo Domestic Travel Industry Registration was acquired (Number 2152), and travel operations started.|
|August 1978||Central Trade, Inc. (later Suncrea, Inc., which was merged with Central Sports in October 2004) was established in Uchisaiwai-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, and started its operation as the company’s Purchasing Department.|
|May 1979||The trade name changed to Central Sports, Inc.|
|October 1979||Central Facilities, Inc. (In January 2000 it was merged with the consolidated subsidiary Suncrea, Ind.) was established in Kyobashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, and started its facility management business. Suncrea, Inc.) was established in Kyobashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, and started its facility management business.|
|May 1980||Kansai Headquarters (currently Ashiya office) was established in Higashiyodogawa-ku, Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture.|
|July 1981||North Japan Sales Department (currently Sendai Office) was established in Futabagaoka, Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture.|
Central Sports Research Institute was established in Ainokawa, Ichikawa City, Chiba Prefecture.
The Headquarters were transferred to Higashi-shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo.
|April 1984||Top Athletes, Inc. was established as an outsourcing company in Higashi-shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo (for management operations outsourcing).|
|January 1986||Responding to increasing corporate demands, the Fitness Operations Department (currently Health Support Department) started its operations as a corporate business department. The Fitness Operations Department’s activities continued as Academy Headquarters (currently Academy Division).|
|October 1986||West Japan Sales Department (currently Ashiya office) was transferred to Funato-cho, Ashiya City, Hyogo Prefecture.|
Central Sports Diving Association (DACS = Diving Association of Central Sports) was established.
|April 1988||Marine Sports Department (currently Leisure Operations Division) was newly established.|
Daichi Suzuki won Men’s 100m Backstroke gold medal at Seoul Olympics.
|March 1989||North Japan Sales Division Headquarters was transferred to Chuo, Aoba-ku, Sendai City (currently Sendai office).|
|May 1991||KG Central Sports (currently a consolidated subsidiary) was established in Chuo-ku, Sapporo City, Hokkaido. In November of the same year, KG Central Fitness Club Yamahana was established (currently for instruction operations outsourcing).|
|September 1991||Central Sports U.S.A., Inc. (currently a consolidated subsidiary) was established in Denver City, Colorado, the United States, with the aim of providing golf course management guidance. In November of the same year, Meridian Central, Inc. (currently a consolidated subsidiary) was established and, with the acquisition of Meridian Golf Club, started golf course management.|
|April 1993||The Headquarters were transferred to Shinkawa, Chuo-ku, Tokyo.|
|May 1993||Approved by the Ministry of Transport, Japan for registration of Travel Industry Type 1, (no. 1184).|
Tennozu Sports, Inc. was established in Higashi-shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo. In October of the same year. Tennozu Sports Fitness Club (currently Central Fitness Club Tennozu) was established, for instruction operations outsourcing.
Central Wellness Club, the new-style club of the 21st century concerned with mental and physical health, was established.
|June 1999||For the first time in the fitness club industry, ISO009 was acquired.|
|January 2000||The consolidated subsidiary Suncrea, Inc. and Central Facilities, Inc. merged. The trade name changed to Suncrea, Inc.|
|July 2000||Acquisition of the whole business of the consolidated subsidiary Top Athletes, Inc. The clubs ran by the same company became tenant clubs.|
|November 2000||Over-the-counter shares registration at Japan Security Dealers Association.|
|March 2002||Listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Market, Second Section.|
|November 2002||North Japan Sales Department (currently Sendai office) was transferred to Showa-cho, Aoba-ku, Sendai City.|
|October 2003||Acquisition of all shares of Nankai Sports, Inc., the trade name changed to West Japan Central Sports, Inc.|
|March 2004||Listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange Market, First Section.|
Four participants at the Athens Olympics; Hiroyuki Tomita, Takehiro Kashima, Tomomi Morita and Noriko Inada. A total of six gold, silver and bronze medals won.
|October 2004||Friendly merger with the consolidated subsidiary Suncrea, Inc.|
|December 2004||Acquisition of the whole business of the consolidated subsidiary West Japan Central Sports, Inc.
Obtained “Tokyo Governor Registration No. 50471” and registered the “First-class Architect’s Office”.
|January 2005||Obtained “First-class Architect Business Permit” (Tokyo Governor Approval (General-16) No. 123200).|
|March 2005||Liquidation of one of the consolidated companies, West Japan Central Sports Co., Ltd.|
|November 2006||Headquarters were transferred to 1-21-2, Shinkawa, Chuo-ku, Tokyo.|
|December 2006||Invested in the United States sports club management company Wellbridge.|
|April 2007||Acquisition of the whole business of the unconsolidated subsidiary Tennozu Sports, Inc.|
|August 2008||Five participants at the Peking Olympics; Hiroyuki Tomita, Tekehiro Kashima, Tomomi Morita, Hanae Ito and Yasunori Mononobe. Won two men’s gymnastics team silver medals.|
|December 2012||Security Business (No.30003793) was certified by the Tokyo Metropolitan Public Safety Commission.|
|January 2013||Obtained License for General Worker Dispatching Undertakings (General 13-305242) from Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare.|
|August 2013||Obtained all shares of Meiji Sports Plaza, Inc. and merged into Central Sports as a consolidated subsidiary.
Overseas expedition to Hawaii for qualified children from the swimming school.
|April 2014||Seiji Goto named President and Representative Director. Tadaharu Goto appointed Chairman and Representative Director.|
|July 2015||Concluded comprehensive agreement on cooperation with Juntendo University.|
|August 2016||Miho Teramura, a swimmer, participated in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics.|