1880: born in Yamaguchi.
1903: He graduated from Tokyo Imperial University.
Yoshisuke Aikawa (standing, 4th from the left) at the offline meeting in Yokohama Plant (source: internet)
1928: He turned the Kuhara Mining Company into Nissan.
1930: He guided all industrial efforts in this country, implementing during the two five-year plans.
1931: He was the founder and first of the president of Nissan zaibatsu.
1937: He moved to Manchukuo and made a close relationship with Kantogun. And he was taken charge as chairman of the Manchurian Industrial Development Company, the "Manchu Industrial Zaibatsu".
1942: He resigned chairman of the Manchurian Industrial Development Company.
1967: He died on the 13th of February.