|CIMA||April 22, 2003||Tokyo, Japan||-a-|
|Magnum Tokyo||June 29, 2003||Kobe, Japan|
|SUWA||February 8, 2004||Fukuoka, Japan||-b-|
|CIMA ||July 4, 2004||Kobe, Japan||-c-|
-a- Defeated Genki Horiguchi in the finals of a tournament to become the first champion.
-b- Vacated on April 25, 2004 due to injury.
-c- Defeated Shuji Kondo in the finals of a tournament to win the vacant title. Vacated on July 5, 2004 when Toryumon Japan is renamed Dragon Gate. CIMA is named the first Dragon Gate Open the Dream Gate Champion.