A long-established weaver from Ihara-shi, Okayama, the birthplace of Japanese denim. OKAMOTO TEXTILE creates their line-up, with a focus on denim items, utilizing a full range of methods including the old-fashioned shuttle looms, innovative looms, and jacquard looms to create new styles of denim.
Based in Okayama Prefecture, HISHITOMO focuses its production on thick cotton fabrics, including twill, non-denim, and denim. The collection is suitable for high-end casual brands.
The Okayama Prefecture mill develops and produces high-quality cotton canvas. This quality fabric is suitable not only for apparel but also bags and furniture.
Headquartered in Ichinomiya, Aichi Prefecture, the SOTOH Group produces high-quality wool textiles. The Yonezawa Factory specializes in jacquard weaves.
The Tango Peninsula, located in the northern part of Kyoto Prefecture, facing the Sea of Japan, is Japan's largest producer of silk fabrics with 1,300years history. They produce high quality fabrics for both Japanese and Western clothing with traditional techniques and new development efforts.