Which is ecological and results in a "vintage" style.
As a result, the product has had a great impact on the textile industry.
This award is particularly special since it is rarely awarded to a fiber producer.
Which are the world standards for organic production. Our company was the first Japanese producer of spun cotton to be certified by these standards.
And we were in charge of the Secretariat Division along with the President of Kishiwata no Kai, Mr. Tatsumi. Kishiwata no Kai is a community of cotton industries in Japan.
All cotton farmers in Japan gathered there for the first time.
As one of the project founders, we visited Tohoku with some members of the Cotton Summit; mainly Kishiwata no Kai and Sakaiminato. At this time we instructed farmers about cotton farming on the farmland damaged by the tsunami.
At that time, there were only small cotton ginning machines in Japan, so ginning was a major concern for cotton growers. TAISHOBOSEKI Industries reimported old Japanese ginning machines from Thailand, redeveloped them, and introduced them to cotton production areas nationwide.
We grew several types of cottons for 3 years in Hannan City, Osaka Prefecture and investigated the biology of the cottons.