What we do
We produced first a tsuzure-weaving stage curtain, which is a mainstream now, for Asahi-Kaikan in Osaka in 1951. With the integrated system of production from designing, dyeing, preparing of yarn, and weaving to finishing process, we produce stage curtains precisely by frequent communication among staff.
In Japan, festivals have been held naturally as ceremonies welcoming gods and in various regions, characteristic festivals have been handed on succeeding generations. Mikoshi, portable shrine, festival float curtain, and costume are valuable as cultural property.
We handle restoration and repair of precious dyed and woven textiles for festivals in many parts in Japan, trying multiple investigation conscious of time background and comprehensive research using advanced technology as well as development of dyeing and weaving technique.