We focus on improving our sustainable production.
As a small weaving mill in Kiryu,
We are seeking our best way
to continue eco-friendly production.
1) We don't transport over long distances.
We are trying to produce in the area within a radius of 3km in Kiryu city or in Japan. This eliminates the need for long-distance transportation and reduces CO2 emissions.
Only the fabric of the mask will be shipped from China, but at present, the mask has such a system so that you can use the silk function as easily as possible at a low price.
The detailed product production background is as follows.
2) We use sustainable materials.
Silk and recycled cotton, also in terms of production by using linen only as a main material, even after the production, soil pollution, we would like to suggest the clothes that do not water pollution.
3) We produce long-life item little by little.
We make fabrics that are durable yet comfortable on the skin, and by carefully sewing, we will deliver products that can be used habitually for a long time.
Instead of mass-producing, standard products are produced little by little, and when they are exhausted, they are reproduced. By doing this, you will be able to ask Kiryu craftsmen to continue working.
4) We choice simple packaging.
When packaging, we do not use plastic and only do simple packaging with paper.
Silk garment products are tied with a ribbon embroidered with our concept phrase.
I hope you can use it for something even after solving it.
5) Our future outlook
In a world full of things, as long as we choose to make things, we must always think about what we should make.
Some of our products use 1% polyurethane, and some skin care packages use plastic, so there are still many points that need to be improved.
We promise to make daily improvements by balancing the price to make it as easy as possible for our customers and to make sustainable attempts.
We will continue to work on creating better products and systems for all those who are looking for silk materials that can be used easily, and for those who make things in Kiryu in Japan to continue to have a sense of purpose. I will.