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Textile trade shows in Japan to address sustainability issues

"Japan Fashion Week Organisation will organise two of Japan’s biggest textile shows; ‘JFW Japan Creation 2019’ (JFW-JC) and the ‘Premium Textile Japan 2019 A/W’ (PTJ) salon, concurrently from Nov. 21-22, 2018 at the Tokyo International Forum. Exhibitors at both these trade shows will address the growing global fashion trend toward ‘sustainability.’ Some of the major exhibitors at the shows will include: Hataoka Co will showcase Tactus a two-way stretch eco-friendly fabric comprising triacetate and a processed compound yarn that uses Japan-made polyurethane alongwith Tactus BIS to expand sales for athleisure applications."

 

Textile trade shows in Japan to address sustainability issues 001Japan Fashion Week Organisation will organise two of Japan’s biggest textile shows; ‘JFW Japan Creation 2019’ (JFW-JC) and the ‘Premium Textile Japan 2019 A/W’ (PTJ) salon, concurrently from Nov. 21-22, 2018 at the Tokyo International Forum. Exhibitors at both these trade shows will address the growing global fashion trend toward ‘sustainability.’ Some of the major exhibitors at the shows will include:

Hataoka Co./Asuwa Kogyosyo

Hataoka Co will showcase Tactus a two-way stretch eco-friendly fabric comprising triacetate and a processed compound yarn that uses Japan-made polyurethane alongwith Tactus BIS to expand sales for athleisure applications.

The range will also include Super Heritage; a compound textile combining triacetate and specific polyester. The company merges its previously reputed fabric and newly developed functional polyester fabric using the present thread axis. It will also introduce a fresh range of fabrics using recycled polyester yarns.

The company’s uses raw yarns made in Japan for manufacturing its products. Its twisting yarns and weaving are managed inTextile trade shows in Japan to address sustainability issues 002 in-house factories, while dyeing and finishing are managed in two other cooperative factories. The company manages its factories through the adaptation of SDGs.

Koyaguchi Pile Fabric

Aono Pile Co., Ltd., a Koyaguchi Pile Fabric Group company will showcase Float Velour, an eco-fur as a 3D velour comprising pile and plain stitch for animal welfare and conservation and a fabric fusing fashion and high technicity

Nishino Leather Co., Ltd.

Nishino Leather Co., Ltd., representing the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, will showcase eco-leather products includingTextile trade shows in Japan to address sustainability issues 003 tanned pigskin, pig suede (in pure white) and pigskin nappa (unfinished leather).

The company recently acquired the ‘Japan Eco-Leather Standard’ certificate for its pigskin; enacted by the Japanese Association of Leather Technology (JALT) and the Tanners’ Council of Japan. This certification is awarded to companies that use factory-made genuine leather that handles wastewater and solid waste, and excludes substances harmful to health and the environment

 

 
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