Supplier Spotlight: Premium Bishu Japan
The Ichinomiya Fashion Design Center Foundation (FDC) was established to promote textile and other industries in the BISHU regions in 1984 in Ichinomiya City, Japan. While producing textiles, the BISHU textile industry with its highly developed technology, consists of various production lines from spinning, thread-playing, dyeing, weaving, finishing and processing to home wholesale and needlework.
The strong point of BISHU, compared to other textile regions, exists in the fact that BISHU has a consistent system, which allows them to create textiles from thread to the final product.
This is especially vital to the production of woolen textiles, which attaches great importance to material, color, pattern, texture and quality. Ichinomiya is a leading textile industry cluster, specializing in wool. "In fact, Ichinomiya accounts for 41.9% of the nation’s wool shipment value (market share)."
As a result of its consistency, BISHU has developed a superior technology in the production of woolen textiles. This technology is best when used to produce new, high-value-added products.
BISHU textiles continue to meet the challenging demands of its customers with new diverse and quality products.