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Taisho Boseki


Domestic Spinning 1 Senshu District

When talking about Wakayama textiles, one must not fail to mention the Senshu District of Southern Osaka Prefecture, which borders Wakayama Prefecture. Senshu and Wakayama have a long history of working together as production centers for circular knitting. Many spinning mills line the road connecting these two areas. We would like to see those in the textile field here continue to promote the industry and the distribution of information concerning it.


In Japan, it is well known that Taisho Boseki is a pioneer in organic cotton. And for many years, they have been working on the development of Colored Organic *3, which is becoming more and more popular worldwide.

A key figure in the development of Colored Organic *3 is Sally Fox. She revived an ancient brown cotton variety and crossbred it to create a cotton with fibers long enough to be spun on a spinning machine. Thorough research and quality improvements led to the creation of colored organic cottons that are now distributed around the world.


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