Maruwa Textile Industries Co.,LTD

Tokyo Headquarters Tokyo Headquarters

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Tokyo Headquarters

A rare, high-level production base handling
from planning to sewing in Tokyo

Tokyo Headquarters Tokyo Headquarters

We have our own production line in Tokyo, which is unusual for companies based in the Capital City, as well as a swift system that allows us to start production immediately after planning.

Sumida-ku, Tokyo, where the Tokyo Sky Tree towers over the city; Maruwa Textile Industries' headquarters is located in Ryogoku, a downtown area where old meets new. Both the Edo-Tokyo Museum and the Hokusai Museum of Art are just three-minutes away from us.
Our Headquarters is home to our planning staff who tirelessly study the human body, human-friendly design, and beautiful sewing specifications, employees who constantly pursue the creation of comfortable clothes, as well as spaces to display fabrics, secondary materials, secondary processing, product samples and a wealth of the latest information. The Headquarters has a top-class domestic apparel knitwear production facility that can handle all aspects of planning, designing, cutting and sewing in-house, and is committed to providing made-in-Japan apparel products based on “Maruwa quality.”

  • Tokyo Headquarters
  • Tokyo Headquarters
  • Tokyo Headquarters
  • Tokyo Headquarters

Tokyo Headquarters

Established
in March 1956
Manufacturing Equipment
1 band knife cutting machines / 1 conveyorized needle detection machine / 1 desktop needle detection machine / 1 embroidery machine / 5 lock stitch sewing machines / 5 overlock sewing machines / 11 special sewing machines / 1 pressing iron
Address
1-8-6 Kamezawa, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 130-0014, Japan
Tel
+81-3-3624-6611

Factory Study Tours

We offer a curriculum that allows visitors to learn how a shirt is made at our Tokyo Headquarters Factory. Visitors can experience sewing with industrial sewing machines, while we also provide information on processing and subsidiary materials, which can be used for corporate training and extracurricular classes. Factory tours are also available at the Aomori and Fukushima factories (no special curriculums are available).

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