642-2 Godo,Hanyu,Saitama,348-0024 Japan
TEL +81-48-561-3751 FAX +81-48-561-4456
Kojima bldg,3F,3-1-9,Nihonbashi-Ningyocho,Chuo-ku,Tokyo,103-0013 Japan
TEL +81-3-3661-3059 FAX +81-3-3661-4620
Incorporated as a manufacturer of indigo-dyed textiles (aizome), which was a side job of farming household since the middle of the Edo period (18th century).
Initially, the company’s main product was narrow, yarn-dyed textiles to be made into farmers’ working trousers.
Started textile manufacturing for the tabi sock industry in neighboring Gyoda.
Introduced machineries to launch broad machine dyeing.
Reorganized and renamed the company to the present Kojimasenshoku Co., Ltd.
In the early 1950s
Opened a Tokyo office in Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku to receive orders from the Tokyo metropolitan area and across Japan.
Kazuyuki Komuro was certified as the Traditional Craftsman of Saitama Prefecture.
The factory was designated as the Saitama Prefecture’s Model Factory of Traditional Craft.
Takenori Tobita was certified as the Traditional Craftsman of Saitama Prefecture.