Japanese textile patterns are one of the world’s most valuable commodities.
This is because Japan, a former colonial power, exports almost a third of its apparel production abroad.
This has given rise to a lucrative market for Japanese companies.
While they are known for producing high-end goods, they are also famous for producing cheaper goods at home.
It was here that the Japanese were discovered as an exporter of high-quality textiles in the 20th century.
Today, these Japanese goods are widely used around the world.
But what is the purpose of this new trade?
Is it to export textiles or to create jobs?
It seems that both are important for the Japanese textile industry, according to a recent article in the Japanese paper Nikkei.
Japan is now the world leader in the production of high quality textiles.
Its textile exports grew by around 2.5 per cent a year between 2013 and 2020, according a Nikkeidig report published in January.
But Japan has also started to sell jeans in the form of textiles made overseas.
This was the case with jeans manufactured in the US, Japan’s largest trading partner.
“Japanese textiles are now being exported to other countries.
For example, the U.S. is exporting jeans to China and India,” said Masayoshi Hirai, a professor of textile economics at the National Graduate School of Management.
“The jeans in India are produced in Japan and sold in Japan.
These jeans have a different feel from the ones in the U.”
He added that in Japan the market for high-value Japanese textiles is already big.
Hirai explained that Japanese textile exports are growing at an average rate of 2 per cent each year.
This average rate means that Japan has exported almost 4.5 million jeans in 2020.
This represents an increase of around 4 per cent over the previous year.
In 2018, the Japanese company Shizuoka Softbank was the first Japanese company to export jeans made in China.
The jeans are made from a material called polypropylene.
The production process for this material starts with a process of melting the polypropene into a liquid, which is then injected into a process where it is separated from the liquid.
The liquid is then boiled to produce polypropane.
Shizuokas jeans are produced by a company called Shizuoh.
“When the liquid from the polyphenylene liquid is mixed with water and air, the resulting liquid is the material used in the sewing machine and the clothes,” Hirai told Business Insider.
The process of sewing a pair of jeans is called an “alpaca”.
A Japanese firm called Koei Shoei is also the main exporter for Japanese textile.
“Koei shoei was the biggest exporter in 2019.
Its exports increased by more than 1.5 percent year-on-year to more than 2.7 million jeans,” Hirais said.
The biggest Japanese exporter is Mizuho, the largest clothing retailer in Japan, according the Nikkeis report.
Mizuhos jeans are manufactured in China, the same country where they were made in the 1920s and 1930s.
They are sold in shops in Tokyo and Yokohama.
The company has also announced plans to import denim from India, the worlds largest denim importer.
“It will be possible to manufacture jeans made with Indian textile yarns, and we expect this to be possible by 2020,” said Shigeki Kawaguchi, head of Mizuhomoto, an Indian textile company.
Kawagakis jeans are still being produced in the United States, but the process has been slowed due to a government order.
In 2020, the US exported 4.4 million jeans, and Japan exported about 2.2 million.
“This year, we expect to export around 3.5 to 4.6 million jeans from Japan, and in the future we will export about 4.7 to 5 million jeans globally,” Kawagaki said.
Shigetsa, a Japanese company that sells textiles and makes clothing accessories, was the only Japanese company which has exported a large number of jeans.
“Our export of jeans increased by almost 6 per cent to 1.8 million units in 2019,” said Toshio Matsumoto, chief executive officer of Shigetan.
Matsumotos jeans are not made in Japan but are made in India.
“In 2019, we exported 1.4 to 2.4 percent of our total denim exports to India,” Matsumotes said.
Matsums jeans are being exported by a Japanese textile company called Mizumas.
“Mizumas denim is made from cotton fabric and is sold in the Indian market.
It is an extremely durable, light-weight, high-fashion denim, which we believe will help Japanese businesses in the textile industry in the years to come,” Matsums head of denim production, Akira Matsumots, said.
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