On the afternoon of November 18, the Miyake-cho Chamber of Commerce and Industry held a monitor experience tour as part of its inbound business, and Suzuki Socks participated in the tour!
This time, four Taiwanese people living in Tokyo visited our company and enjoyed a factory tour, an experience of making original socks, watching a video of the production process and behind-the-scenes of sock making in the theater room, making Christmas ornaments out of sock scraps, shopping at the store, and more…and when they left…they took their socks and Christmas ornaments home with them When they left, they were able to take home the socks and Christmas ornaments they had made and experience a lot 😊
The socks coming out of the knitting machine made us squeal with delight, and we also had a lot of fun at the Rosso workshop, where we sewed the ends of the knitted tube to make the toe part, and had a lot of fun. We were so happy to see them waving to us until they couldn’t see the car when they left.
We hope to continue to make the Miyake-cho experience more exciting as we prepare for the full-scale launch of the tour and the charms of Miyake-cho along with the production of Suzuki socks 🧦✨
The article was published in the November 24 Textile News. On the afternoon of November 18, Suzuki Socks also hosted a monitor experience tour as part of the Miyake-cho Commerce and Industry Association’s inbound project, and we welcomed a Taiwanese resident of Tokyo.
We would be happy if the joy and pleasure of manufacturing could be conveyed to them even a little by having them directly experience the air of manufacturing at Suzuki Socks. We hope to continue to take advantage of Miyake-cho’s environment and welcome many more visitors in the future.
This article appeared on the front page of the Senken Shimbun newspaper on November 22. Efforts to revitalize the local community beyond the boundaries of industry have begun in Nara, a sock production center.
On the afternoon of November 18, Suzuki Socks also hosted an inbound project by the Miyake-cho Shokokai (Miyake-cho Chamber of Commerce and Industry), which included an inbound experience tour for monitors, and we welcomed a Taiwanese resident from Tokyo. We hope to welcome many more visitors in the future by taking advantage of the environment of Nara and Miyake-cho.
We were featured in the giveaway section of PressNet, a local newspaper & digital in Higashi-Hiroshima 🧦. We wish the winner a pleasant time with Suzuki Socks’ “Heel Care Socks” ✨. (Entries are closed.)
Winner’s name 🎁. Walking bran bag Rice bran heel care socks for 10 ✨. Color: Gray 1,540 yen value including tax
November 19, 2012: Featured in the Nara Shimbun 🧦.
Last week on the 18th, Miyake-cho Commerce and Industry Association organized an inbound monitor tour and came to Suzuki Socks for a hands-on tour. As this was a monitor tour, a Taiwanese resident of Tokyo came to our company to learn about sock making ✨.
We hope to continue to promote Miyake-cho and the charms of Miyake-cho along with Suzuki Sock’s sock making along with full-scale tours in the future 😊.
The power of rice bran” that only a farmer could know, now for you ✨. The story of how the large amount of rice bran discharged when rice is milled takes on new value. It was born from long years and countless challenges.
Rice bran has been used in public baths since the Edo period as an ancient Japanese beauty item to moisturize and improve skin texture, and was even used as a rope for yokozuna (grand champion) ring-entering. Rice bran fiber, made by kneading the ingredients extracted from rice bran into rayon fiber, retains moisture and feels moist and smooth to the touch. It is an earth-friendly, environment-friendly, future-friendly, and people-friendly material.
In the event room on the 2nd floor of the main store, Suzuki Socks Official Movie You can also watch the “Behind the Scenes of sock making and development story” 🎬.