The major participation in the show is from Japan. Eleven companies including Kurabo, Kuroki, Collect-Japan Blue Co, Nihon Menpu, SAAB, Showa and Sinhohara Textile will be representing the Japanese denim industry at the show.
Another country which will see maximum participation is China. Eight companies form China including Advance Denim, Foison, Lucky Textile and Foshan Huafeng will be participating in the Japan show.
China is also one of the biggest denim exporters to Japan. Last year, China exported approx. 82 million pieces of jeans. In addition, Japan also exported 37 per cent of its denim fabric to China only. Japan imported a total of about 180 million pieces of jeans from around the world during the year.
Next to China, Bangladesh is the second biggest jeans exporter to Japan. Last year, Bangladesh's share in the total jeans import of Japan was about 18 per cent, and it has been increasing by the end of every passing year.
At the Japan show, three big garment vendors from Bangladesh - Denimach (Armana Group), M&J Group and Noize Jeans will be exhibiting their new collection for Spring Summer 2021. Pioneer Denim, one of the fastest growing fabric manufacturers from Bangladesh, is also going to bring its innovation and new sustainable developments at the Japan show.
Big denim giants from Pakistan including Artistic Milliners, Artistic Fabric and Garments, Artistic Denim Mill, Artistic Fabric and Garment (AGI Denim), Soorty, Kassim Denim and Indigo Textile, who have been catering some of the most niche denim brands / retailers including Levis, H&M, Tesco, Inditex, C&A, PVH, GAP, and Li Fung, will be presenting their latest fabric / garment collection at the show.
Apart from fabric and garments, the show will have some of the leading chemical manufacturers, accessories suppliers, washing laundries, fibre producers and technology providers at the show. The list includes Officina+39, Archroma, Ribbontex, Elasten, Jeanologia, VAV, Tonello and YilmakMakina.
Adriano Goldschimed is going to launch Wiser Wash in Japan at the show and Luigi Lovato (from Elleti) will present green copies of 4 vintage garments of the M.O.D.E and will replicate them also with Wiser Wash for which they have signed a license for Europe and Tunisia.
The completer exhibitor list is live at the official website of Denimsandjeans Japan.
A special indigo museum by Arvind and a small museum of 100 years old vintage garments by Elleti will be set up at the show, which is going to be the 1st time experience for the Japanese visitors.
Fibre2Fashion News Desk (RKS)
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