From production through to sale, the business process requires a long time and many hands. Fairy Feather would not have been come to realization without generous contributions from various companies including a yarn dyer, a yarn twiner and a fabric refiner, besides our own effort. As we often hear the word kizuna (human bonds) in Japan after the March 11 disasters, this fabric is none other than a product of kizuna, the grand sum of it all.
Our company's dream would be to have our fabrics chosen for stage costumes in prestigious theaters such as the Paris Opera House. How high is Fairy Feather going to fly carrying our dreams? In older days, when the Japanese silk scarves gained worldwide popularity, the name of the producing area Kawamata was put in shade by the fame of the export port Yokohama. Today we believe that “Saiei silk,” representing Kawamata, will continue to actively contribute to the growth and the innovation of the global textile market.