• TAKEYARI

         Kurashiki city, where initially TAKEYARI was born, flourished back in Edo period.      After the Showa era, a movement to preserve traditiona...
  • Made of Cotton, with Water Repellent Characteristics

        The water-repellent Tiger canvas series introduce you to two types: Box backpack and Backpack. Both are made of cotton, in addition with water...
  • New Water-repellent Tiger Canvas

        The newly released water- repellent Tiger canvas is a calm, chic style that has a shade of gray in their navy. The enjoyable aging of the fabr...
  • The Ordinary Thick Chambray Canvas

        The thick chambray canvas is woven using regular yarn and pre-dyed charcoal gray yarn.          The loom used to weave this canvas fabric cann...
  • 【How Canvas is Made】Part4 Belgian Loom, Picanol

     The picture below shows the weaving process of the canvas using a Belgian made shuttle loom called Picanol. One day of operation can only result...
  • 【How Canvas is Made】Part3 Warping

    Warping is done next, which is the process of yarns counting from up and down, and wefted from left to right before the actual weaving happens. Th...
  • 【How Canvas is Made】Part 2 Beaming

     The picture shows the yarns wrapped around paper tubes. The beaming process; which is the winding and twisting of all yarns together. After the w...
  • 【How Canvas is Made 】Part 1 Twisitng and Multiplying Yarns

    The yarns used for the manufacturing of canvas fabrics are made by twisting several threads together, approximately 10 threads to make a single y...
  • High-quality canvas by Takeyari

      The SAKURABOSHI logo Proof of high-quality canvas From formation to weaving and all the way to inspection, the spinning is carried out by cra...
  • Wooden Cedar Factory Walls

    The outer wall of Takeyari canvas factory has a subtle contrast between the old and the new, which is beautiful. The picture above is the outer w...