By  on March 21, 2018

Japanese textiles are in focus as the country’s innovations in material technology continue to take hold.

The latest textile developments from Japan include the work of Asahi Kasei, a global chemical and material science company, that recently received the Senken Shimbun Synthetic Fiber Prize for its sustainable GRS-certified yarn, the Roica premium stretch fiber. Its Roica yarn is part of the company’s “eco-smart” collection, a range of sustainable premium stretch fibers: Roica is created with more than 50 percent pre-consumer recycled content. The award is granted to Japanese companies, exclusively.

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