Exporting the fabrics for bridal dress, party dress, evening dress, formal wear, ladies wear and sari.

Organdy, Chiffon, Mikado, Satin, Taffeta, Tulle, Shantung, Jacquard, Brocade, Ottoman, Lace and ohters.  



"Organza" or "Organdy", is made of "Natural fiber" such as cotton and silk, or "Synthetic fibers" such as polyester, nylon and rayon.

We use "Organza" as a generic term for fabrics that meet the definition of "thin, transparent, tight fabric" without limiting the materials used. "Organza" which is thin and transparent but has elasticity, is currently made of polyester yarn.

It is used mainly for wedding dresses, color dresses, and dress decorations as a material that creates a feminine and gorgeous atmosphere by giving its volume and lightness and glossiness by repeated use.

Also, Daiwa Trading has developed "Air Organza" by own technology, which is an ultra-thin organza woven with ultra-fine polyester threads that is light like air and has a smooth texture and transparency.


Recycled fabrics by RENU™ Project

Daiwa Trading is also producing recycled fabrics with RENU™ Project for

our environment and providing high quality with reasonable prices.  


RENU Project:

RENU™ Project is an initiative that addresses the issues of excessive waste in clothing and textile industry and provides various solutions to realize a future fashion system and a circular economy with measures such as recycling old garment and textile from the value chain. Through this challenge, we transform and redesign a new sustainable value chain to close the loop in clothing and apparel in order to protect the future of our planet.

The true value of RENU™ Project is supported by the people – the mills, brands, and consumers – actively participating in this project.


Yarns for embroidery with OEKO-TEX®

Daiwa Trading is also providing beautiful, strong and high quality yarns for embroidery to the world market with reasonable prices, working with OEKO-TEX® for our environment.



OEKO-TEX® consists of 18 independent research and test institutes in the field of textile and leather ecology in Europe and Japan with contact offices in more than 60 countries. The partner institutes have joint responsibility for the development of test methods and limit values which form the basis for the following standards:

1. Product labels according to STANDARD 100 by OEKO-TEX®MADE IN GREEN by      OEKO-TEX® and LEATHER STANDARD by OEKO-TEX®

2. Production facility certification according to step by OEKO-TEX® (Sustainable            Textile & Leather Production)

3. Chemicals certification according to ECO PASSPORT by OEKO-TEX®

4. Status report according to DETOX TO ZERO by OEKO-TEX®