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Tanners' Council of Japan (TCJ) association

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■ Production, trade and distribution of leather and survey activities related to the consumption thereof ■ Survey activities related to the leather fabrication industry ■ Gathering and provision of materials and information related to raw stock ■ Research activities related to leather fabrication techniques ■ Research activities and the promotion of policies related to controlling environmental deterioration that accompanies leather production activities ■ Research and promotional activities related to betterment policies for business and techniques under the leather fabrication industry ■ Support activities for the realignment of the leather fabrication industry ■ Matters related to the import and export of leather and associated trade policies ■ Cooperative efforts related to the implementation of government policy concerning the production, trade, distribution and consumption of leather ■ Businesses other than the above required to achieve the objectives of TCJ

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"Leather", Gifts from the ancient people. 

Osaka Leather & Material Traders Association association

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Osaka Leather & Material Traders Association have aimed doing the spread enlightenment, the information gathering, and the dissemination of leather and the leather product, and development, and the efforts of the leather industry to be activated. In addition, holding, such as exhibitions and trade fairs and various briefing have been held.

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"The fashion of shoes always from KOBE." 

Japan Chemical Shoes Industrial Association association

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The Japan Chemical Shoes Industrial Association engages in a wide range of activities aimed at furthering the stable development of the industry, including conducting trade fairs, human resource development, and survey and research projects. [Nature of Activities] -Holding of “Japan Grand Shoes Collection” exhibition -Holding of “Fashion Shoes Contest” -Holding of “Shoes Planning Training Lecture” -“Kobe Shoes Branding Business” -Holding of “‘Kutsukko Matsuri’ Shoes Festival” -Survey, research and information gathering activities pertaining to shoes -Other activities

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In the name of providing increasingly better products that are in line with the times 

Japanese clothes belt Industry Association association

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Since our establishment in July 1964, the Japanese Clothes Belt Industry Association has remained relentless in the pursuit of our activities. These include our long-running joint publicity business to facilitate sales promotion efforts, and the provision of training and information to improve both management and technology. Our endeavors also include awareness reform regarding quality labeling by our member companies required by the repeated reforms made to our “Stipulations/Detailed Regulations on Quality Labeling” and the assertion of our global attributes through proactively engaging in the dispatching of missions overseas. [Nature of Activities] ■ Research and instruction regarding production technology ■ PR and advertising activities for furthering sales ■ Provision of various surveys and information ■ Promotion of the streamlining of production and sales ■ Other businesses necessary to accomplish the objectives under the establishment of the Association

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Going from a supporting player to a purveyor of originality. 

Tokyo Yoso-zakka Industry Association (TYIA) association

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In 1944, the Tokyo Suspender, Garter and Cloth Band Manufacturing Facility Association was newly established by what had been the trade association for Western-style clothing (dress shirts, neckties, cuff buttons, suspenders, garters and decorative tape) until that time. Following World War II the Association had grown briskly in line with the pace of the reviving Japanese economy. However, the period between 1955 and 1965 would prove to be a difficult one, as the appearance of the likes of socks with rubber in their tops and pantyhose caused commercial garters and ladies' sock suspenders to gradually disappear from the market. Fortunately, around that time, ladies' belts started to be regarded as an essential fashion item, prompting the majority of the Association's members to engage in the manufacturing of ladies' belts. Consequently, in 1954, the Association changed its name to the Tokyo Yoso-Zakka Industry Association (Tokyo Western Clothing Accessories Industry Association). As of today, this Association is operated by 23 member companies. [Nature of Activities] ■ Provision of information regarding the ladies' belts and suspenders industry ■ Mutual contact and negotiations between associated sectors ■ Negotiations with related government agencies

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Kagawa gloves: the love is in the glove. 

Japan Gloves Industry Association (JGIA) association

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Comprised of 79 glove manufacturers concentrated primarily in Kagawa Prefecture’s Higashi-Kagawa City, Japan’s sole regional center of glove production, the Japan Gloves Industry Association (JAGA) represents over 90% of glove production across the nation. While Kagawa originally developed over time as a center of export production, to facilitate a shift in domestic demand necessitated by the contraction of export markets, the region moved the focus of its growth to developing usages for gloves, with a particular emphasis placed on fashionable thermal gloves. Accompanying efforts included entering the market for sports gloves, including those used in golf, skiing and baseball, and that for special work gloves. At the same time, product lineups incorporating glove manufacturing technology and associated materials have also been developed in the region. A specific example is the wide range of product offshoots, such as bags and leather accessories derived from leather gloves, and foot warmers and knit items derived from knitted gloves. Additionally, recent years have seen the development of UV-care gloves that block out harmful UV rays. As such gloves can be used over a long period of time that extends from spring to autumn, they have yielded the cultivation of new markets. Kagawa has a long gloves production history that marked its 120th anniversary in 2008. To celebrate this milestone, as part of a commemorative project, we opened a resource center on the Internet that year. Furthermore, in 2009, we established the “Kagawa Gloves Resource Center” as an extension of our efforts to enhance our capability to supply information externally. Currently, Kagawa is not limited to simply the production of gloves, and has expanded to become all-encompassing production center for all forms of fashion accessories. In this capacity, the region continues to work on strengthening its international competitiveness and cultivate new markets.

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We strive to offer shoe-fitting services that consumers find satisfactory. 

Foot, Footwear and Health Association association

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1. Human resource development business related to feet, footwear and health. 2. Consumer enlightenment business related to feet, footwear and health. 3. Information exchange business related to feet, footwear and health. 4. Investigative research business related to feet, footwear and health. 5. Businesses other than those stipulated above that are necessary to accomplish the objectives of the Foot, Footwear and Health Association.

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