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Raw Silk

Raw Silk

Clothes/ Fabrics / Nomura Silk

Shape
Thread and others
Purpose
 
Features
Homegrown raw silk reeled directly from the cocoons.
Color variation
No color variation
Materials
Cocoon
Form of wrapping
Corresponding to sale by measure
Supply capacity
20kg/month
Awards received, Authorizations,etc.
Awarded the Dainippon Silk Foundation's Presidential Prize in the Second Silk Thread Business Tie-up Technical and Management Contest in 2014.
Desireble retail price
21 middle raw silk 21,000 yen/kg, 27 middle raw silk 18,000 yen/kg, others depending on sizes
Minimum lots
approximate 500g
Delivery-date
21, 27, 31 middle finess within 3 days, others one month

Raw Silk

Nomura Silk Hakubutsukan

Glittering raw silk of the highest grade which is created through unheated silk reeling and low-speed silk reeling

Luxurious raw silk used for the most important occasions from the Queen Elizabeth coronation ceremony to Jingu Shikinen Sengu (The transfer of a deity to a new shrine building after a prescribed number of years) at Ise-Jingu Shrine. The silkworm industry began in 1870 in the Nomura district known for its frequent fog and clean water. Cocoons are not dried but rather soaked in hot water to soften them before silk is made through unheated silk reeling and low-speed silk reeling. Silk farmers in Japan have decreased from 671 in 1973 to only 6 presently making this the most expensive raw silk in Japan due to its scarcity.

Person in charge : Toshiharu Kamezaki

Telephone number : 0894-72-3710 / FAX : 0894-72-3710

Glittering raw silk of the highest grade which is created through unheated silk reeling and low-speed silk reeling

Luxurious raw silk used for the most important occasions from the Queen Elizabeth coronation ceremony to Jingu Shikinen Sengu (The transfer of a deity to a new shrine building after a prescribed number of years) at Ise-Jingu Shrine. The silkworm industry began in 1870 in the Nomura district known for its frequent fog and clean water. Cocoons are not dried but rather soaked in hot water to soften them before silk is made through unheated silk reeling and low-speed silk reeling. Silk farmers in Japan have decreased from 671 in 1973 to only 6 presently making this the most expensive raw silk in Japan due to its scarcity.

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