The women who belong to this organization have different environments, such as women raising children on their own, women who were unable to find work because they could not read and write, and women who need special support for reasons such as disabilities.
The women who work here make hand-woven cloth using a technique called jibataori, which is rare even in Nepal, where they use their legs and waist dexterously. This method is characterized by being able to weave cloth by combining trees that can be prepared at home.
Since the work is divided into labor and can be taken home to work, there are 200 women working.
Women are working on handicrafts such as pouches, bags and accessories. We put our hearts into creating products that people around the world will love, not just in Japan.