タケヤリ帆布のはじまり

1888年、児島地区の郷内にて、農業や行商をしていた武鑓石五郎と機織の名手である梅との結婚を機に製造業がはじまり、タケヤリの歴史がはじまりました。

優れた織り手であった梅の元には評判を聞きつけた木綿問屋から角帯や足袋の底地など注文が入るようになり、タケヤリの生地は桐の箱に入れられ大阪や東京の品評会や博覧会に出品され賞を得るようになっていきます。創業当時からタケヤリの品質がとても高かったことがわかります。


Production began following the marriage of Ishigoro Takeyari, a farmer and trader in the Kojima region, and Ume, an accomplished weaver, and this marked the beginning of Takeyari’s history. Ume, who was known locally as an excellent weaver, began to receive orders for kakuobi (stiff sashes for men) and soles for tabi (a type of Japanese sock) from cotton merchants that had heard of her reputation. As time passed, Takeyari fabric was taken in boxes made of paulownia wood and entered into expositions and competitive exhibitions in Osaka and Tokyo, where it won awards.

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