Preserving traditional culture with master craftsmanship  


  We are a dyeing shop that uses traditional dyeing techniques to white-out print Toyohashi Homaekake aprons. 
Our products are masterpieces of craftsmanship, hand-dyed with care by seasoned artisans. 

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Exquisite products that attract future customers 

We have started hand-dyeing fabrics with printing techniques that create and express the beauty of nature. Based on our experience and achievements, we have dyed each piece with care and skill. 
Per roll Material:  100% cotton
       (50% of which is Garabou yarn)
 Size: Width 48cm x Length 8m 

Hand-dyed traditional Toyohashi Homaekake apron  production 

Since our establishment, we have been hand-dyeing Japanese traditional Homaekake aprons , table centers and other textile products with sulfur dyeing techniques. We use our original fabric made of 100% cotton with Garabou yarn woven into it, and we offer traditional Toyohashi Homaekake aprons that became popular after the war.
Material: 100% cotton 
(including 50% Garabou yarn) 
Size per piece Width 48cm Length 70cm

We are grateful for the patronage of many customers.

Passing on traditional culture through dyeing printing

We are striving to preserve the beautiful scenery, precious history and profound traditional culture of Japan by artistically and creatively printing on them. And passing on the tradition. 

Traditional crafts in daily life.

Calendars are something that we see every day. Chinese zodiac calendars are dyed on Homaekake aprons by craftsmen with indigo dyeing, a traditional Japanese technique. 
If you decorate it on the wall, it will change to a calm space.
We always create value that we can contribute according to your request.

Company Profile 

Company Name: Suzuki Nassen
Established: 1956
Address: 82-3 Noguro, Hanada-cho, Toyohashi-shi, Aichi 441-8019, Japan
Phone/FAX: 0532-31-8500
E-mail: [email protected]
Representative: Ryoji Suzuki
Employees: 3
Major customers: Wholesale dealers of Homaekake apron and brewing manufacturers, etc.
Major achievements:

  • Wholesaling overseas name-in sail front covers for 40 years
  • Dyeing name-in Homaekake apron of long-established sake breweries and companies since the establishment of the company
  • Planning and producing original fabrics (Garabou fabrics using Garabou yarns)
  • Adopting Toyohashi City emblem chigiri printed on traditional Homaekake apron using original fabric as a return gift for “Furusato Tax Payment”

Business description

  1. Sulfur dyeing of cotton fiber miscellaneous goods such as sail front covers, table centers, luncheon mats, etc.
  2. Wholesale and retail sales of Noren, hand towels, towels, flags, etc.
  3. Planning and production of original fabrics of our company
  4. Design and production of equipment and equipment for dyeing
  5. Hand-carved production of dyeing stencil

Management philosophy

We pursue the happiness of our employees’ mind and body and contribute to the prosperity and lasting peace of society.
Corporate purpose

  • We meet new people and environments, polish and improve ourselves, and strive to enhance our humanity.
  • We do work that is useful, appreciated, and valued by people and society.
  • We achieve economic stability, sustain the company, and protect the well-being of our employees and their families.

Business purpose

  • We study new technologies every day and strive to improve our technical accuracy.
  • We treat all our customers with love and sincerity.
  • We create new values with social significance from ingenuity and innovation, and strive to make a positive impact on society.


      “Smile every day”


1945 (Showa 20), the founder Tetsuya Suzuki started working at his family’s dyeing shop and learned the art of dyeing. 

1956 (Showa 31), he established “Asahi-ya Dyeing Factory” and began a business of dyeing various items such as Happi coats, flags, and Noren curtains using different dyeing techniques, mainly on sail cloths. 

1962 (Showa 37), he created double-dyed aprons with a small pattern in the background and white-out names using sulfur dyeing. 

1977 (Showa 52), he installed a silk screen automatic printing machine and launched a pigment multi-color printing business. In the same year, he renamed the company to “Suzuki Nassen”. 

2010 (Heisei 22), Ryoji Suzuki took over as the representative. In the same year, some of the factory facilities and equipment were demolished and removed. 
From 2010 (Heisei 22) to 2014 (Heisei 26), he refurbished the factory facilities and updated the aging infrastructure. Since then, he has been working to improve the equipment and supplies for technological innovation. 

2022 (Reiwa 4), he designed and produced his own original fabric woven with Garabou yarn. 
2023 (Reiwa 5), he hand-dyed “local history picture canvas aprons”, “zodiac calendar Homaekake aprons”, and “design pattern hand-dyed fabrics” using his own original fabric.
Drawing on the experience and achievements that he has accumulated so far, he strives to create and provide many excellent products to his customers.


This page introduces our achievements, technologies, and services that we provide. After browsing through them, please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or inquiries. Let’s find the best solution for your company.