Japan, one of the most inspiring countries for jeans, will host the Denimandjeans show in Tokyo in November 1-2, 2022. The show will take place in the Japanese capital for the first time, after it had been planned for March 2020, though it had to be canceled because of the pandemic.
Denimsandjeans has been organizing various denim shows globally for many years now. Its founder Sandeep Agarwal worked with the denim industry for over three decades and has been involved in bringing together the denim industry in Bangladesh, India and Vietnam by holding the first denim supply chain shows there with the latest show recently held in Bangalore, India, after three years of covid break.
“Our main purpose of creating a denim supply chain show in Japan was to bring a denim dedicated event to the ‘Mecca of denim', that is Japan. All of us have been hugely inspired by Japanese denim, an artful rendition of carefully crafted denims. And we wanted to hold the first denim supply chain show there to cater to requirements of local and international brands and retailers besides bringing something which can help the visitors to be inspired,” said Agarwal.
Sandeep Agarwal, founder, Denimsandjeans
Among participants there will be exclusive denim mills, indigo dyeing mills, laundries and garment units from Japan including Nihon Menpu, Collect, Whoval, Sanyo Senko, SAAB, Shinohara and more. These exclusive companies will showcase alongside some well known global technology and chemical companies like Tonello, Jeanologia, VAV, Officina+39 and more. Famous fabric and garment companies from Pakistan, India, Turkey, Bangladesh and more will form another group to showcase latest products the show to the discerning local and global retailers and buyers.
The show will host denim talks by global experts in the field and also some of the renowned connoisseurs of denim bringing the event alive.