As of Oct. 1, 2023
|The Japan Textiles Importers Association
|Date of Foundation
History of The Association
Moreover the Two Associations merged in 1972 to form The Japan Textiles Importers Association.
On April 1, 1999, The Japan textiles importers association (JTIA) had absorbed and merged The Japan Raw Silk Importers Association and The JTIA became Japan’s only Textile Trade organization based on the Export and Import Transaction Act.
|Authorizing law and Classification
|A public interest corporation under the Export and Import Transaction Act related the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.
7-14, Nihombashi-Honcho 1-chome,Chuo-ku,
Tokyo 103-0023, Japan Map
6th Floor, Yushutu Sen-i Kaikan,
4-9, Bingomachi 3-chome, Chuo-ku, Osaka City,
541-0051, Japan Map
|Total Number of Members
|Representatives and Officers
|The purpose of the JTIA is to establish order in the import trade and to promote the common interests of its members, thereby promoting the sound development of the import trade in textile products.
|Item for The Articles of the JTIA（Handling Items）
|Yarns, fabrics, knitted fabrics, carpets, non-woven fabrics, felts, woven and knitted clothing, leather clothing, accessories for clothing, neckties, gloves, socks, shawls, hats, personal effects, bedding, interior furnishings, string, ropes, nets, and other textile products made various fiber materials such as silk, wool, cotton, hemp, man-made fibers, other plants, metals, and glass.
|Raw Materials and Textiles Division
|The Textile Materials Committee
|－The Silk Subcommittee
|The Apparel Committee
|－The Asian States Subcommittee
|The Home Textiles Committee
|Trade Issues and Institutions Division
|The CSR Committee
|The Logistics Committee
－The Tariff System and Others Subcommittee
（Kanto area/Kansai area）