We work with digital print technology, which has less environmental impact on the dyeing process, instead of the traditional Auto-Screen dyeing method that uses dyeing dies. Generally, a large amount of water is used in the dyeing process. For instance, our auto-screen dyeing with deduction baths uses approx. 90 tons of water per day. This is because it is necessary for cleaning tools such as belts and dyeing dies. In Inkjet printing, however, water is used only for washing a small portion of the tools. This reduces the amount of water used to about 4 tons per day (approx 95% less). In addition, there is no waste dye-stuff solution. It is also more efficient, as it eliminates dye effluent. The main products are Japanese traditional goods such as furoshiki (wrapping cloth), Azuma tote-bags, pouches, and Tenugui (Japanese hand towel).