In Senshu, Osaka, the birthplace of towels in Japan,
plain-wood cotton has been produced since before the 5th century,
so the area is also a venerable place for its woven cloth.
In 1887, Enjiro Satoi succeeded in a production of pile fabric in the region,
and the history of Japanese towels has started since then.
As the birthplace of Japanese towel industry, the area has continuously produced towels for 128 years
since 1887, the output still accounts for approximately 50 % of the domestic production.
Thanks to abundant fresh underground water used in the finishing process,
high quality Senshu Towel has been produced.