is a washable cushion material with excellent durability. The fibers
in BREATHAIR® are arranged in a complex three-dimensional structure.
One way to describe the appearance of the fibers is that they appear
similar in structure to a block of instant noodles made from white
Toyobo draws on its polymer, film forming, and processing technologies to
provide such functional products as films for LCDs and optical uses,
adhesives for electronic components, and conductive paste for touch panels...
Medical care in developed countries is expected to become increasingly
advanced, and the need for medical services in emerging countries is
forecast to expand. New developments will include the growth of the antibody drugs market...
The second character “Ri” has a dual meaning, “Reason” and “Ethics”. The fundamental principle expresses the idea of thinking and acting rationally and logically, as well as the need to retain respect for morality and ethics.
“Tenka-Mu-Kanjin” stands for the TOYOBO ambition to make the world a better place by the contribution of helpful products. Owned by the "Nihon Mengyo Club (General Incorporated Association)" and written by Fusajiro Abe, the sixth president of TOYOBO (1926 – 1935)"