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SEIWA was founded in 1939 by its founder, Seiichi Murayama, for the purpose of selling dyes and chemicals. In 1946, a new store was built in Takadanobaba, the current location, and Seiwa Processing Co., Ltd. was established.

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Seiwa have been working on the development of dyes, auxiliaries and chemicals, and since that time they have also been focusing on the development and sale of dyeing craft materials. After that, in order to spread the fun and beauty of dyeing to as many people as possible, in 1954, while there was no cultural classroom at that time, Mari Ota and Hiroshi Ota were introduced. Toward the instructor, they opened a Seiwa dyeing class under the guidance of both of them.

In leather crafts, Professor Yasuhito Tani conducted in-house research in the early 30s of Japan's leather crafts and leather crafts, and opened a leather craft class. There was a time when Goro Takahashi of Gorose and his sect also taught as instructors.

Since then, many graduates from specialists to the general public have spread the world of various dyeing and leather crafts, including traditional Japanese arts such as wax, yuzen, chintz, and bingata, as well as more fashionable ones. Active in the world of dyeing, crafts and leather crafts.

In addition, they have been conducting research on craft dyes, chemicals, tools, and materials in line with the development of the school, seeking easier handling and higher quality, and they are continuing to develop them. SEIWA has the only history, tradition and achievements in Japan in dyeing and leather crafting.