ROTOTO manufactures its socks in Nara Prefecture, Japan's largest sock-producing region, with a focus on preserving the area's centuries-old tradition of weaving. Rooted in the regions quality textile history dating back to the 17th century, the industrial production of socks began in 1910. ROTOTO works closely with the local craftsmen, who play a crucial role in preserving this tradition and history. From selecting yarns to choosing knitting machines, the company collaborates closely with skilled artisans, using a blend of traditional and modern techniques. With a commitment to maintaining ancestral traditions while embracing innovation, ROTOTO aims to shape the future of sock production in the region, producing unique items that reflect the rich heritage of Nara Prefecture.