This is Kawashima Cercon. This time we have exhibited our finest curtain series “filo” in the main. This series of filo are organized on the theme of “fabric with story.” There are a variety of Fabric with the colorful story of manufacturing. Please take a look. First is a series of archive collection to introduce. This series got a design source from materials in our Kyoto textile culture museum. We dig a new design in a variety of ways. And it is a series that was revived as a new fabric in our technology. First, this is the pattern named gorgeous to introduce. This pattern Indian Kashmir shawl. It was in the 19th century documents. The design was in it, and by contemporary arrangement, it was revived as a new fabric. Next, there was a design of the materials for Art Nouveau tone. It is said that our designer of the Meiji era designed. It is finished as a very dense beautiful fabrics. Archive collection that utilizes a number of our cultural resources like this. Among the series we have launched now as a new stream. And the next referral, it is a series of new pattern of Morris design studio. This is a pattern called “strawberry thief”. This pattern is a famous pattern that William Morris designed to look at the bird pecking the strawberries in his garden. Very a popular pattern, we can make to the fabric for he first time. With a little extra padding of the weave, it is finished in firm fabric. Then, the cute bird pattern, it was made by placement into border shape, into thin cloth here, the “Strawberry thief Sheer”. By all means, I want to recommend in coordination. And to introduce the last, is a series of Sumikohonda. This series is what Junko Honda of our house designer wrote the design herself, and also woven in our own factory in confidence. It is a series of our originality. The design was inspired by nature and crafts. In a very modern, it is a series committed to design of Japan. Here, we have exhibited new products, goods and embroidery, the drape to coordination. Here is a symbol of our history and our manufacturing. In our old days, here is the facilities, called textile reference Museum, as of the first companies showrooms. And, I am showcasing a variety of equipment and materials that are used in the field of weaving even today. Our Manufacturing is with this background, supported by the history and technology. Please maintain your patronage of our series and future both. Thank you.