Okumura has a history of over 120 years. It started in Asakusa, Tokyo when the founder Kinjiro Okumura produced and sold slippers for indoor use. Slippers are the symbols of Japan’s cultural sense of cleanliness as they help us to prevent viruses from entering rooms. They also have the role of reducing the burden on our flooring materials and making our houses last longer. Above all, they support us in a variety of ways, no matter what kind of lifestyle we lead. As a long-established manufacturer of slippers, Okumura’s mission is to use our products to help communicate Japan’s cultural history to future generations.
We wish to deliver a richer lifestyle through slippers. We pride ourselves on crafting products that meet changes in people's lives and their needs. As part of this approach, Okumura is actively promoting the following three initiatives.
Production and sale of slippers
Production and sale of interior goods and accessories
Sale of sandal products
Slippers and living interior goods
Interior goods (cushions, mats, accessories)
Major mass merchandisers, mail order companies,
nationwide co-ops, large specialty stores, department stores
4th Floor, Okumura 2nd Building, 1-7-17,
Nipponbashihigashi, Naniwa-ku, Osaka,
TEL. 06-6641-3526 FAX. 06-6633-7401
Kanto Branch Office
9th Floor, Fashion Face Building, 2-3-3,
Nihonbashibakurocho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo,
TEL. 03-5623-3803 FAX. 03-3663-3820