Our Mission

That drives us to excel.
To provide superior quality services and products, delivered in a customer partnership approach, and offered at an exceptional value.


Quality Over Quantity


  • 2011

    TOSO Europe S.A.S established.
    Fuji Home Co., Ltd. established.

  • 2002

    Merger of regional TOSO Service companies into single TOSO Service Co., Ltd.
    Shanghai TOSO Interior Products Co., Ltd. established.
    Tsukuba Plant and Mitsukaido Plant achieve ISO14001 certification.

  • 2001

    TOSO Service Kinki Co., Ltd. established.
    TOSO Ryutsu Service Co., Ltd. established.

  • 2000

    Wado Creative made subsidiary company.
    TOSO Service Tokyo Co., Ltd. established.
    Manufacturing headquarters achieves ISO9001 certification.

  • 1999

    TOSO Service Minami Kanto Co., Ltd., and TOSO Service Kyushu Co., Ltd. established.
    Capital alliance with Wado Creative Co., Ltd.

  • 1996

    Listed on Second Section of Tokyo Stock Exchange.

  • 1995

    TOSO Shoji Co., Ltd. established.

  • 1990

    Showroom opened at Akasaka, Tokyo.
    Received Distinguished Company Award from Recreational Development Center Foundation on the occasion of the third “Appraisal of Corporate Leisure-Mindedness”.

  • 1988

    P.T. TOSO Industry Indonesia established.

  • 1986

    Ibaraki Plant-2 (the present Mitsukaido Plant) JIS certified for Venetian blinds.

  • 1985

    Ibaraki Plant-2 (the present Mitsukaido Plant) established.
    TOSO Sangyo-Shizai Co., Ltd. and TOSO International Co., Ltd.
    (the present Overseas Department) established.

  • 1981

    Established JV with Silent Gliss Co. (Switzerland)
    Best Interior Co., Ltd. (the present Silent Gliss Corporation) established.

  • 1979

    Absorbed TOSO Kako Co., Ltd. and TOSO Seni Co., Ltd. via merger.

  • 1976

    Fuji Home Co., Ltd. made a subsidiary.
    The present Tsukuba Plant becomes JIS certified for curtain tracks.

  • 1972

    Changed trade name to TOSO Co., Ltd.

  • 1968

    TOSO Kako Co., Ltd. (the present Tsukuba Plant) made wholly owned subsidiary.
    TOSO Seni Co., Ltd. established in Hamamatsu.

  • 1961

    Changed trade name to TOSO Co., Ltd.

  • 1949

    Tokyo Sobi Kogyo Co., Ltd. established.


  • 2013

    Curtain track “Fit Archi” received The Good Design Award.

  • 2012

    Roller blinds “Visic Decora Vertical” received The Good Design Award.

  • 2011

    Curtain track “Legato Square” received The Good Design Award.

  • 2010

    Window Treatment Screen “Colt” received The Good Design Award.

  • 2008

    Turn-up screen”VISIC”received The Good Design Award

  • 2007

    Curtain track “Cortina” and Vertical blind “Dual“
    and Interior screen “SUKIGAMI” received The Good Design Award.

  • 2006

    Roller blinds “Mytec Seeds” and Curtain accessory “Arm Holder” received The Good Design Award.

  • 2005

    Introduced exquisite “Gracier” collection target high-end consumers.
    DIY Curtain track “Lifty” awarded at New Product Contest sponsored by DIY Show.
    Curtain track “Outlook 1” received The Good Design Award.

  • 2002

    Wooden blinds “Venewood” line introduced. Venetian blinds with heat-shielding slats added to line.

  • 2001

    Entire line of Pleated blinds manufactured without formaldehyde.

  • 2000

    Motorized Curtain tracks “Felio” and “Premio” introduced.

  • 1999

    Automatic control system “TIOS-Ⅱ” introduced.

  • 1997

    Venetian blinds “New Ceramy” awarded the Distinguished Service Medal for Inventive Design at the 22nd Invention Award competition. Venetian blinds “New Raison” awarded honorable mention in Japan DIY Association New and Hit Products Contest.
    Interior hook “Forms” received The Good Design Award.

  • 1996

    “Picture Rail” line introduced. “TIOS-Ⅰ” automatic control system introduced. “Fusakake,”
    “New Ceramy 15X,” and “Cubicle” received The Good Design Award.

  • 1994

    “Top Treatment” line introduced. Panel door “Flexies” introduced.

  • 1992

    Pleated blind “Shiori” introduced.

  • 1990

    Ultrasonic Roller blind “Iota 2020” delivered to Tokyo Metropolitan Government building.

  • 1989

    Motorized Roman shades introduced. Motorized Venetian blinds introduced.

  • 1988

    Linear Motorized Curtain track “Bestec” introduced.
    “Refre” style Curtain track receives Fukuda Special Prize at 13th Invention Award competition.

  • 1986

    Motorized Vertical blinds introduced.

  • 1985

    Roman shades, Panel tracks, and Motorized Roller blinds introduced.

  • 1984

    Roller blind “Mytec”received The Good Design Award.

  • 1982

    Vertical blinds “Silhouette” introduced.
    World Collection of global Curtain tracks and accessories imported and marketed in Japan.

  • 1978

    Venetian blinds “Slat 25, 18” and “Slat 25MP, 18MP” introduced.

  • 1977

    Roller blinds introduced.

  • 1975

    Folding Door “Majikiri” introduced.

  • 1971

    Japan’s first free-size (extendable) Curtain track “Adjusta-101 Sets” introduced.

  • 1964

    Motorized Curtain tracks introduced.

  • 1963

    Plastic Curtain track “Mine Set” introduced.

  • 1959

    “C Type Home Rail Set” put on the market.

  • 1953

    “C Type” form metallic Curtain track launched out.


  • 2012

    TOSO Europe S.A.S. exhibit in “R+T 2012” in Germany.

  • 2009

    P.T. TOSO INDUSTRY INDONESIA started on an afforestation project.
    TOSO booth at JAPANTEX 2009 received DDA (Japan Display Design Association) Award.

  • 2008

    TOSO booth at JAPANTEX 2008 received Next Design Award and Incentive Award of Display Industry.

  • 2006

    TOSO booth at JAPANTEX 2006 received Booth Display Contest Press Award.

  • 2004

    TOSO booth at JAPANTEX 2003 received Incentive Award of Display Industry.

  • 1999

    50th Anniversary Exhibition “More Pleasant, More Comfortable ‘Fine Tuned Living’”

  • 1986

    Interior decorating seminars held at major cities of Japan.

  • 1984

    “Total Interior for the Home” design contest sponsored.

  • 1983

    German total interior system seminar held in five cities of Japan.

  • 1981

    The first Japanese company to participate in the “Heim Textile Exhibition 81”

  • 1980

    Interior decorating seminars held at major cities of Japan.

  • 1973

    The “Styling the Curtains Show” held at Tokyo and Osaka.

  • 1969

    Exhibition “Curtain Rails of the World” held at 8 locales in Japan.