It was summer 2019 when NUNOUS became thin enough to be sewn. Until then, SEISHOKU.CO. continued to develop products for the interior design field, such as stone, tile, and wood, but now that they are able to sew, the possibilities of products have expanded greatly. They continue to design better up-cycled products. In 1880, they started manufacturing textiles in Kurashiki, and have been in the dyeing business since 1942. Research on the up-cycling of textiles started in 2013. Textiles that are mixed with various raw materials are one of the materials that is difficult to up-cycle even for recycling specialists. Substandard textiles are usually shredded and used in an invisible part or burned. NUNOUS was developed with the desire to give these substandard textiles new life and propose new possibilities for textiles to society.