Batik, a traditional Indonesian cloth, is made using the wax-resist dyeing technique. While the fabric can be found all over the world, the art of Batik has been developed to the highest standard in the island of Jawa, Indonesia, and the Batik of Indonesia has been designated the status of Intangible Cultural Heritage by UNESCO.

 Anmako works hand-in-hand with family-owned workshops in central Jawa to create our original Batik. For generations, these workshops have been honing their craft to develop their own dye, technique, and style. We give the artists the freedom to run with our proposed ideas and requests, according to their distinctive methods and sensibilities. The end product is often completely different from our initial concept, but therein lies the joy of working with them. This encapsulates what makes Batik such a unique and fascinating art form.



The colourful prints used in Anmako’s Japanese linen and cotton collections are made in textile factories in Japanese cities, Kyoto and Shizuoka. Having accumulated over 100 years of history and experience, these factories are equipped with the latest technologies to produce fabric. The fabrics' refined texture and clean prints highlight the delicacy and precision of Japanese quality, making these textiles highly sought after by Japanese fashion labels. 

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