SOUTHEAST ASIA BUILDING07 Oct 2021
TOSO sets up its first TOSO Gallery in Singapore spanning 2,000 square feet of floor area
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Singapore – Japan’s number one curtains and blind tracks manufacturer TOSO has set up its first TOSO Gallery in Singapore, in partnership with mc.2. With presence in over 17 countries, TOSO is the top choice of five-star hotels all over the world, from The Ritz Carlton and Park Hyatt Shanghai to The Peninsula, Westin and more. TOSO curtain tracks and Roman shades are also fixtures at the Taj Mahal Palace and Towers.

As a traditional Japanese company with over 70 years of history in a traditional trade of blinds and curtains, this is TOSO’s first bold move to set up a gallery for shoppers to touch, feel, and experience its superior quality product and technology. The new gallery will span 2,000 square feet and have over 20 selections of blinds and curtain tracks in live sizes for demonstration, each a testament to TOSO’s Japanese design, production, and quality assurance.

Being the first of its kind, this new TOSO Gallery is expected to revolutionize the way shoppers browse and purchase their blinds and curtains.

The TOSO Gallery will house the largest range of TOSO products in one place, with over 20 selections of curtains and blinds put on display. Products will be incorporated in various home settings simulating a Japanese home for easy visualization. The spaces, styled by top Japanese interior designer Sangetsu, range from styles that are modern, classic, natural, minimal, vintage, cool Japanese and even Scandinavian to suit various tastes and preferences.

TOSO Gallery is its latest personification of all its values with all products and systems being proudly made in Japan. Every single product that has been produced and sent to customers has been strictly checked manually by a team of trained specialists.

At the TOSO Gallery, customers can also find the largest selection of Japan’s largest supplier for fabric and wallpapers by Sangetsu. All these products are fabricated directly in Japan for quality assurance.