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The Japanese Standards Association (JSA) recently published new care labeling standards in order to harmonize the ISO International care labeling system. These standards are expected to be harmonized under the Households Goods Quality Labeling Regulation upon official acceptance by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and Consumer Affairs Agency (CAA), to replace the current mandatory care labeling standard JIS L 0217 “ Care Labeling of Textile Goods”. While awaiting approval by METI and CAA, the current mandatory standard JIS L 0217 is still being used according to the regulation. These standards are now available at JSA 1.
The main change to the care symbols when comparing JIS L 0001 and JIS L 0217 is increased the symbols from 21 to 41 types, which are briefly summarized as below:
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