Almost one century has passed since we started our company producing fly catch paper
The founder, Toshiro Kamoi, established "Kamoi Fly Catch Paper Works." The product was named "Kamoi's Haitori-gami (fly catch paper)" (flat type) and the trademark was decided to be a "rising sun" when delivering products to the market. The following year, we started exports to Southern Asian areas and North and South America, in addition to Korea, Manchuria, and Taiwan.
Completed the headquarters building We developed a ribbon type fly catch paper and released it under name of "Kamoi's Ribbon Haitori-gami (fly catch paper)."
1933 - 1952
We developed "Kirimetsu," a liquid insecticide using pyrethrin drug products. We created a great boom in the liquid insecticide under the trademark "Gekiretsu Messhi (drastic perishing)." We developed and manufactured "Kirimetsu" and a new drug product, "BHC," in addition to Flat" and "Ribbon" fly catch paper. "Kamoi's Big Four Insecticides" were well received.
1961 - 2003
We established the Tomii factory and started production of paper adhesive tape. After that, we released a variety of tape utilizing Kamoi's adhesive technologies, including "craft adhesive tape" using craft paper as a base material, a long seller product "Kamoi's sealing tape," "heat resistive tape for painting" using crape paper as a base material, and "Kabuki," a new masking tape for automobiles.
We created masking tape "mt," for stationery and chandlery.