Sep 2016 | Forbes JAPAN
Award of 55 Japanese women active in the world.
Maarlie Wahddah (Mari Wada)
San Jose, USA
Born in Tokyo in 1975. Moved to the US in 2001. Entered the apparel industry in Silicon Valley in 2002. Founded Tabbisocks to spread the socks of Koryo Town, Nara Prefecture, which has a history of more than 100 years, to the world. Currently, socks are sold at more than 400 stores in North America and the Asia-Pacific region.
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