Nanga is a sleeping bag manufacturer born in the town of down, started in 1941 by its predecessor "Akira Yokota" from the production area of Omi cotton bedding. The company name "Nanga" is derived from "Nanga Parbat" in the Himalayas. Nanga Parbat is the ninth highest mountain in the world at 8,126 meters above sea level and is also known as "Man-eater Mountain" and is a difficult mountain to climb, which has caused many victims of accidents. NANGA's commitment is to create products that are comfortable and comfortable to wear. NANGA's speciality is feathers. NANGA's expertise in down selection, washing, and management, cultivated over many years, has enabled the company to continue producing warmer down products.