Japanese textiles are renowned for their intricate designs and high-quality materials. Textile production in Japan dates back to the 'Jomon' period, with early techniques involving weaving, dyeing, and embroidery. Japanese textile production has also been influenced by the country's geography and climate. Areas with colder climates, such as Hokkaido, are known for producing textiles made from warm materials like wool, while areas with warmer climates, such as Okinawa, are known for producing textiles made from lightweight materials like cotton. Okayama, in Western Japan, is especially famous for their denim production. 
Our line-up includes tenugui, hand fans, kids 'jinbei' and silk cords made with fabrics and special hand-dying techniques. 


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    Arimatsu Shibori Traditional Tie-dye Tenugui, Yoroidan

    This Tenugui Mameshibori is a traditional product of Arimatsu Shibori made by Takeda Kahei. The Tenugui is a dyed piece of cloth that is very popular in Japan. It can be used in many ways there is no special rules for using it. The Tenugui are not only...
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