Furoshiki Kyoto since 1937 SHIP WORLDWIDE
Available from February 1st in Japan time
1. Water-repellent Recycle
55% of polyester for the product is renewed as a reclycled polyester by using polyester fibers such as discarded uniforms for the weft of the fabric.
However, the durable of water repellence is the same between recycled polyester and previous polyester.
|The paper belt is also renewed!
2. Rayon Chirimen Koyomi
Rayon crape was originally made by imitating silk and has a better hand feel than polyester crape, and rayon, which is recycled from wood pulp as the main raw material, is once again attracting attention in the current eco-conscious stream.
You can dry-clean.
The new design "Bird and Flower Chintz" creates a traditional and exotic vibe by its arabesque patterns. Please look at the birds on each of the four corners; they have different expressions. The arabesques and birds are beautifully displayed when wrapped as well as unfolded. It is suitable for a home décor.
5. Silk Chirimen and Silk Uzura Chirimen
Size 45cm/17.7in and 68cm/26.8in
|Silk Uzura Chirimen
Getting back the dignity for Silk Furoshiki
It is not overexaggerate that silk was a king of Furoshiki.
It is, however, less used in these days because people's lifestyles have changed.
Colors that are easier to adopt to the daily occasions are added to get you known its traits and authenticity.
New colors from Silk Chirimen
New colors from Silk Uzura Chirimen
“Chirimen” or Crepe, material has a peculiar unevenness but is fluffy to the touch. The weave has a right twist and then a left twist of two yarns on the woof. It makes an elegant gloss silk and has a deep color. Uzura Chirimen has a dynamic uneven surface by a particular weaving way using a lot of silk threads.
6. Tokolo Musubi | PPP Karakusa Gray
New color "Gray" is added to Tokolo Musubi.
This is a collaboration between MUSUBI and Artist Asao Tokolo. The representative design of Tokolo is PPP (Piecing Pieces Pattern) makes it possible to make design with any combination piece by piece.