Moku Light Towel
The Moku Light Towel is woven with 100% cotton and is one of our most compact and multipurpose styles. Powerfully absorbent and quick-drying, it performs like a towel twice its size and comes in a wide range of colors. The compact design and corner hanging tab make it an ideal choice for homes and kitchens with limited shelf space.
About Japanese Towels
Japanese towels are known as some of the most absorbent towels in the world. Traditionally compact and lightweight, their functional design is perfect for travel, daily use, and easy storage. Our slow-loomed towels are made the traditional way in Imabari, where towel-making has been the regional specialty for over 200 years. Soft and comforting, each towel pampers your skin as gently as a plush blanket.
Materials: 100% Cotton
Dimensions: See sizing chart
Care: Machine wash with cold water and mild detergent. No bleach or fabric softeners. Hang or tumble dry low.
Moku Washcloth (S)
11.25" L x 11.25" W
Moku Hand Towel (M)
42" L x 12.5" W
Moku Bath Towel (L)
49.5" L x 23.5" W
Brass Push Pins
True style lies in the details. This handy box of 40 brass push pins lends an unexpected touch of polish to everyday notes and reminders. Each pushpin has a smooth flat head with a lustrous brass finish that suits any home office.
Pack includes 40 pieces.
Materials: Brass-Plated Nickel
Dimensions: Box Length: 2.5” Box Width: 1.5”
Brass Paper Clips
A delightful box of small paperclips to keep important notes and papers close by. The non-skid finish and triangle shape of these clips helps to keep papers in neat stacks, and adds a touch of polish to your office desk.
Packed by weight - Approximately 70 paper clips per package
Materials: brass plated nickel
Dimensions: Long - Length: 1¼"
Short - Length: ¾"
Takada Shuro Scrub Brush
Shuro Tawashi are traditional cleaning brushes that are made from the bark of the windmill palm tree, a plant that has grown naturally in the Kishu region of Japan for centuries. This natural and eco-friendly scrubber is domestically produced utilizing native Japanese plants, as opposed to synthetic materials and foreign imports. Because tawashi are made from soft and flexible plant fibers, they are not likely to scratch or damage surfaces.
Shuro Tawashi can be used for washing dishes and ceramics, cleaning vegetables, spot cleaning clothes, and personal exfoliation.
Takeda Kozo Shoten was established in 1948 as a processor and manufacturer of windmill palm tree products. The windmill palm tree is a tall, evergreen palm, with bark that is resistant to rotting, rich in elasticity, and highly resistant to water. Since the Edo period, the tree has been an important staple of the Kishu region in Wakayama. Many people cultivate and harvest the tree, and the Kishu-produced bark is so precious and useful that the people who carried it on their back for sale would even run into bandits on the mountain paths who tried to steal their profits. Third generation sales manager Daisuke Takada felt that the people in the region were responsible for remedying the situation. He found a craftsman who understood the old methods, asking for help. After 7 years, the company began selling Shuru Tawashi (windmill palm tree scrubbing brush) using the high quality, domestically sourced palm bark from Kishu.
Materials: SHURO (Trachycarpus fortune), Metal wire
S - 3.5” L x 2.56” W x 1.38” H
M - 3.94” L x 3.5” W x 1.77” H
L - 5.12” L x 3.35” W x 1.77” H
Care: Allow to dry between uses.
MT Washi Tape - Grid
From sealing a lunch bag to wrapping a special gift, the world of washi tape is a playground for the creative mind. Washi tape is made from translucent Japanese rice paper and comes in an endless spectrum of colors and patterns. It features a gentle adhesive, making it easy to stick on and tear off without damaging any surfaces. Its soft, tactile texture and colorful prints are perfect for craft projects- use it to customize and decorate notebooks, letters, labels, packages, and even your walls!
About MT Washi Tape
Washi tape was invented by MT, a 100-year-old company specializing in paper adhesives. In 2006, the company received notice that three women in Tokyo had been using their utility tapes to make beautiful craft projects. Inspired by their creativity, MT invited the women to tour the factory and began developing an entirely new type of colorful, adaptable tape that could be used for creative projects. Today, washi tape comes in thousands of colors, prints, and designs, and has a cult following among crafters and stationery aficionados throughout the world.
Materials: Washi Paper
Dimensions: Diameter: 1/2"