This handy mitten is lightly textured to exfoliate and revitalize skin in the shower. Made from all-natural Sasawashi fabric, one side features a terry pile for thorough exfoliation while the back is made of smooth, tightly-woven fibers for quick drying. this cleansing essential contains absorbent washi and deodorizing Kumazasa plant fibers that prevent mildew growth and fiber breakage. The Sasawashi Body Scrub Mitt can be used daily with or without soap, and features a corner accent loop to hang dry after use.
Sasawashi was founded as a reaction to the wastefulness and ephemeral lifespan of the textile industry. Made from absorbent washi (Japanese paper) threads infused with antibacterial Kumazasa plant fibers, this innovative fabric contains natural deodorizing properties that prevent mildew growth and fiber deterioration. From room shoes to scrub towels, every piece in the Sasawashi collection stays true to its founding principles: comfort, longevity, and simplicity.
Materials: Sasawashi fabric, cotton piping.
Dimensions: Width: 5” Length: 8”
Care: Machine wash in a net with similar colors. Do not bleach or tumble dry.
With a pleasant, padded texture, this tactile bathmat is inspired by the beauty of a Japanese bamboo thicket. Made from 100% cotton, its highly absorbent fibers are quick-drying and soak up water from the bath in minutes.
Materials: 100% Cotton
Dimensions: Width: 20” Length: 29”
Care: Machine wash with cold water and a mild detergent. Avoid using bleach or fabric softeners. Hang dry or tumble dry low.
Taking its name from the Japanese word for “bubble wrap,” the Puchi Puchi towel features a raised polka dot texture on its surface. This playful style is made from 100% cotton that absorbs water in seconds and feels great against your skin. Compact and made with little loops of cotton terry pile, the Puchi Puchi collection is the perfect mix of Japanese and Western towel styles.
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.
Learn about how Japanese towels are made on our Journal.
Materials: 100% Cotton
Care: Machine wash with cold water and mild detergent. No bleach or fabric softeners. Hang or tumble dry low.
|Bath Towel (L)||24¾” x 49”|
|Hand Towel (M)||13¾” x 31½”|
|Washcloth (S)||13¾” x 13¾”|
Perfectly proportioned for small meals, the Tainetsu Milk Pan can be used at a moment’s notice to warm up a bowl of soup, simmer sauces, or make a cup of hot chocolate. This versatile milk pan is made from heat-resistant earthenware for easy stovetop cooking and serving over a trivet. Designed in the timeless Banko Yaki style, the Tainetsu Milk Pan features a spout for precise pouring.
About Banko Yaki
Banko-Yaki is a Japanese ceramic technique local to the Mie Prefecture that embodies ideals of eternity and constancy. Dating back to the 18th century, banko-yaki ceramics offer unique heat resistance and a beautiful, almost primitive composition. These handmade pieces continue to honor an ancient art in a modern world by reshaping tradition to fit the needs of the future.
Materials: clay, wooden handle
Dimensions: Height: 4" Width: 6" Depth: 10"
Care: This milk pan is oven, non-induction stovetop, microwave, and dishwasher safe, but we recommend hand-washing and drying thoroughly after use.