Established 1962 years ago, Nishijin-ori Textile's traditional Japanese processing technology (cut and twisted yarn) has been used in modern apparel and interior materials to protect Japanese technology and challenge new yarn making. The production area of this product, Kiryu in Otsu City, has a history of producing Ganpishi (rice paper) since the Edo era. There were 17 paper mills in the Taisho period. Along with this historical land of paper, the company has long been involved in the production of foil stamping and twisting, which is a representative of traditional Japanese culture and is the material of gold and silver thread for kimono sash. In recent years, the company has been expanding mainly in the slitter business. Recently, the Japanese culture boom seems to be spreading all over the world including Europe and the United States, but amid this upheaval, I think it is time for Japanese people to review Japanese culture and switch on their DNA.
[Main features of Japanese paper towel]
Washi (Japanese traditional paper) has been used as oil blotting paper for makeup for a long time. It effectively removes excess oil and waste products from the skin. The Japanese paper towel that makes use of this feature removes dirt well without using soap, and washes your skin clean. Because the oil removal effect of Japanese paper reduces the amount of soap used, even those with sensitive skin due to allergies can use it with confidence. The Japanese paper towel is light but voluminous. The unevenness of the surface gently stimulates the skin, and it has the effect of scrubbing and appropriate massage effect. The processing of Japanese paper towels is done and they have excellent water resistance has excellent water resistance and quick-drying characteristic of Japanese paper.
[Comments from customers]
- I was wondering what a Japanese paper towel is like, but it doesn't hurt like a nylon towel and feels very good. I feel my skin is moist.
- My skin is very sensitive and it usually hurts with a body towel, but this Japanese paper is good. It feels good when you use it and makes you want to use it again.
- I thought the Japanese paper towel would tear easily, but it's strong. It can't be torn and I've been using it for half a year, but I'm impressed. When it gets wet, it becomes moderately soft and gives a moderate stimulus to the skin. This feeling of use is the best.
- That towel is very comfortable. I always bring it when I go on a business trip.
- This feeling of use and texture is awesome!
Australia has a higher awareness of health thinking than Japan. We want you to use this Japanese paper towel. Thanks to you, the popularity is rising! This is a Japanese paper towel that is gentle to your skin! Also great as a gift!
"Washi Towel" is a towel made of Japanese paper woven into a pile that is gentle to the skin. Japanese paper made from conifer wood is cut into 4 mm and twisted into a towel. The more you use it, the softer it becomes. Japanese handmade Japanese paper technology has a history of 1000 years. You can experience the machine-made Japanese paper technology made from modern technological innovation with this towel. It is also popular among people with sensitive skin.
■ Product Name : Body Towel 3 Piece Set
■ Manufacturer name : Furukawa Yosuke Shoten Co., Ltd.
■ Country of origin / region : Japan
■ Size : (230 mm wide x 900 mm deep)
■ Material : Japanese Paper 70% Cotton 30%
■ Usage : Please use with soap or body shampoo in the bath.
■ If it feels hard at first, use the back (cotton). When it becomes soft to some extent, use the front (Japanese paper).