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Linen Kitchen Towel - Pink Plaid

$45

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A kitchen towel made of 100% linen designed to soften over time with use. At first somewhat stiff, with handling the linen will become more supple.

Details

53 x 58cm

100% linen 

Care instructions

Cold Machine Wash
Mild Detergent
Do Not Use Fabric Softener
Do Not Bleach
Do Not Tumble Dry
Wash Separately
Line Dry in Shade

Story

Tenjin factory has been weaving linen fabrics on classic shuttle looms for many years.Their workshop creates flexible and comfortable linens by mount fuji, Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan.

Tenjin’s special linen items are created for daily life. They weave fabrics and make each blanket, tea towel and bag  with comfort and practicality in mind.

The Tenjin Factory is located at an altitude of 700m, by the Mount Fuji. It’s an area blessed with snowmelt water from Mt. Fuji and beautiful crisp air. It is a traditional textile production area that has been renowned for the lining of Japanese clothing such as haori since ancient times. Tenjin Factory have taken this traditional method and used it to design modern home goods.

Origin

Japan
Japan

Fujiyoshida is a city located in Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan and lies at the northern base of Mount Fuji. The city is also located between two of the Fuji Five Lakes. The Katsura River flows through the eastern part of the city.

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