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Shuro Fibre Hand Broom


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Made of the natural fibres of Trachycarpus Fortunei, a type of palm tree which has been Japan for thousands of years. Its leaf sheath fibre is resistance to water because of natural oil contained and very supple making it suitable to make ropes, sacks and brushes resulting in both a functional and appealing utensil.


30cm in length

SHURO (Trachycarpus fortune or windmill palm) bark fiber, stainless steel, beech



Wakayama Prefecture produces the "perfect mandarin," and is thus also known as the Kingdom of Fruit. It is located on the Kii Peninsula in the Kansai Region of Japan. The prefecture is known for Mount Koya or Koyasan, a large mountain serving as the headquarters of Shingon Buddhism.

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