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Yamani Kaya Kiji Fukin Kitchen Towel

Woven in Nara prefecture and embroidered and printed in Wakayama prefecture, these kitchen towels are made of versatile Kaya cloth—traditionally used as mosquito netting in Japan since the 18th century. Porous, absorbent (x 1.3 that of normal cotton), fast-drying, and durable.

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Woven in Nara prefecture and embroidered and printed in Wakayama prefecture, these kitchen towels are made of versatile Kaya cloth—traditionally used as mosquito netting in Japan since the 18th century. Porous, absorbent (x 1.3 that of normal cotton), fast-drying, and durable.

Details

1 cloths per pack.


100% cotton and 100% rayon backside.


Product of Japan.

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