SLOW MADE IN JAPAN
An organic cotton towel slowly woven on the traditional vintage Toyoda looms in Imabari, Japan. This artisanal process involves a low speed weaving method that maintains the integrity of the thread and creates a softness that modern machines cannot match.
Each towel has a soft and absorbent terrycloth pile back and a cotton weave front with a simple graph pattern and handy hanging loop. They are dyed naturally using bamboo charcoal, coffee and black tea to create beautiful neutral shades and to maintain softness. Lightweight, absorbent and compact, these towels are ideal for using everyday, for travel and are easy to store.
Kontex has been handcrafting towels in Imabari, Japan since 1934. Towel-making has been a specialty in this region for over 200 years and the area is responsible for producing approximately 60% of Japan’s towels. They have a meaningful cultural significance in Japan, symbolising civility and cleanliness.
Material: 98% organic cotton, 2% linen.
Face towel 33cm x 33cm.
Origin: Imabari, Japan.
Care: Machine warm wash with similar colours. Hang dry or tumble dry at a low heat. Do not dry clean.