Hanafukin Kitchen Towel
Nara's traditional craft "Kayaori" is a thin fabric of Kaya which is introduced to Nara 1700. It is woven loosely to allow only wind go through but not mosquitoes.
To make the best use of this well-ventilated fabric that has a feature of quick dry, Nakagawa made a kitchen cloth. It is large enough to wrap big dishes, and also thin enough to absorb moisture even in the hard place to be wiped up. Sewing carefully one by one, it is finished tough and not easily frayed. The more you wash, the softer it gets. Kayaori Fukin will be handy as you use.
material | 100% cotton / mosquito net fabric 2 sheets
size | 58 x58 cm
made in Japan
Good Design Award winning product 2008