It is the season of light shining on all the greenery.
We are pleased to announce that Garabou sweater and early fall colored garments will arrive on on Saturday, July 8.
Garabou is a spinning machine developed at the end of the 19th century by Tatsumune Gaun, a former monk and inventor. It uses fallen cotton to spin yarns like hand-spun ones. Sweaters knitted with the rustic taste of garabou yarn have a textured feel and are everlasting and comfortable to wear. A piece-dyed collection for basic everyday wear is also available. Colors; Orange jade, Dark sumi, and Nirvana soil dyed in Amami-Oshima. Photos; Silk twill MM dress, Cotton paper voile doll shirt and tattsuke , and Cotton silk typewriter farmer dress.
We look forward to your visit.