Shirayuki Towel

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Shirayuki Towels

Shirayuki Towels

Shirayuki towels that only get better over time, can’t say that about many things. These beautiful towels are made from fabric used to make mosquito nets, also called “kaya”. They make lovely hand, dish, wash cloths and best of all wonderful gifts . They can be found at a shop called UGUiSU, a great go-to for all things unique. We’ve mentioned the paper balloons from UGUiSU but they’ve got such an amazing assortment of Japanese goods, like washi masking tape, origami paper sets and all other kinds of bits and baubles, so it’s definitely worth another shout-out.

Shirayuki Towel

Shirayuki Towel

Photos: UGUiSU

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