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Gauze Pile Hybrid Bath Towel ("Asa-no-ha" motif)

Gauze Pile Hybrid Bath Towel ("Asa-no-ha" motif)

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Discover our Soft Gauze Bath Towel! This versatile gauze item is perfect for various occasions such as after bath time, as a swaddle substitute, during nap time, or while on the go. It's a must-have for preparing for childbirth, baby showers, or as a thoughtful gift.


    - With gauze on one side and terry cloth on the other, this towel provides a delightful touch, making it perfect for post-bath relaxation.
    - Its square shape makes it easy to wrap your baby.
    - Made with yarn that retains its softness and avoids becoming stiff even after washing, thanks to its unique thread properties.
    - It meets the highest standards of "Imabari Towel" in Japan, ensuring excellent absorbency and safety.

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    - Crafted from carefully selected premium yarns with consistent fiber length, ensuring both softness and durability.
    - Meets the highest standards of "Imabari Towel" in Japan, guaranteeing exceptional absorbency and safety.
    - Features a high-density weave, providing effective UV protection with a UV blocking rate of over 90%.

    【About the "asa-no-ha" motif】

    In its essence, "asa-no-ha" (麻の葉) embodies the concept of "hemp leaves." This motif, resembling stars or hexagons, draws inspiration from the robust hemp plant, known for its rapid and upright growth. Consequently, it becomes a symbol of vitality, resilience, and auspicious growth. Furthermore, hemp possesses natural insect-repelling properties, adding a sanitizing element to its symbolism. Hence, it finds frequent application in the realm of baby and children's attire, serving as a harbinger of robust health and development. Historically, traces of this motif can be found adorning the attire of Buddhist sculptures during the 13th and 14th centuries. However, its true ascent to prominence occurred during Japan's Edo period (1603-1867). Here, Asanoha flourished, adorning various prints and notably gracing the fabric of women's kimonos. Across millennia, hemp has remained a cornerstone of Japanese culture, utilized extensively in the crafting of tools and garments alike.


    - Cotton 100%

    Country of origin

    - Japan

    Care Instructions

    - Machine wash cold, line dry


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