70% Cotton 30% Plant fiber (Hemp) 30%
Material & Production (Japan)
Hemp fibers have been popular with Japanese people since ancient times
However, after the Second World War, domestic cultivation was restricted and because hemp fiber was said to be unsuitable for spinning, so it has missed industrialization
"Mai Ayashi majotae" is a fabric maker that has revived the "cloth which the Japanese forgot".
This time we made our own rope dyeing yarn blended cotton and hemp, developed with a shuttle loom, a denim material of Maiyu Omo.
All the processes of spinning, dyeing and weaving are done in Japan.