Strong and absorbent six-layered Japanese dishcloths, known to become softer with use. The printed dishcloths combined five layers of rayon with a top layer of cotton. Using traditional Japanese printing technology, different colourful and traditional designs are printed on them. It is a dishcloth that brightens up the workspace.
- Material: 100% rayon (5 layers) + 100% cotton (1 layer)
- Size: 35 x 40cm
- Layers: Six-layered
The printed dishcloths are available in four designs:
- Black Cat
- Japanese Bush Clover
- Wave Pattern (Grey - traditional kimono design)
Washing and care instructions are included in English on the package.
Maruyama Fiber Industry Co. Ltd was founded in Nara, Japan in 1930. It started as a company making traditional mosquito nets woven from cotton and hemp. Over the years the company adapted its traditional weaving technologies to produce a wide range of eco cloths for the home - from kitchen to bathroom to daily exercise spaces. The combination of knowledge and an appetite for innovation has meant cloths and towels that are absorbent, quick-drying, stylish, remains soft and is durable.
The name Nawrap signifies both the origin of Nara and the cloth.