Silk is known as It is called the "Queen of Natural Fibers" because it has better hygroscopic, water-absorbing, and moisture-distributing properties than other natural fibers such as cotton and linen. for the special properties of the fabric A special process is used to create silk that is washable (=difficult to shrink even after washing) with a thick texture and excellent texture.
● Sustainability: Silk, which is animal fiber, can be produced in a biomass recycling cycle. We brought the raw materials Eri silk (produced in Thailand) and mulberry silk (produced in China).
We offer two types of silk:
[Eri silk] ・Silkworms are generally separated into local silkworms called "mulberry silk", which have a shiny luster used to make neckties, and "wild silkworms" called "wild silk", with "Eri silk" being one of them. Wild silkworm" ・Has a soft, fluffy texture and a gentle shine. ・There are many holes inside the fibers. So it's light and absorbs water well. and soft touch ・Has a high UV Cut rate and also protects against bacteria which is a hallmark of "wild silkworms".
[Mulberry silk] General silk with the highest production and sales volume Grows by eating mulberry leaves.