Matsusaka cotton is a cotton fabric that continues from the Edo era(about 150 years ago) and has been designated as a traditional craft from Mie prefecture.
Roots is because this place was one of the leading spinning centers in Japan.
During the Edo period the land prospered greatly as a town of merchants.
It is said that merchants who mainly dealt with this fabric set up stores in Edo(Tokyo) at first and raised tremendous sales of more than 500,000 rolls(6,000,000m) annually. (Half of the population of Edo at the time)
Matsusaka cotton is the biggest feature of anything, is not it now that you are continuing a natural indigo dye that has decreased in Japan.
The grid pattern is very beautiful in shades of indigo dyeing.
This fabric is already washed. It's natural indigo dye, migration may occur due to strong friction.
The width of the fabric
The thickness of the fabric
Since it slightly get discolored due to the friction of the water, please do not rinse it with others materials. Please shape the fabric up when drying.
Note:It will be sold at meteres unit(1m=1.09yd). If you select 1 from pulldown menu, It's 1 meter long.
After you add the item to the cart, the screen will transition to a pulldown menu where you can select the quantity.