mitsou : kaya kitchen cloth
These high quality cloths are made with kaya netting cotton, a traditional Japanese textile reinforced with natural glue- they become extremely absorbent and fast drying once washed. With a charming hand-lettered graphic designed by illustrator Mariko Okumura, you'll have fun spotting different kitchen ingredients hidden in the text.
These suit any cleansing application - use yours in the kitchen, bathroom, or for drying hands on the go.
made in Japan
colour : chalk and lapis
materials : 100% cotton outer, 100% rayon inner
• length 30cm
• width 30cm
washing & care : this fine, net-like textile is woven from pure cotton and stiffened with natural plant starches for presentation. You can expect its texture to become incredibly soft and waffle-ish with wear and washing, as shown in the last picture. Kaya can be machine washed in cold water on a gentle cycle (a laundry bag will help prevent snags) but should not be tumble dried.