Many shellfish live in the sea of Okinawa, and people of Okinawa have used it as food, vessels, and magical items for amulets since ancient times. In the modern era, Takara Guy was exported to China as a material for shell coins, Mussel was used as a material for Raden lacquerware, and Takasegai as a raw material for buttons. We treated such gifts from the sea.
[Organic Cotton (80%) + Organic Kapok (20%) T-shirt]
Kaisou Organic Cotton + Organic Kapok T-shirt uses 100% cotton cultivated by organic farming without using pesticides or chemicals, and does not use pesticides or chemicals in all processes such as dyeing, spinning and sewing. Not used
[Characteristics of T-shirts and how to care for them]
-Due to the characteristics of organic cotton, shrinkage due to washing will occur compared to ordinary cotton products. (Shrinks about 1 cm vertically and horizontally.)
・ When using a washing machine, we recommend using a laundry net to prevent it from losing its shape.
-Due to the characteristics of the material, the product may skew due to wear or handling. It will recover to some extent if you lightly iron it after adjusting the shape.