Friday, March 19, 2010
Beautiful Japanese Towels "Shirayuki Fukin"
I am VERY happy to announce that now the beautiful Japanese dishcloth/towel "shirayuki fukin" is officially a part of the main items at UGUiSU! The shirayuki fukin dishcloth is really marvelous once I started using it I cannot use anything else and they have been my favourite for a long time. I would love many people to actually try and feel why Shirayuki fukin is so wonderful so I'm having a special trial sale for all Shirayuki items - 10% OFF!! So please take this chance and try!
See the whole range HERE.
What is Shirayuki Fukin??
"Shirayuki-fukin" literally means "white snow towels" and they are VERY popular in Japan. They come from Nara, an ancient capital city of Ja
pan near Kyoto, and they are made of a fabric that was once woven into mosquito nets called "kaya". These cloths are very soft, durable and absorbent and are perfect for using as dish cloths and wash/hand towels. Over time, the cloths become really soft and supple, and eventually they make great rags.
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