This is the linen you've never known.
Extraordinary quality linen from northern France and woven in Japan.
I declare that this is the best linen of linens I've met.
We can't imagine that how much effort a craftsman needs to weave linen that is so uneven fiber that it's hard to weave it.
However, I'm afraid that this linen is dying for two reasons; first of all, linen is getting more expensive because of the relationship between supply and demand, and second of all, there is no one who follows in the craftsman's' footsteps.
I can't bare to see that happen!
I think all I can do, even thought I just run a teeny tainy small company, is that I'll sell a lot of clothes we made from the special linen and buy as many rolls of the linen as possible. There is no time to lose, so I lent a lot of money from the bank to get the fabric a lot first.
Those places need respect and financial help. I want to show a lot of people how beautiful this material is and get them more interested in who is making the clothes.
My goal is to make workplaces for craftsmen more sustainable.
I just hope that the situation will change for the better.
Why don't we think about this with our premium linen?