COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world around us. To prevent the spread, various national governments promote “the new normal”, such as maintain social distancing, hand washing etc.. Wearing the mask is one of the new normal to prevent droplet infection. Also wear it in public is becoming common manners.
Under these circumstances, Kyoto Nishijin-ori Textile traditional craftsmen collaborated with ShuShuKen Inc. to develop a new product, which called “WANOMASKS”.
It is made by silk Nishijin-Ori textile and various Japanese traditional KIMONO designs are used. Even do not wear Japanese KIMONO, it matches any style...casual wear to formal wear.
The material of silk is excellent in air permeability and comfortable to wear. Also an antibiotic face mask case is attached. Please enjoy wearing our luxurious and sophisticated face mask.
Meaning of "WA和"
The Kanji Character "和Wa" is a Japanese cultural concept usually translated into English as "harmony". Japanese food called "WASHOKU和食 or Japanese cuisine," is a one of famous example, because of it has been honoured by Unesco in 2013.
Why don't you go out with a 100% fine silk mask?
Traditional Japanese Fabric
Kyoto Nishijin Textile
Nishijin Textiles often known as "Omeshi".The outer fabric of mask is 100% silk and the inner fabric of mask is 100% cotton, and only natural materials are used, so even people with sensitive skin can use it with confidence. "Omeshi" is a generic name for historic textiles worn by the emperor and aristocrats since ancient times.
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品質表示/ Quality Display
表生地：絹100％ Outer Silk：100%
裏地：綿100% Inner Cotton： 100%
Due to hygiene and quality reasons, we do not accept any returns or exchanges.
This product does not peform functions of dust mask or gas mask.
We are using high quality silk and fine cotton gauze , however, in the case reactions such as stinging and rash on the skin occur, or feel discomfort, do not continue use and consult a doctor.
This is hand washable product, For details, please refer to our instruction "How to wash WANOMASKS"