Japanese paper 100% pants HEALTH

100 % Japanese paper fabric that I announced the other day.

These days, it is sometimes included in a mixed ratio, and I think that you may see products made of Japanese paper little by little, but this time, this fabric is Japanese paper made about 30 years ago.

It means dead stock.


100% Japanese paper, so both warp and weft are Japanese paper.

White Japanese paper threads are arranged in the vertical direction, and black Japanese paper threads are arranged in the horizontal direction.

Unlike other fibers, when it becomes thread, it has a slightly planar or flat impression.

Due to the characteristics of the fiber called Japanese paper, I think that everyone is concerned about the durability against water, but there is no problem at all.

You can wash it without worrying about anything, and it dries very quickly.

I realized. again.

First of all, I tried wearing it myself and washed it about 10 times. Then, there was no such thing as "shrinking" or "melting", which was a concern.

At first, I washed my hands to see the moment I approached the water, and then dived into the washing machine.

After you wash it, it will swell.

The lightness of the fabric itself and the drape that tries to fall down are the same, but everyone might like it after washing. perhaps.

This is the state of the new thread. It gives the impression that the fibers are solidly stuck together.

By the way, in the previous blog, I said "not twisted", but strictly speaking, it is twisted.

I thought it would be easier to understand when compared to threads of other fibers.

All of these fibers cannot be made into thread unless they are twisted.

But rather than saying "twisted", it might be better to say "twisted". This Japanese paper thread is

This is what the thread looks like after 10 washes.

Looking at each thread individually, there is almost no change in the condition, but there is a little fluffiness and fluffiness.

One of the characteristics of Japanese paper is that when it is twisted, the fibers stick to each other and form a thread.

So, when I magnify it, some fluff has come out after washing, so it feels like it's puffed up as a whole.

But with the naked eye, this fluff is almost invisible.

For some reason, did my pants get fluffy? I think you will feel like.

Even if you zoom in on the fabric, it doesn't look much different than new.

This is after 10 washes.

This is in new condition.

I think that the unique lightness, hygroscopicity, and breathability of Japanese paper fibers are very suitable for Japanese summer.

That's why I think it's best if you don't worry about anything and get heavy use anyway.

This time, it is based on EASY PANTS#3, which has not been developed in our store so far.

Easy specifications with belt loops.

Front zipper fly type.

It also features a drawcord inside.

And the pocket bag cloth is also a rare dead stock specification.

It's twill weave white, but it's a mysterious rarity with a tennis racket and tennis ball in the weave pattern.

No one in our shop has roots in tennis, but we found something interesting, so we adopted it.

As for the shape of the pants, there is no tuck in the front, and the type that falls down thickly.

The length is set to fit one cushion.

You can wear it with the hem tucked in, but since it's a light fabric, you might want to roll it up to make it more light when wearing sandals.

And here's what I'm washing.

I usually wear 2 rolls.

It's been really nice with the hot weather here lately. It lets in wind, doesn't get sticky even when you sweat, and above all, feels great on the skin.

And it's pretty strong against repeated washing.

I used to wash it after wearing it, just like innerwear.

Considering that, it may be super practical pants in the summer.

Luster that reflects light unique to Japanese paper.

A string of Japanese paper spouted out from the belt loop, but I thought it was a good miscalculation and left it as it was.

As an image, I wonder if there will be natural wrinkles similar to linen.

For those who don't like wrinkles that are unique to natural fibers, this may not be a good point, but I would be happy if you could accept it as a unique point unique to Japanese paper.

I think it will become even stronger by wearing it further from here.

As a final landing point, it would be nice if it became a shaky dero dero.

Well, in the summer, it's best to wear it anyway and wash it.

This time, the size is 3 sizes of SML.

The price is ¥23,000-(+tax).

With this, the entire lineup of CASANOVA&Co.'s 2020SS season is FINISH.

From today, it will be released simultaneously in stores and online. If you like it, please take a look.

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