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These hard-working cotton and linen slippers are designed to be washed in the washing machine and still retain their shape.

The inner core, which does not lose its shape even after a spin cycle, uses low-resilience soft material, which in combination with the high cut of the slippers, will keep your feet feeling comfortable as if they were wrapped in a cocoon.

Here are some of the reviews we borrowed from the manufacturer’s website:

“The slippers stay dry when it’s hot, and warm when it’s cold. It looks like they can be used all year round without getting stuffy or cold.”


About the makers:

Nakagawa Masashichi Shoten was established way back in 1716 in Nara as the manufacturer and seller of a fabric known as Nara Sarashi. Made using hemp fibers, at the time, it was mainly used for making samurai’s kamishimo and monk’s robes. With the disappearance of samurai due to the Meiji Restoration, the biggest source of demand was lost and thus started the decline in demand for the Nara Sarashi cloth. It was Masashichi Nakagawa, the ninth-generation owner, who decided to branch out into other types of goods to save the company. In 1898 the company started making bath towels and baby clothes. Then linen napkins and tea towels. The owners also opened wholesale manufacturing, producing goods for other companies. Throughout its history, the brand’s focus stayed on artisanal craftsmanship and dedication to the material – hemp. Today, Nakagawa Masashichi Shoten is spearheading the movement to preserve and revive traditional Japanese crafts, working with artisans from across Japan.


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