WASHI-Fabric -MENS SOCKS 
”もう汗くさいって言わせない!” 気になる臭いとさよなら。byCURETEX


和紙繊維は、1500年の歴史を持つ繊維。キュアテックスはこの和紙繊維を現代の私たちの生活に和紙繊維をエコ素材として蘇られせました。キュアテックスの和紙糸はほかの和紙繊維に比べて細く、柔らかく抗菌・消臭効果に大変優れていることから、宇宙船内被服にも選ばれた素材です。
また、放湿性に優れ、ムレないのでさらりと快適に過ごせます。つまり足独特の臭いともおさらばできるソックスなのです!と自社工場で紡績、天日干しなど職人の手仕事を入れることで、植物が持つ効果・効能を活かした和紙繊維が出来上がります。 これらの特徴に加え、強度と柔軟性のある和紙繊維で糸から製品まで丁寧に生産しています。

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BALI Deep- THE PLACE OF GODS

“Stop thinking,just feel.”

 

Time and space continues to change and the whirl of information grows bigger as it draws us in.Our perception are always leveled through our environment and information,and are symbolizedas communication tools.Globalization became convenient and fast by standardizing our senses in this system of the city.Will there ever be a moment where we will stop thinking,if we continue to parasite in this city? 

 

 

 AWAJI ISLAND BEEF HANDBOOK

淡路島のうまい肉

~自然と人が紡ぐ淡路ビーフ物語~

 

淡路島と言えば思い浮かぶのは、穏やかな瀬戸内の海、降り注ぐ太陽、玉ねぎ、新鮮な魚介類・・・。

京阪神からアクセス便利で豊かな自然と落ち着いた島の雰囲気は絶好のアウトドア・プレイスポットですが東日本の方々にはまだ馴染みが薄いかもしれません。

淡路島はその恵まれた温暖な気候と地形から、食材の宝庫としても有名です。古代に遡れば、朝廷に食料を献上する「御食国」(みけつくに)として重要な役割を果たした土地であることが古事記にも記されています。風光明媚な島は古代から変わらず大自然の中で悠々と私たちに恵みをもたらしてくれています。

この度、兵庫県淡路県民局様からのご依頼で私どもは淡路ビーフのPR冊子制作をさせていただきました。

​「淡路島でビーフ?」そうなんです。実は畜産業も大変盛んな島なのです。さあ、ようこそ淡路島へ!ぜひブログをご覧ください。 MUSE RICETTEブログ

 

 

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HOW CUTE! - JOJO FLIP FLAP

 

What are "JOJO"?

"JOJO" are a new, casual version of the traditional Japanese sandals known as Zori. Zori are formal sandals worn with the Japanese garment Kimono and we wanted to convert this special footwear into something that can be worn casually worldwide.

Made in Japan

"JOJO" are sandals made using traditional Japanese craftsmanship passed down over generations and reflecting Japan's origins.

Kyoto Naito

For more than 100years in Kyoto,Naito a wekk-rstabilished footwear aritsan,has been making traditional sandals which are prastical and beafutiful.

 

  

Bimbi 

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Originally,perception meant“seeing”and“listening”,and to recognize what something is.Seeing“red”is a sense.Seeing “a red apple”is a perception.Seeing a red color is a primitive sense.After seeing a red apple,if one feels“it looks good”or“it looks sour”,it will only come because of our personal perception.Perception can change depending on the individual, but sense is something we all have. 

If we see a crimson twilight sky that we rarely see in the city and we feel“beautiful”,isn’t it a primitive sense that we all humans possess?That moment,you can feel yourself freed from“thinking”and only“feeling”. 

 

We think that it is time to lose that border you have had with your perception,and just“feel”.We hope to recall your primitive senses by making you realize your five senses.We aim to express the primitive senses that we all humans possess, no matter ofboundaries,reces,

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Peace Land 

The scenes I see through a viewfinder of Linhof 617 give me particular impressions as if they are fictitious images fairly different from those in real existence.  Why is it so?  Is it because of the distortion caused by the lens of the viewfinder, or due to the vaguely wavering frame itself?  No, the answer is not something as mechanical as that.

I love seeing such vague scenes coming through the viewfinder.  They are more symbolic, poetic and yet more real than the scenes in actual light.  In the picture projected to my eye, all the sounds that should be there strangely vanish; not a single sound is heard.It takes somewhere between a mere few minutes to less than an hour, but during that time, I find myself immersed in an innocent blissfulness that is beyond description.  Then I print a piece of picture on the emulsion of a film.  Such is the photographing of the series PEACE LAND to me, without any slightest exaggeration.

 

Sometimes, I am even under an illusion that the scene in light cut out in the ratio of 6 to 17, length to width, is not from an actual scene in reality.  Such uncertain existence perceived in the viewfinder is instantly transformed into certain existence on a film.  At that moment, I always encounter the sensation that can be described as a feeling of blissfulness.  To put it another way, it is the feeling of thankfulness for being there at that very moment and of awe and respect toward the scene in light.  It is also respect for my own life as well as for all living things.

 

There is no way of knowing where I, being a certain entity in existence, came from.  However, the one and only soul dwells inside my body and keeps searching for its direction even now.  My soul does not make a sound and remains unseen; and yet, it is soundly alive in real existence, that is, my photograph.

 

All the living things in this world, by the same token, exist under their respective souls.  The moment that I realize that notion repeats, leading me to appreciate the world; and furthermore, this makes me realize that the thing it signifies is love.

I earnestly wish all the living things, with their dignity, would stay equal under the grace of the light we live in.

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Meaning of the Name JOJO

There are many dialects that still reside in various part of Japan.

In particular, daily tools are called by different names depending on the region. The sandal koppori that maiko (apprentice geisha) wear has many names such as okobo, koppo, pokkuri, etc. Zori also is called differently depending on the dialect, and jojo is one of such names. Jojo is a very old word that many Japanese people probably will not recognize. However it is a word you see in the popular children’s song Haruyokoi (1).

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Research has shown that separating the toes improves proprioception - our body's sense of its own position, balance and movement. Toe separation also improves blood circulation to the feet as the toes are able to move freely. The combination of this unique design and the powers of CURETEX Washi fiber bring you this most ideal sock.