S A M U E

Traditionell aus Baumwolle oder Leinen gemacht und mit Indigo oder Schlamm gefärbt, wird  Samue von Mönchen während der alltäglichen Arbeit und Übung (= Samu) getragen. In der modernen Zeit wurde Samue so beliebt als Freizeitkleidung

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Hanafukin

Hanafukin is an original item produced by Nakagawa Masashichi Shoten, whose history dates back to 1800s starting as a linen weaver. Originally they were producing 'Kaya' which is Japanese term for

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Imabari Towel

Imabari is a city located in Ehime prefecture and the towels produced in Imabari is well known as high quality towels in Japan. Before being allowed to put on the product the certification as an authorised Imabarai towel, the towel must pass a series of quality test, for example, it is put in water and have to sink within 5 seconds.

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Japanese food in Zurich

Shinwazen is a little hidden shop located in district 4 to offer Japanese ingredient and kitchen items. To cook authentic Japanese dishes at home, this shop is highly recommended. 

They import foods only from organic farmers and producers in Japan. From Soya source to Soba 

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