Japanese cotton “Tobi Slub” is a richly expressive textile woven with step-dyed slub yarn.
It is a Japanese cotton fabric with a casual atmosphere.
Usually, padded hanten has a Japanese atmosphere, but this hanten of Tobi slub fabric has a neutral impression.
This textile is popular among both men and women of all ages.
Fabric (inner/outer) : Cotton 100%
Filling : Cotton 80%, Polyester 20% Washable at home
One size only
Two side pockets
Hanten and Yakko are seasonal item. These are available in autumn and winter in Japan.
Female model : Height 5.1 feet (157cm) Male model : Height 5.7 feet (173 cm)
Neck part is hand stitched
All sizes and weights are approximate.
This item is produced by Miyata Orimono
One weave, one stitch, with love.
Miyata Orimono was founded in 1913 in Chikugo City, Fukuoka Prefecture, the home of Kurume Kasuri textile.
Miyata Orimono conducts everything from fabric weaving to design and sewing in-house.
The company celebrated the 100th anniversary of its founding in April 2013, and continues to work hard at "Japanese way of manufacturing" today.
Thinking of the smiling faces of our customers who wear our products.
How to care hanten (padded clothes)
Hanten has cotton filling like futons, it get fluffy by sun and doesn't like humidity.
About once every two to three weeks, turn it inside out and dry it in the sun for about one to two hours.
This will make it fluffy again. This will also prevent the cotton fibers from breaking.
What should I do if the fiber of the cotton filling comes out?
Use scissors to cut the fibers that appear on the surface, and pull only the outer fabric by hand to separate it from the cotton inside. Since we use high quality long-fiber cotton, there are rare cases where the cotton may come to the surface due to rubbing when worn.
Wash it once in every season. First, check the quality label and washing instructions on the product.
Fold it softly and wash it by hand (push-wash).
If you want to spin dry in the washing machine, fold it neatly and put it in a laundry net, the shorter spinning time is preferred.
Stretch out the wrinkles and hang them out to dry, avoiding direct sunlight.