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001_KYOTO TSURIZOME SILK

Kyoto Hanging Dyeing" is a dyeing method used at a dyeing factory with a history of more than 200 years, which has been engaged in dyeing Imperial household goods as a dyer in Nishijin, Kyoto for generations.

The fabric is then rolled into a cylindrical shape (whirlpool) and slowly dyed while being soaked in a bathtub, up and down, so that the fabrics do not rub against each other.

This dyeing process causes the material to stretch, which gives the fabric its "bend" when made into a finished product.
This is ATON's original dyeing technique.

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002_HEMP SUEDE

This suede material is slowly woven in Kakegawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture, using hemp fiber that requires no chemical fertilizers or pesticides.

The raised hemp material gives it a real suede-like luster and feel, and its superior antibacterial and deodorant properties make it an environmentally friendly ATON original material.

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003_RECYCLE FRESCA

This knit product is knitted in Mitsuke City, Niigata Prefecture, using high-twist yarn made from Indian extra-long staple cotton.

A special process at the spinning stage gives the yarns a slightly rough look and beautiful coloring.

ATON's original yarn features excellent water absorbency and quick-drying properties due to the high-twist yarn, as well as a glossy feel and a good drape.

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004_60 FRESCA

This material is knitted in high gauge in Wakayama City from high-twisted Indian super-long-staple cotton yarns.

A special process at the spinning stage gives it a very beautiful surface texture and coloring.

The fine count high-twisted yarn gives this ATON original yarn a moderate transparency, sheen, and drape, and it is dry to the touch with excellent water absorbency and quick-drying properties, as well as being hard to wrinkle after washing.

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005_MICRO SHRINK LAWN

This material is made of American Supima cotton (compact) yarn, slowly and carefully woven in Shizuoka Prefecture.

Unlike ordinary lowne fabrics, the density is made sweet to the limit, and the density is increased in the finishing process, resulting in elongation in the warp and weft, lightness, fullness, and softness.

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006_KYOTO TSURIZOME LINEN

Kyoto Hanging Dyeing" is a dyeing method used at a dyeing factory with a history of more than 200 years, which has been engaged in dyeing Imperial household goods as a dyer in Nishijin, Kyoto for generations.

The fabric is then rolled into a cylindrical shape (whirlpool) and slowly dyed while being soaked in a bathtub, up and down, so that the fabrics do not rub against each other.

This dyeing process causes the material to stretch, which gives the fabric its "bend" when made into a finished product.
This is ATON's original dyeing technique.

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007_MICRO COTTON SATIN

This material is made of American Supima cotton (compact) yarn, slowly and carefully woven in Shizuoka Prefecture.

Unlike ordinary cotton satin fabrics, EIGHTON's original material has lightness, fullness, softness, and luster by sweetening the density to the limit and dyeing the fabric.

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008_HEAVY HEMP

This eco-friendly material is made of hemp fiber, which does not require chemical fertilizers or pesticides, and is woven by a stretch specialist in Como, Italy.

By interweaving the firmness of hemp with the softness of stretch, this eco-friendly hemp stretch fabric has a unique tailored feel, a hemp-specific luster, and excellent antibacterial and deodorant properties.

GRAY is ATON's original color, which has the original depth of fiber without bleaching or other bleaching processes.

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009_KYOTO TSURIZOME COTTON

Kyoto Hanging Dyeing" is a dyeing method used at a dyeing factory with a history of more than 200 years, which has been engaged in dyeing Imperial household goods as a dyer in Nishijin, Kyoto for generations.

The fabric is then rolled into a cylindrical shape (whirlpool) and slowly dyed while being soaked in a bathtub, up and down, so that the fabrics do not rub against each other.

This dyeing process causes the material to stretch, which gives the fabric its "bend" when made into a finished product.
This is ATON's original dyeing technique.

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010_WOOL WASHI TROPICAL

This material is slowly woven in Hashima City from SURPER'160 wool on the warp and Mino Washi yarns on the weft.

It is an ATON original material characterized by the soft wool texture and the wrinkled look that does not appear in other materials, which combines not only the firmness characteristic of Japanese paper but also the lightness from the efficacy and the comfort in all seasons (it breathes).

What is Mino Washi?
It has been handed down for more than 1,300 years in the Mino region along the clear Nagara River, and is a traditional Japanese paper of such high quality that it is even used in documents preserved in the Shosoin.
Its main raw material is Manila hemp, one of Japan's representative fibers, which is softer than ordinary Japanese paper and has excellent moisture absorption, moisture retention, deodorizing and antibacterial properties, and light weight.