By combining the finest natural materials and taking time weaving with an old-fashioned loom, they produce a fabric with overwhelming softness and lightness. It is an air-like textile that can be done only because all processes are carried out in-house.
There are various theories about the origin of textiles in Yamanashi, but one theory is that during the era of the first emperor of Qin, Xu Fu, the master of medicine, came to Japan in search of the medicine for immortality, which was said to be in the “Mountain of The East Sea (Mt. Fuji)”, but he could not find it. Moreover, he could not return to his hometown, so he married to a woman in the village and lived there. It is said that the textile became popular in the village because the technique of the textile was transmitted by Xu Fu to the people in the village.
It is said that this fine thread made of natural materials can only be woven in Mutoh. All kinds of natural materials such as cashmere, silk, hemp, Japanese paper, and organic cotton are finished in ultra-thin textiles.
By using an old-fashioned loom that can take time to weave, and weaving while containing air, they can express the characteristics of the material to the maximum. They study these techniques for weaving every day.