Gauze Cotton Japanese Bath Towels
Piles of piles.
With the softest terry pile cotton backing on one side, and a gauzy, loosely-woven front, these bath linens are practically as light as air and worthy of a spa retreat. We’re loving them as an alternative to a bulkier traditional terry cloth towel. Don’t mistake them for just a pretty face (towel), they’re absorbent, dry quickly—which is great news because you’ll want to use these Japanese-made beauties all the dang time. Choose from wash cloths, hand towels, or bath towels in black, white, or sand.
Washcloth: 16" L x 13.25" W; Hand Towel: 33.5" L x 13.5" W; Bath Towel: 51" L x 25" W
Photography by Julia Gartland & Rocky Luten
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