Ply-joined Asa Cloth

This is the Asa cloth of all Asa cloths. Both the warp and the weft are ply-joined ramie. Within this society where everything changes at a fast pace, this is the product of the people who work in silence to protect the legacy.

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No.2

No.2

Ply-joined Thread × Ply-joined Thread
No.4

No.4

Ply-joined Thread × Ply-joined Thread
White Asa Cloth

The combination of ply-joined and spun ramie thread really makes a difference on the “expression” the fabric gives. Spun thread is white and soft, which eases the image of Asa cloth being rough to touch, while also making it user-friendly.

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No.7

No.7

Spun Yarn × Ply-joined Thread
No.11

No.11

Ply-joined Thread × Spun Yarn
Twins

Twins

Ply-joined Thread Spun Yarn × Ply-joined Thread Spun Yarn
Coaster

Coaster

Spun Yarn × Ply-joined Thread Spun Yarn
Variation Weave

Most Asa cloths are plain weaves, but it’s nice to have something different once in a while. It can be changing the weave, or changing the density of the warp. With a bit of creativity, lots can be done.

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Gauze

Gauze

Spun Yarn × Ply-joined Thread
Kodachi

Kodachi

Ply-joined Thread × Ply-joined Thread
Variation Weave No.2

Variation Weave No.2
(discontinued)

Ply-joined Thread Spun Yarn × Ply-joined Thread
Other Types of Asa

All the other “Asa.” Each of them are unique in its own way, with each having its own remarkable shine. They come from different plants and places, but they are just as “Asa” as the rest. Individuality and commonality, are what make Asa so special.

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Warp × Weft

Ply-joined Thread :Ply-joined Thread
Spun Yarn :Spun Yarn

※The rolls of cloth, except for the piña cloth and abaca cloth are all refined and stemed.
※The width will shrink a little due to the thread returning to its natural state when it’s refined.
 They aren’t stretched out in any way, so the width is different depending on the roll.