These household items are made with fluffy throstle yarn spun using a throstle spinning machine. A Japanese-style spinning method that was invented in 1873, throstle spinning later declined with the advent of Western spinning that accompanied the industrialization of production. Ando restored old throstle spinning machines that had lain idle for many years, and now uses them in our manufacturing process in Laos. Making the most of the materials’ natural qualities—which cannot be achieved with mass production—throstle yearn is characterized by its unique luster and warm, airy texture. The moment you take the cloth in hand, you can feel the softness of the material, which is so comfortable against the skin.