Kyoto textile brand
SOU・SOU produces a variety of items under the concept of “creating a new Japanese culture.”
The designs, by textile designer Katsuji Wakisaka, express Japan’s four seasons and traditional motifs in poppy ways, and add a fresh touch of color to your everyday life.


Everything from the paper to the cloth is Japan-made and carefully chosen.


Kyoto textile brand that sells jika-tabi shoes (traditional rubber-soled, split-toe Japanese boots worn outdoors) and furoshiki (square-shaped cloths used in Japan to wrap and carry items), among other items. SOU・SOU has also produced many items in collaboration with companies and was established in 2002 by Katsuji Wakisaka (textile designer), Hisanobu Tsujimura (architect), and Takeshi Wakabayashi (producer).
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