Compared with many cities, in Kyoto, a large number of Machiyas are preserved. Every dark-colored two-floor building stands on the streets like a chessboard.
With new improvements and reconstruction, dark and light-colored fir wood, various khakis interlace.
During spring and autumn, Khaki can be seen often even on people’s clothes, not abrupt and well blended into street scenery.
From the extension of colors, Khaki on the towels is brought in with soft texture, moderate thickness and just right touch. Only simple colors can reflect the imagination of life.