Why has hemp cloth, which is superior to cotton in terms of functionality, ceased to be produced in Japan? The reasons include the fact that domestic cultivation was regulated after World War II, and that hemp fiber is difficult to spin, making it too late to industrialize. The "majotae majotae" is made into yarn using the latest spinning technology and made into cloth. By using only hemp fibers, the unique softness of old hemp cloth is reproduced. Various types of majotae are produced, from simple plain weaves to twill weaves and knitted fabrics.
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