Cal O Line puts a tiger pattern on an Imabari towel! A playful, carpet-style blanket towel.

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1 year ago
by GO OUT

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Among the Tibetan carpets that are among the four most famous in the world, the “Tibetan Tiger pattern” was made by a monk with a high status. It’s also used as a source material for the rugs that GO OUT Online handles, so I think many of them are familiar to our readers.

Faithful to its solid background, “CAL O LINE” has now begun to release lifestyle items!

TIBETAN TIGER BLANKET TOWEL ¥5940(120cm×60cm)

This is a blanket towel that uses jacquard pile fabric from Imabari, Ehime prefecture, which is famous as a towel production area. While producing a thick texture and looks reminiscent of the original carpet, it transcends into a more versatile item than a rug.

It can be used widely with sofas and bathrooms at home, beachside and camping sites. Indeed, it is an item that combines functionality and looks. The blanket, would also make an excellent present as it will be sure to attract attention for the person using it!


■UNITE NINE https://store.unitenine.jp

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