Article from Monocle, Issue 52

A Japanese company specializing in cotton, using a machine “that is a throwback to an analogue era”, the loopwheeler.

It is a slow and tedious process, but they do it because they care about the detail and quality. Once again, analog tools make us think/behave differently; that is the value of using these types of tools.

I am planning on visiting their shop when I visit Tokyo in August 2012. I will be sure to take plenty of photos!


Check out their official website for more information:



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