Phantom dye "Kesennuma Blue"
Indigo is about blue. In Japan, as symbolized by Samurai Blue, we Japanese also dyed clothing and accessories with indigo and cherished it as a dye closely attached to our lives. Among them, we successfully cultivated "pastel", which was said to be a visionary dyestuff plant, and has also challenged to develop "pastel-dyed 100% natural material indigo dyed" products.
Pastel was the birthplace of Toulouse in southern France, cultivation and dyeing methods were discontinued around the world, but many people were able to revive the support through cloud funding. The unique texture increases as much as you use, and indigo's charm is to show different expressions sometimes.
In our laboratory, we make dyes only with natural materials such as indigo leaves, fructose, slaked lime, and wood ash.
I hope you will enjoy the feeling of indigo forever for years to come.