TAKADA TAWASHI restored traditional Japanese scrub brushes, called "SHURO-TAWASHI," which are made of the bark of the windmill palm tree growing naturally in the KISHU area (Wakayama Prefecture) of Japan.
The windmill palm tree or SHURO has been one of familiar materials to the people of Japan since old times, and its flexible and soft texture has been utilized for scrub brushes and brooms.
TAKADA’s SHURO-TAWASHI is the highest in quality. It is very soft, and you can even use it for massaging body when bathing.
There are various ways you can utilize SHURO-TAWASHI:
・Massaging body when bathing
・Washing dishes, drinking vessels, and ceramics
・Washing off soil on vegetables
・Peeling the skin of vegetables
・Removing dirt and stain of clothing
Most of the manufacturing processes are carefully done by the hands of the craftsmen at TAKADA TAWASHI even today.
TAKADA TAWASHI craftsmen believe that household products in everyday life should be friendly to users, items to which their products are applied, as well as the environment.