An interior textile line that matches contemporary houses with both Japanese and western elements.
Sinne is a collaboration project between a textile trading company MARUSHIN and Rika Kawato. Today, most houses in Japan have both Japanese and western elements in their interior. It is hard to meet a house with only authentic Japanese things.
Sinne uses patterns that were originally used for kimonos and other everyday objects in the old time in Japan and recombine them to make new patterns that match both Japanese and western style.
Sinne's towels are all produced in Imabari where is famous for the quality and its 120 years long history of towel production.