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Choosing The inner Fabric for Eco Mask

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Choosing The inner Fabric for Eco Mask

We use pure cotton gauze for the inner material of our eco-mask.Do you know how to choose the right inner gauze? There are 2 types of gauze:1. Single layer - this is thin and lighter to wear in very hot places2. Double layer - this has 2 layers of cotton, which is more protective Here you can see the thickness comparison of Single and Double gauze: For double layer gauze, we have "standard double" and "Cool Touch double".So what is "Touch Cool"?The official name of this fabric is "コンフォートクール冷感Wガーゼ" (Comfort Cool (R)) and is made in Japan. What is “Cool...

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Size Measurement and Tips for Selecting Your Eco Mask

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Size Measurement and Tips for Selecting Your Eco Mask

We have 3 general sizes for our Eco masks: Small, Medium and Large. Some customers have questions of how to choose the correct mask. Here we compare all 3 sizes and tips for choosing the right masks.    **  We measure the mask from inside, and exclude the length of the elastic band. Size S    Width: 11cm (x2)  Length: 12cmSize S is good for kids above 6 years old and someone who has a small face. Size M    Width: 11cm (x2)  Length: 14cm Size M is good for adult in general, especially for ladies. Size L    Width: 12cm (x2)  Length: 16.5cmSize...

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Modern craft beer named with traditional Chinese Goddess 201901

Modern craft beer named with traditional Chinese Goddess 201901

We are so happy to find this local craft beer brewery in Hong Kong. It is like a hidden gem in an industrial area with lots of factories.  I love this HK beer brand as I think it is so cool to name the beer with a local insight and traditional Chinese stories, but when we visit the brewery, the whole experience is so cool!Different types of craft beer are presented in a traditional Chinese herbal tea container!

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Get inspired by wagashi 20190325

Get inspired by wagashi 20190325

We biked to Ryokoku 両国, where sumo stadium is and sumo wrestlers live.  We dropped by near train station for an afternoon tea. We went into an authentic Japanese dessert shop. I got fascinated by the decoration on the wall.  It is a collage of different wagashi (Japanese sweets) wooden molds and tools.

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