Kiriko's bandanas feature unique prints sourced and imported from their Japanese heritage manufacturer and a folded, stitched edge that maintains its shape however its worn.
Asanoha (麻ノ葉) is a popular geometric Japanese pattern, representing hemp leaves. An important material particularly in pre-industrial Japan, hemp and other natural motifs often made their way into textile designs. As hemp grows fast and strong, it is meant to symbolize growth and good health.
Each bandana is sewn, pressed and packaged in Portland, Oregon.