Our linen hijabs use premium quality fabric and comes in Japanese traditional colors that go well to almost any kind of outfit and skin color. If you were looking for a light weight and soft hijab, you will be amazed from our linen hijabs!
HINA’s Linen hijabs are super light, extremely soft and elegant. Our ultra-soft fabrics are sustainably sourced from natural fibers such as organic cotton.
HINA’s dedicated craftsmen carefully watch over all processes, from weaving, washing with water from Mount Fuji, to drying under Yamanashi’s beautiful sky and wind.
・Vision:Be a personal enrichment in broadening the understanding of different cultures and cultural cues
・Be borderless and timeless
・Lifetime hijab Our brand was born out of a mutual respect for modern women of all cultures and beliefs, and nurtured by a love of nature and beauty in all its forms. Our premium hijabs are created from the highest quality materials, and are all made in Japan using centuries-old techniques that have been carefully passed down from generation to generation.
Gentle care / Hand wash using a laundry net and use pressing cloth when you iron.
HINA, the Premium Hijab Nurtured with the Water of Mt. Fuji
What comes to mind when you think about industries representative of Japan?
Cars? Anime? Games?
In fact, when Japan was in the process of modernizing in the 19th century, its main industry was textiles, including silk. At the Japan exported to all over the world to great acclaim.
The history of traditional Japanese textiles is clear from the 10th century when it flourished mainly as part of the culture of the Kyoto imperial court.
Professional craftsmen, techniques passed down for centuries, the best in natural materials, and the best water in Japan
This hijab was born in Yamanashi Prefecture, one of the production areas representative of that side of Japan. We think of Yamanashi Prefecture as being the home of Mt. Fuji (as do the people of Shizoka Prefecture regarding their own prefecture).
Firstly, in Japan, the idea of "people working hard towards good deeds of their own initiative and working sincerely in the position and role that they have been given" being a virtue extends from religion to all kinds of life morals, so there exists a culture of honoring craftsmen.
The fabrics are handles and completed by many skilled craftsmen, including those who make the threads, those who dye them, those who weave them, and those who tailor them.
And, the crown jewel of it all is the water nurtured by Mt. Fuji that is used wash the fabrics well, almost to polish them.
The premium hijab made with such top quality 100% linen was named HINA. In Japanese culture, HINA expressed the meaning of women and the light of the sun.
The elegant Japanese color allows users to feel the historic courtly culture
This product is dyed using traditional color only used in Japan. They are unique colors developed in Japan from prehistoric times to the present day.
Our hijab is made using traditional fabrics that were used as supporting fabrics to make kimono when samurai still existed in the Edo Period, bringing out the true quality of these high-quality materials to the fullest.
We want to show our mutual respect to modern women of all cultures and creeds, and express our love of all shapes of nature and beauty.
Please enjoy the quality of each and every product, made with the greatest technology in the world, and the texture that tells the story of only the highest quality materials.
HINA's sophisticated, highest quality 100% cotton cloth hijab is made using Japanese textiles carefully produced by craftsmen of the Wakayama Prefecture textile industry which boasts 600 years of history.
About KAWASAKI CITY STORE
KAWASAKI CITY STORE will send the curated collection of products from City of Kawasaki in Japan for everyone around the world We promise to support customers kindly, courteously and promptly based on O-mo-te-n-shi mind!
KAWASAKI CITY is located just west of Tokyo in Japan. As a part of Tokyo metropolitan area, the city has contributed Japanese industrialization and modernization.
Furthermore, KAWASAKI CIY is one of The 53 Stations of the Tokaido (Hiroshige Utagawa, 1832-1833) and is along the Tokaido road, the highway connecting Edo to Kyoto. Accordingly, we respect not only Japanese modern cultures but also Japanese traditional cultures. Through this store, overseas customers can purchase a variety of products made by Japanese specialists from glass artisans to sheet metal workers.
KAWASAKI CITY STORE is a one-year limited store from December 2022 and is operated by a joint venture between j-Grab Inc. and JTB Corporation, commissioned by City of Kawasaki. We also plan a pop-up shop for show rooming in Cambodia, Singapore and USA. Customers can check our products in the real world at the shop and place an order through this online store.
Customers can check our products in the real world at the shop and place an order through this online store.