Living with Linen

Living with Linen

Durable and supple.
Linen fits better as you wash it.Living gently for a long time with precious articles that fit in one’s life.Linen teaches us about such enrichments that feel good.

MUJI’s Linen

  • natural textiles

    It gets softer the more you wash it

    Linen is said to be one of the toughest natural fibers. The strength of the fiber increases when it gets wet with water. Enjoy the process of changing to a soft and deep texture as you use it and wash it.

  • Linen

    Environmentally friendly

    Linen can be used as a fabric, while the seeds can be mixed with bread or used to make oil for consumption.Short textile pieces that can not be turned into threads are used to make ropes, and smaller textile chucks are used to feed animals.Flax, the material used to make linen, is an environmentally friendly material that has very few sections to dispose of.

  • Organic linen

    Producer friendly

    Organically grown hemp is used in some of our clothing products. Together with the producers, we grow hemp without using fertilizers or pesticides.

Natural colors

MUJI adopts “colors of the earth” that represent the gift of nature as our basic approach to colors.
We wanted to make colors that accompany life for a long time without getting caught up in trends by creating gentle colors that everyone is familiar with.

  • White

    White

    The color of clouds

  • Generation

    Generation

    The raw linen color

  • Green

    Green

    The color of forests

  • Blue/navy

    Blue/navy

    The color of the ocean

  • Brown

    Brown

    The color of the earth

  • Gray/black

    Gray/black

    The color of charcoal

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Women's Lineup

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Men's Lineup

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It is the perfect item to pair with linen

How to live well with linen

Linen is said to be the toughest natural fiber. The more you use it and the more you wash it, the softer and deeper it becomes, and over time it becomes an attachment instead of wear. Here are some tips for wearing your precious one for a long time.

  • Wash

    Wash

    Linen is a material that increases in strength when it gets wet. Therefore, it is very easy to wash in the washing machine over and over again. However, please refrain from using bleach or fluorescent agents as they may damage the fibers and damage the color of the fabric.

  • Dry

    Dry

    The ironing afterward becomes smoother when you stretch it to fix the form and straighten wrinkles before hanging it to dry.The fabric is firm so you can enjoy the natural texture without ironing as well.The linen textile’s core is hollow and has the ability to absorb and discharge water, as it dries instantly when aired in a breezy location.

  • Ironing

    Ironing

    When ironing, straighten small wrinkles from the back first and press the iron firmly from the front. Apply a piece of cloth if you are worried about press marks or leaving an impression.

  • Storage

    Storage

    The best place to store linen is somewhere cool and dry. If the breathability is poor, it can cause mold to grow. Please do not store it tightly sealed in containers like plastic bags for a long period of time.It is recommended to cover the fabric with a thin piece of paper to avoid dust from attaching.