Embrace the Linen Life

Embrace the Linen Life

When you slide your arms through the sleeves, the fabric of the linen and hemp feels cool and refreshing to the touch.
The fibers become softer and softer after each wash, making it more comfortable to wear against your skin each time.
Linen and hemp are natural materials that require only a small amount of water to cultivate, making them environmentally friendly.

MUJI Linen and Hemp

At MUJI, in addition to the classic "linen,"
we are expanding our range of clothing items made from the eco-friendly natural material "hemp".

What is hemp?

Environmentally friendly

Plants that have been living with humans since ancient times, they are called annual plants because they grow very quickly, reaching up to three meters in about three months. They are resistant to pests, so they do not require pesticides or chemical fertilizers, making them a plant with low environmental impact that can grow with minimal amounts of fertilizer and water.

Linen Features


With excellent breathability and moisture absorption/evaporation properties, it is perfect for making cool and comfortable outfits suitable for humid weather. Its quick-drying feature ensures comfort even during sweaty summer days.


It has a firm texture and becomes more comfortable against the skin as you wear and wash it.

  • Ladies
  • Mens
Model Height:168cm/ M / Dark navy stripe

Other products

Model Height:168cm/ M / Light yellow
Model Height:168cm/ M / Blue
Model Height:168cm/ M / Navy

Other products

How to incorporate our linen/hemp products into your everyday life

Linen and hemp are among the strongest fibers found in nature.
As these fabrics become softer and deeper in texture the more you use and wash them,
the passage of time will bring about greater attachment instead of a deterioration in quality.
Here are some useful tips for keeping your precious clothes in top condition for a long time.

  • Washing


    Linen and hemp are materials that become stronger when moist, allowing them to be conveniently and repeatedly washed in a washing machine. However, make sure to avoid bleach and fluorescent agents as they may damage the fibers or compromise the colour of the fabric.

  • Drying


    Drying your clothes while they are pulled straight and tight with wrinkles stretched out will make them easier to iron subsequently. Of course, the firmness of the fabric ensures that you can enjoy its natural texture even without any ironing. Linen and hemp fibers have hollow cores that absorb and expel moisture, so hanging them in a well-ventilated place allows them to dry in no time.

  • Ironing


    When ironing, start from the reverse side to remove any small wrinkles before ironing the front side with greater force. Iron over a cloth if you are worried about damaging the fabric or leaving shiny stripes behind.

  • Storage


    Linen and hemp products are best stored in dry, cool spots. Avoid sealing these items in plastic bags for long periods of time, as poor ventilation may result in the growth of mould. We also recommend wrapping your clothes carefully in thin pieces of paper to prevent dust from adhering to the fabric.