The History of Nawrap

Long before Nawrap, there were only traditional mosquito nettings or kaya. These hand-woven, porous materials played a huge role in Japanese households for thousands of years. However, due to modern innovations and adaptive living, the demand for traditional mosquito nets declined. Eventually, the company made the decision to venture on into the cloth and textile industry, producing multipurpose eco cloths made from the same netting fabrics adapted using traditional weaving techniques and technologies not seen outside Japan. These multipurpose eco cloths are what we know today as Nawrap.

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