Hippopotamus was the first brand in the Japanese organic towel market to develop vivid colors (other than white). They are an Imabari-made towel brand.
By developing their blend of 63% organic cotton and 37% bamboo rayon (sustainably recycled bamboo fibers), Hippopotamus towels are more absorbent and display a silk-like sheen.
Their innovative and eco-friendly bamboo rayon, developed from sustainably recycled bamboo fibers, is repeatedly made in 3-year cycles.
Their drainage is disinfected in a waste water treatment for over 5 hours before flowing back to the Seto Inland Sea, so they produce their eco-friendly and sustainable products while being conscientious of issues stemming from water pollution.
In 2022, Hippopotamus made their first debut overseas in Hawaii.
and collaborating with The Kahala Hotel & Resort, a luxury hotel towering over Oahu’s Kahala neighborhood.
A bathrobe with a logo was born.
The Kahala Hotel logo is heavily embroidered on the chest and a Hippopotamus tag on the sleeve.
In addition, it has a pocket and the belt part is made very luxurious using towel fabric.
It is Kahala white with the image of the hotel color.
Hawaii limited design is also available.
Buy $100 Hippopotamas products now and get a limited edition eco-bag!
It is an earth-friendly recycled eco-bag and is not for sale.
|Weight||1000 g (35.27 oz)|
|Dimensions||134 × 134 cm|