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Nora Jacket "Moss"

Nora Jacket "Moss"

 The Nora Jacket is based on Noragi clothes that once supported the work and life of the people of Japan's agricultural, forestry, and fishing villages, and is made to fit the modern lifestyle.


 The fabric is made of Mikawa cotton, our hometown, and the weft is made of Mino washi paper from Mino City, Gifu Prefecture. The fabric, woven with air, becomes irregular and three-dimensional to the touch, and a deep pattern emerges.


 The white paper yarns are combined with green and yellow ply yarns, giving the fabric a fresh vitality.


 The washed fabric is soft to the touch, with the core tension of Japanese paper. The uneven surface prevents the fabric from sticking to the skin, making it comfortable to wear even in the chilly rainy season. A large pocket is placed on the generous body width. An inside pocket with a snap button prevents things from falling out when you take it on and off.


 We hope that you will feel the wisdom and aesthetic sense of our ancestors in your modern life, thinking about the wind blowing through the trees and the plants and trees growing in the fields.


Model height

Female 167cm (wearing XS size)

Male: 178cm (wearing size M)

  • Key Specs


    Height 〜165cm

    Length 59cm

    Width 116cm

    Shoulder width 58cm

    Sleeve Length 48cm



    Height 160cm 〜 170cm

    Length 65cm

    Width 120cm

    Shoulder width 60cm

    Sleeve Length 52cm



    Height 170cm 〜 180cm

    Length 72cm

    Width 130cm

    Shoulder width 65cm

    Sleeve Length 52cm



    Height 180cm 〜 190cm

    Length 77cm

    Width 140cm

    Shoulder width 70cm

    Sleeve Length 52cm




    Shell : Non-designated fiber (Mino Japanese paper) 15%, cotton 85%

    Lining : 100% cotton

    * Since it is dried in the sun after washing, there are individual differences in size due to shrinkage.

    * Due to the characteristics of the fabric made on the old loom, there may be uneven weaving.


  • About the material

    We use Mikawa cotton, which has been passed down in our hometown, for Nora. They are woven slowly on an old shuttle loom to create a cloth that is thick and puffy and abundantly durable, moisturizing and absorbent. The surface of the cloth has a billowy texture and is sleek and pleasant, avoiding sticking to the skin. Due to the nature of the cloth, it has some unevenness in the weave. When washing, please use a net and avoid drying machines, letting it dry in the shade instead.

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