The use of these durable and practical garments started with Buddhist monks and gradually spread to potters, cooks, artisans, and other professionals engaged in traditional Japanese cultural pursuits.
Today, attracted by their comfort, ease of use, and minimalist aesthetic, people worldwide enjoy wearing samue while relaxing, doing creative work, chores around the house, and more.
Recommended: 1051 Tate Slub Samue
An ideal all-rounder for first-time samue buyers, the Tate Slub Samue features yarn-dyed 100% cotton fabric woven initially in Enshu, a renowned cotton textile production area in Japan's Shizuoka Prefecture.
Tate Slub Samue are popular due to their lightness, simplicity, orthodox shape, and ease of care all year round.