Good evening. This is Ikeda.
A friend of mine recently launched an amazake brand called "Renate."
I had never drank amazake before, but I took this opportunity to buy it.
I had the impression that it wasn't very tasty, but somehow it was delicious.
It's no good just having a selfish impression.
Not only is it delicious, but it also has effects such as recovering from fatigue, supporting diet, beautifying the skin, regulating the intestines, and improving arthrosis.
With all these positive effects, I feel like even I can become healthier if I drink it all year round.
Above all, recovery from fatigue is attractive.
However, once I started drinking because I'm a sloppy person, I feel like everything else will become casual.
If you get rid of your sloppiness and keep drinking amazake, you might be able to move beyond being healthy and evolve into something else.
Aside from that, if you are interested, please take a look at the website from the URL below.
In a situation where even I don't understand the meaning of going beyond health, today I would like to introduce Yamauchi's salt shrink processed cotton linen shirt.
This is a standard item that Yamauchi produces throughout the year.
I have written about the same fabric and the salt-shrinked cotton linen easy wide pants in the article ``Suitable'' , so I will keep it brief.
The extremely thin cotton linen is processed with salt shrinkage, and the eyes are tightly packed to create a wrinkled and dry texture.
The stitching is a part of Yamauchi's desire to let you feel the texture of the fabric, and the attention to detail that he puts into it.
All of the stitches are on the back side.
When you get to this point, you start to get past your obsession and actually feel frightened.
Although I say it's scary, it's irresistible to see how he goes into the very minute details that you can't understand unless you listen.
Also, although the season is spring/summer, we continue to use double-layered tailoring as a standard item.
By the way, double stitching is applied to all parts, not just some.
The lining is made of cotton cupra, so it has a smooth texture and is comfortable to wear.
I guess the size is like a standard shirt.
However, I only selected size 4 because I thought it would give off a slightly stiff look.
As a result, it is somewhat loose-fitting, so I would like it to be worn not only as a shirt, but also as a jacket.
Of course, how you wear it will vary depending on your height etc.
And it comes in two colors: sumi and doro.
Literally, it is charcoal dyed and mud dyed.
Sumi is a pale gray, doro is a deep brown, and even though they are the same item, they have completely different expressions.
Both colors have a nice uneven feel and also have deodorizing effects.
Personally, I feel that doro has a more uneven feel.
Maybe it just looks that way because it's a dark color.
Since these items are produced throughout the year, they give a sense of stability, as well as an extraordinary sense of commitment and persistence.
For all of you who have been saying incomprehensible things about how drinking amazake is bad for your health, try Yamauchi's classic salt-shrink cotton linen shirt, which may go beyond your obsession and make you feel terrible.