Japanese Ancient Sponge
Natural Skin Care
Natural Facial Sponge & Face Washcloth
For the most sensitive skin
100% Pure Natural Sponge
Indulge your delicate skin with the ultimate cleansing experience using our specially crafted Konjac sponge & washcloth. With a history dating back hundreds of years in Japan, the konjac sponge has been the go-to choice for baby baths, owing to its gentle touch. We have meticulously picked out the gentle facial sponge and softer face washcloth to ensure that even the most sensitive skin is well-cared for.
How to Have a Clean Face Without Cleanser
Skin-friendly cleansing methods
Konjac sponge facial cleansers are gentle for a reason. A Konjac sponge washes your face with only a thin layer of water. Konjac's high water retention creates this film. This allows safe removal of clogged pores and dead skin cells. Its gentleness makes it ideal for atopic dermatitis and acne-prone skin. Japan has cleaned babies' skin with only a konjac sponge and hot water since ancient times.
Made in The Middle of Winter
Exclusive to the winter season, our creation comes to life through intricate handcrafting using age-old techniques. Transformed by the natural cold into a sponge-like masterpiece, each piece is a testament to nature's artistry. This meticulous process yields limited quantities, and we extend our heartfelt apologies if we ever fall short of stock, causing any inconvenience.
100% Pure Natural Sponge
Indulge in the luxurious experience of our 100% pure Konjac washcloth, meticulously crafted using the same traditional handmade method passed down for over 130 years. Its natural fibers are gentle enough to be used on even the most sensitive skin, while its superior quality ensures safe use.
- 100% Konjac Plant
- Nearly neutral weak alkaline
- Free from any additives, coloring agents, or bleaching agents
What is Konjac?
The konjac plant has been consumed as a vegetable in Japan for centuries. Konjac is a root vegetable with an unusually shaped potato appearance. The underground bulb of the plant contains glucomannan, which is a soluble fiber. It is known that soluble fiber absorbs water to form a gel-like substance. It is consumed in Japan as an ingredient with a texture similar to hard jelly.
Made the traditional way
same production technique as 130 years ago
Since we began making sponges more than 130 years ago, we have continued to make them by hand. We continue to make sponges, in the same manner, we did back then.
Sponges are made in the middle of winter
Konjac be transformed into a sponge by exposure to natural cold. The konjac is a fine sponge since it is gently frozen by nature.
UV rays from the sun whiten the sponge
Because the sponge is exposed to the sun for an extended period of time, its fineness is preserved. In addition, the sponge is naturally bleached by the sun's beams.
An extremely absorbent natural sponge
Naturally occurring sponges have a high capacity for absorbing liquids. The fibers are effective at removing grime even without the use of soap.