Our recommendations:
Koha: Possum fiber textile
Koha is a type of textile made by possum hair yarn.
Possums are small marsupial animals which inhabit
in Australia and New Zealand.


Eri silk: eri silk made textile has an ideal elasticity,
and also its softness reminds you of woolen textile.
We are also aiming to contribute our greenly
environment by eri-silk manufacturing,
as its production requires low carbon.

camdeboo is a type of mohair.
This mohair originally is produced in South Africa.

Qiviuk yarn is made by muskoxs downy undercoat.
Muskox is a type of cow that inhabits
in the Arctics such as Alaska and Canada.