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Win a Gorgeous Japanese/Indian Face Mask from SF’s Asian Art Museum

New batch of Japanese and Indian-designed masks at the Asian Art Museum
By - posted 8/5/2020 No Comment

Protect yourself with these fashionable and comfortable face masks from Japan or India from the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco.

If you win, you’ll have your choice of Japanese Cotton Protection Mask made of 100% Japanese organic cotton and in several traditional Japanese printed patterns, or a Charcoal-Infused Mask from Japan or a Soft Cotton Mask from India made of 50% cotton and 50% silk

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Sanitary cloth masks like these have been used widely in Japan for almost 100 years: against allergenic pollens in the spring and throughout the year to shield against pollution, cold air, and droplets. The masks are made by Japanese Designer Chikako, France and made in various styles include motifs of cherry blossoms and dragon flies.

These general-purpose face masks made in Nara are infused with Japanese binchotan charcoal, which has been used in Japan for centuries for its natural purification properties. Made of six layers of organic cotton and rayon, the masks are machine washable.

These soft cotton masks are from Injiri, a clothing brand inspired by traditional textiles and with an aesthetic based in absolute simplicity. Each embroidered mask is made of double layered cotton as is one-of-a-kind. 50% cotton, 50% silk