These modern bath towels incorporate a specially engineered textile inspired by NASA technology. Made from an ultrafine cotton/polymer matrix weave called XPLORE 11, Apollo towels are designed to maximize absorbency, softness, and durability. They also dry up to 5x faster than traditional towels and resist odors.
Made in Japan, the Goshi is a scrubby shower towel woven from a combination of lathering and exfoliating threads. It helps to wash away dirt, oil, and dead skin, keeping you cleaner than you’ve ever felt. It’s made from a long-lasting 100% recyclable nylon. Discounted multi-packs available direct from Goshi.
Add a bit of levity to your kitchen with this cheeky towel from Twisted Wares. It provides the sage cooking advice “When in Doubt, Pull It Out,” which you can interpret in whatever way you prefer. The 26″ x 26″ towel is made from 100% cotton and comes with a built-in strap that keeps it from falling. More punny kitchen gifts here.
Illustrator Ponkichi proposed a new currency design for Japan – a 1000 yen note featuring a shiba inu dog. While we doubt the Japanese treasury has a sense of whimsy, you’ll can buy the image on wallets and other accessories from Space Factory or Amazon Japan. The 2,000 yen design ensures cat lovers don’t feel left out.
Matador’s microfiber towels are incredibly lightweight and come with a loop for hanging and a silicone case that has a built-in keyloop. They absorb up to 2.3x their weight and have anti-microbial coating. Available as a 15″x 15″ hand towel or a 47″x 24″ shower towel.