Kenland has continued to be committed to product manufacturing that involves the use of natural plant dyes and methods for the past 20 years. As a result, the linen products are more ecological than other materials.

 I feel indescribably comfortable and casual when wearing products made by our company.
 In particular, I have worn a sweater made from linen instead of T-shirt. Whilst wearing it, I thought, "what is this peculiar warmth I'm feeling during winter, in snowy Yamagata?".
 Then a friend also wore it.
 Six months later, I received very good feedback from them.The warm, comfortable feeling I had noticed from the products was validated with this feedback.

 I know that linen is the best material for a summer climate.A full range of knits produced with linen are the products which all of you can finally see now.It is the complete fashion range required for life, including shorts, from socks to towels, dishcloths and pillowcases. The material has risen in dignified grace as an established European tradition.

 Kenland is a manufacturer that has been producing knit products in Yamagata city, Japan for more than 63 years. We have an attachment to our products and make each piece with careful thought. We deliver direct to the customer.
 To ensure longevity of the piece, we always think about how the garment can be washed at home during the manufacturing process. The material can be worn throughout the year and it becomes soft with repeated washing. The linen is adaptable and becomes more familiar with the skin.

 Actually, there are various commodities lined up in the shops during the summer season.
 "Kenland Linen" was developed due to my desire for quality and comfort that could be verified upon direct skin contact. However, it took a very long time to establish knit manufacturing from linen.
 10 years have passed since Kenland Linen started and we have finally begun to bring the collection all together.

 Kenland is attracted by the charm of linen and continues to speak of the way linen knits touch our lives.


 Hemp is a fiber that the Japanese have used since ancient times.

 The quality label shows that the fibre is unspecified, however, our fibre can be classified as one of a kind “ASA”.

 Kenland took up hemp because it is an historic fiber for the Japanese and because it is a natural material with a very important function.

 Characteristics such as a very high UV function and excellent antibacterial properties occur naturally within the fibre. Also, the plant and the hemp do not need agricultural chemicals at all.

 Hemp is cultivated like linen after a period where the field remains fallow.
 Hemp is a material for the future because its sustainability is more likely to solve various problems of the present age.