Steam Cream "Momoto to Tori" and "Berry and Ladybug

Steam Cream will release "Momo to Tori" and "Berry and Ladybug" on June 8, 2012, with limited designs by the dye artist unit "kata kata". Limited quantities will be available. 75g (2.65oz), 1,848 yen (tax included).

Steam Cream "Momo to Tori

Steam Cream Berry and Ladybug

Steam Cream is introducing a new design by the dye artist unit "kata kata" for the first time. The designs feature seasonal fruits and creatures dyed on Japanese paper using the traditional Japanese dyeing technique called katazome. The lineup includes "peach and bird" and "berry and ladybug," both of which feature two shades of colors of fruit and small creatures that are mutually attractive to each other.

Steam Cream "Momototori
going into a huddle

The design also offers the pleasure of finding small creatures hiding in the trees. 75 g, 1,848 yen (tax included).

Steam Cream "Berries and Ladybugs"
Berries and ladybugs

kata kata

A unit of Takeshi Matsunaga and Chie Takai. They produce original dyed fabrics by stencil dyeing, dip-dyeing, and printing. The motifs are all the things we feel in our daily life. They create fabrics with the aim of creating a design that creates conversation, so that you can imagine a story when you unfold the cloth.

Dyeing artist "kata kata

Steam Cream

Moisturizing cream for the whole body with 98.5% natural ingredients and 100% natural essential oils. The balance of natural ingredients and our unique steam emulsification process create a light and highly penetrating texture that supports the skin's natural power.

steam cream

Oats, the raw material of steam cream, have been used since Roman times to moisturize and protect the skin. Extracts from the kernel and vegetable oils are carefully selected for their purpose. All products contain oats.