"The Story of Linen."


From 10,000 years ago, and from today on, linen leads us through life…

While MUJI is concerned with designing and creating beautiful linen clothing and homewares, we also appreciate the long and fascinating history of this fabric, hence highlighting its natural state.

Knowing that people many centuries ago wore linen clothes, slept on linen bedding, and used linen tablecloths is somehow reassuring. It creates a sense of continuity in all of us.

Most MUJI linen products, clothing as well as household goods, have been manufactured with 100% pure linen. One can feel the pureness of linen against their skin. Our linen clothes are perfect for everyone.

100% Pure Linen

Most MUJI linen products, clothing as well as household goods, have been manufactured with 100% pure linen. You can feel the pureness of linen with your skin.

Bringing the Best of Natural Materials,

Unbleached, Natural Colour

The term "natural" for linen and hemp does not refer to their colour but the fact that they have not been bleached. To allow our customers to enjoy materials in their natural state and in view of the environmental pollution caused by bleaching, MUJI is pleased to offer a range of items made with natural materials.

Durable, Breezy Everyday Clothing

Linen is one of the strongest fibers in nature. As linen fibers become stronger when moist, you can look forward to a softer material and deeper texture the more you use and wash linen fabric.

Environmentally Friendly

Linen is derived from fast-growing plants that can be cultivated sustainably with almost no pesticide and little water. These plants also improve the quality of the soil in which they grow, making linen an environmentally friendly material.

A variety of flax


Excellent permeability to air and moisture absorption/desorption, durable, and dries quickly


Features natural antibacterial and UV-blocking properties


Stable material perfect for making bags for grains, etc., due to its shorter fiber length and lower elasticity as compared to linen


Living with Linen

Linen and hemp are among the strongest fibers found in nature. As these fabrics become softer and deeper in texture the more you use and wash them, the passage of time will bring about greater attachment instead of a deterioration in quality. Here are some useful tips for keeping your precious clothes in top condition for a long time.


Linen and hemp are materials that become stronger when moist, allowing them to be conveniently and repeatedly washed in a washing machine. However, make sure to avoid bleach and fluorescent agents as they may damage the fibers or compromise the color of the fabric.


Drying your clothes while they are pulled taut and with their wrinkles stretched out will make them easier to iron subsequently. Of course, the firmness of the fabric ensures that you can enjoy its natural texture even without any ironing. Linen and hemp fibers have hollow cores that absorb and expel moisture, so hanging them in a well-ventilated place allows them to dry in no time.


When ironing, start from the reverse side to remove any small wrinkles before ironing the front with greater force. Iron over a cloth if you are worried about damaging the fabric or leaving shiny stripes behind.


Linen is best stored in cool and dry places to prevent mold growth. Steer clear of plastic and wrap them in thin paper to allow air circulation and preserve the integrity of the fabric.


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