Japanese homeware brand BasShu use the traditional method of the “Banshu-Ori” or Banshu weave to make their rugs and quilts. A centuries old technique which applies only to products dyed and made in the Kita-Harima region in Southern Japan. Banshu-ori involves dying the thread before it’s woven, meaning the end-product maintains its colour for longer. What’s more, the pieces are handmade and woven using extremely thin threads, rendering the final product with precisely detailed Native-American inspired geometric patterns in the case of BasShu rugs and blankets.