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The fabric is made in Thailand and has been used by the country’s military since the 1980s.
It is often used as a light weight alternative to traditional silk fabrics.
The silk fabric is usually cut in small sections of 10-12 inches and then woven together to form a garment.
“In this way it has the same thickness as the silk we normally wear, but it is very light and flexible,” said Tomohiro Sakamoto, chief executive of Sakamoto Kogyo, the company responsible for making the thai fabric.
Sakamoto said the material has been the material used for many decades in Japanese and other Asian countries.
“Thai silk is made from silkworms, which are also harvested in Thailand, and then the silk is harvested again and again until it is perfect,” he said.
But, Sakamoto added, there are also challenges.
“There are some problems with the quality of the materials that we have.
And of course, we have to deal with the environmental impact of the production,” he told CNN.
In Japan, the silk industry is considered to be the biggest of all the Japanese industry, producing some $3.5 billion worth of silk fabric annually.
The silk cloth has become a favorite item for traditional Japanese weddings, and many people have used the material in a variety of ways.
In some cases, it is used to decorate their homes.
In Japan there is a tradition for people to weave their own cloth in the style of a traditional samurai, or samurai cloth, which was made by weaving strands of silk around a belt or pouch.
The Japanese have a special ceremony known as ichimitsu, which means the silk thread is woven into a bundle that symbolizes their lineage.
A ceremony known simply as ikuwara is held to honor the silk, and people wear a cloak with the thread in it.
Japanese silk was first used in the 18th century by Japan’s emperor, and it has been a staple of Japanese life since then.
It was popular among women, especially in rural areas, where it was used as an inexpensive and lightweight material for sewing garments.
During World War II, the Japanese military started using silk as a lightweight, waterproof fabric that could be used to make high quality parachutes, parachutes made of woven silk and a parachute for use on land.