When you go to a Japanese restaurant, you get a wet rolled towel after you take a seat. We call the towel “oshibori” in Japan. Today, I want to introduce this cool (or I should say “cold”) product related to oshibori.
Using refrigerant gas, “Pushu-hie” freezes wet handy towel solid instantly. It comes with a can of refrigerant gas and a tube stick with small holes. By wrapping a wet towel on the stick and emitting a jet of refrigerant gas into the stick, the towel gets frozen solid in only two seconds.
Unlike a usual cooling spray, the towel cooled by Pushu-hie stays cool for a long time.
“Pushu-hie promotion video (Japanese)”
Pushu-hie is perfect for hot summer days. It is also good to keep it around when you take up a sport.
Developed by a Japanese company Vipros, it came on the market about two months ago.
It’s now available at Amazon Japan at 1450 yen (US$19).
This is JAPAN Style!