Japan's Highest Quality Konjac Sponge "Tsuya no Tama" [T40HY01010]

Japan's Highest Quality Konjac Sponge "Tsuya no Tama" [T40HY01010]

Our Selling Price: US$7.00(tax included)

Weight: 20g


Item Description


Japan's Highest Quality Konjac Sponge

"Tsuya no Tama"

This is the softest & gentlest konjac sponge of all the other konjac sponges in the world.

And this is the first konjac sponge ever invented.


It’s called Tsuya no Tama, which literally means that “Ball”(tama) of (no) “Radiance”(tsuya).


- Additive-free.

- No chemical pigments, no presevatives

Ingredients: Pure konjac powder

Size: W45 x 70 x 20mm

Weight: 7 grams



We are sorry!

We can't sell our "Tsuya no Tama" to the following countries :

Hong Kong, Taiwan, China, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand,

Vietnam, and Indonesia




The History

The konjac sponge was born in Taka-cho, a small countryside in Hyogo prefecture.


The dry, cold wind blowing down from the mountains…

The temperature difference between day and night…

The climate there is perfect for producing high-quality “shimi-konjac” (frozen konjac for eating),

so konjac roots have been actively cultivated there since long time ago.

There were as many as 460 manufacturers of shimi-konjac in Taka-cho in1924,

but the hard work in the very cold winter forced them to close their businesses.

And now, there is only one active manufacturer, and our konjac sponge is made by them.

The manufacturer has a history of 130 years.

 Their production method has never been changed.


Tsuya no Tama is so white just as snow in the winter of Taka-cho.

Bleached only by the sunlight… Dried only by the wind…

The konjac sponges are all hand-made, and the production takes about 2 months or more.

No automatic machines are used during the production.

The konjac sponges are made by the great combination of human and nature.





How to Use the Sponge

1. Soak the sponge in hot water and rub it gently.


2. Gently rub your face with the well-moistured sponge.


3. Wash the sponge thoroughly and press it gently with your hands to drain water.


4. Put the sponge in a plastic container and store it in the refrigerator. Or hang the sponge in an airy place.







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