A native banana, Iholena, is a somewhat rare variety. In Kāʻū, the Iholena continues to grow. The maiʻa, banana, is a kinolau or body form of Kanaloa, deity of the sea.
Many uses of the plant and its parts make it valuable! The stalk and leaves are most important in cooking in the imu, promoting steam and helping to retain heat. Ritual meals are served on the banana leaf, both as a shield and a protector of both the food and its participants.
•Super soft & absorbent 100% cotton velour
•Woven design - shows on both sides
•Shaved velour front with looped terry back
•Knotted fringe detail
•Collaborative clamp label and
•30" x 64"
•500 grams (Some extra cushion)
Slowtide products meet the strict guidelines set by the Oeko-Tex® Standard 100. Made with care and certified for peace of mind.
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