Inspiration can come from absolutely anywhere, as proved by Japan's Golden Field, which found a desire to create a unique blanket after being served a bowl of noodles. The 'Udon for Sleeping' introduces an unconventional kind of sleeping blanket that's made up of several noodle-like strands. As well as boasting a lightweight and novel design, the blanket is said to offer more comfort during sleep, as hugging the strands is said to provide additional warmth, while weaving one's limbs through the strands helps to give off a cooling effect.
When the offbeat Udon for Sleeping was first introduced to the Japanese market, the style quickly sold out but fortunately for fans who are hoping to experience the qualities of the unique blanket, Golden Field has made it available for purchase yet again.
Golden Field's Unique Blanket Takes Inspiration from Japanese Udon Noodles
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