Collection: Arisugawa-de-inoshishi-mon(Warp Brocade of Wild Boar Design in the Arisugawa Style)

The wild boars are designed in the Arisugawa style which is one of the typical styles of the meibutsu-gire or specialty cloths. These fabrics were used in the tea ceremony or for the mountings of hanging picture scrolls. The term "Arisugawa" refers to the patterns basically consist of straight lines to perform octagonal or rhombic pattern as a whole, presenting an exotic atmosphere. The pattern of wild boars embellished by a design of a sculpture being handed down in Todaiji-temple is woven in our warp brocade in the refined Arisugawa style.