Sitate-nagoya-obi (Shishikari-mon Nishiki)
Sitate-nagoya-obi (Shishikari-mon Nishiki)
Sitate-nagoya-obi (Shishikari-mon Nishiki)
Sitate-nagoya-obi (Shishikari-mon Nishiki)
Sitate-nagoya-obi (Shishikari-mon Nishiki)
Sitate-nagoya-obi (Shishikari-mon Nishiki)
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Sitate-nagoya-obi (Shishikari-mon Nishiki)

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The obi that Tatsumura Bijutsu Orimono has been producing since its establishment is the starting point of our manufacturing, which is expressed by the keyword "restoration, originality, and a unique aesthetic sense. From the design to the weaving technique, "Tatsumura's character" is scattered in every part of our products, and they have been appreciated by many people both now and in the past.

Size (cm) : Obi width 8" (approx. 30.0cm), length 9" 5" (approx. 3.6m)

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Product Name : Sitate-nagoya-obi (Shishikari-mon Nishiki)
Product type : Obi Sash
Size (cm) : Obi width 8" (approx. 30.0cm), length 9" 5" (approx. 3.6m)
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Product Description

A silk obi with popular design.

Pattern Description

Shishikari-mon Nishiki(Brocade with Design of Lion Hunter)

This is a modified design from a brocade of the "Beaded Medallions Enclosing Four Mounted Lion Hunters", designated as the National Treasure, preserved in Horyu-ji temple in Nara, Japan since the 7th century. The original design consists of two pairs of kings mounting on horsebacks and shooting lions which are symmetrically placed on each side of a flowering tree in a pearl roundel that is the characteristic of Sassanian Dynasty of Persia. We have attempted to transfer the ambitious theme of the ancient brocade to a warp-patterned brocade in a new design eliminating the flowering tree, and depicting only one hunter and a lion, but adding gorgeous blossom design surrounding the roundels.