Sitate-nagoya-obi (iaru-no-ushi)
Sitate-nagoya-obi (iaru-no-ushi)
Sitate-nagoya-obi (iaru-no-ushi)
Sitate-nagoya-obi (iaru-no-ushi)
Sitate-nagoya-obi (iaru-no-ushi)
Sitate-nagoya-obi (iaru-no-ushi)
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Sitate-nagoya-obi (iaru-no-ushi)

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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 (iaru-no-ushi)
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

Iaru-no-ushi(The Bull in the I a r u Field)

It was a sincere hope of the ancient Egyptian that they could l ive happily in the next world after death in the same way as in this world. Their wish was common even to the animals, especially to the bulls as they were worshipped as the sacred in the ancient Egyptian religion. The "Field", or the "Field of Reeds", is the heavenly paradise of the next world in the ancient Egyptian mythology, where it is located on the eastern horizon from where the Sun rises. The design idea of this brocade is adopted from a wall painting of the "Field" drawn in the 19th Dynasty of Egypt (12C, BC) and woven into warp-patterned brocade with our exquisite weaving technique.