Reversible Obi-sash (half width) (Kiku Momi)
Reversible Obi-sash (half width) (Kiku Momi)
Reversible Obi-sash (half width) (Kiku Momi)
Reversible Obi-sash (half width) (Kiku Momi)
Reversible Obi-sash (half width) (Kiku Momi)
Reversible Obi-sash (half width) (Kiku Momi)
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Reversible Obi-sash (half width) (Kiku Momi)

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Obi", which 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) : Width: approx. 4" 2" (approx. 16cm) Length: approx. 10" 5" 3" (approx. 4.0m)

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Product Name : Reversible Obi-sash (half width) (Kiku Momi)
Product type : Obi Sash
Size (cm) : Width: approx. 4" 2" (approx. 16cm) Length: approx. 10" 5" 3" (approx. 4.0m)
Related Tags : Reversible Half-Width ObiPackaging AvailableObi
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Product Description

Informal half-width obi-sash, easy to wear. Enjoy double designs as it is reversible.

Pattern Description

Kiku Momi(Brocade with Design of Crumple in Chrysanthemum Shape)

The pattern of this brocade is originated from a design of an artistic work on paper lacquered with silver and gold entitled to Ō-kiku-momi, meaning crumple in chrysanthemum-shape, having been preserved in Kōetsu-ji temple in Kyoto made by Hon ,ami Kōetsu who lived in the Momoyama period (1573A.D.-1630A.D.) during which time the Japanese culture had ever been flourished, and was called a genius of all kinds of art. This brocade is skillfully woven leaving the abstract and the three-dimentional effect of the original work.