Sitate-nagoya-obi (The "Enshu"Brocade with Seven Treasures Pattern)
Sitate-nagoya-obi (The "Enshu"Brocade with Seven Treasures Pattern)
Sitate-nagoya-obi (The "Enshu"Brocade with Seven Treasures Pattern)
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Sitate-nagoya-obi (The "Enshu"Brocade with Seven Treasures Pattern)

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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 (The "Enshu"Brocade with Seven Treasures Pattern)
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

The "Enshū" Brocade with Seven Treasures Pattern

After the great tea-masters such as Riky ū, Oribe and Sekishū, Enshū Kobori (1577-1645) has become a distinguished expert of the tea ceremony in Japan.He contributed a great deal in designing the gardens of "Katsura" and "Shūgaku-in" and other famous gardens. Apart from garden construction, he ordered from China various works of art and craft using the cut patterns he designed himself and thus left a valuable cultural inheritance to posterity. The "Seven Treasures" pattern called the "Enshū" pattern is one of these works and is a good proof of his order to China. The desi gn with somewhat rectangular forms enclosing a round "Shippō" pattern and flowers such as a chrysanthemum, a camelia and a peony has become most famous. Today there are some cases where this pattern is used without conscious awareness and in this way shows its great influence.