Summer Fukubukuro 2024] Summer Nagoya Obi Set A

*The pattern may be different from the image shown due to the cutting process

Summer Fukubukuro 2024] Summer Nagoya Obi Set A

*The pattern may be different from the image shown due to the cutting process

Summer Fukubukuro 2024] Summer Nagoya Obi Set A

*The pattern may be different from the image shown due to the cutting process

Summer Fukubukuro 2024] Summer Nagoya Obi Set A

*The pattern may be different from the image shown due to the cutting process

Summer Fukubukuro 2024] Summer Nagoya Obi Set A

*The pattern may be different from the image shown due to the cutting process

Summer Fukubukuro 2024] Summer Nagoya Obi Set A

*The pattern may be different from the image shown due to the cutting process

Summer Fukubukuro 2024] Summer Nagoya Obi Set A

*The pattern may be different from the image shown due to the cutting process

Summer Fukubukuro 2024] Summer Nagoya Obi Set A

*The pattern may be different from the image shown due to the cutting process

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[Summer lucky bag 2024] Tailored Nagoya Obi Set A

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As a summer grab bag, we have prepared a special set of summer Nagoya obi, gauze sukiya bag, gauze kaishi-in, gauze fan, tote bag, and tumbler.
The set includes a cool Nagoya obi, tea ceremony utensils to coordinate with it, a bag, and a tumbler. Please take this opportunity to get the best of the summer season with Tatsumura Bijutsu Orimono's summer gift bags.

Purchasers of this item will also receive a special event "The Tatsumura Art Orimono Summer Bag".Gion Festival parade with Kyoto cuisineYou will be invited to the special event "Gion Festival Tour with Kyoto Cuisine" without any reservation.
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[About packaging and delivery
All items in the set are not packaged or boxed, as they are grab bag items. Please note that the package may be delivered in two pieces.
Please allow about 3 weeks for the obi to be tailored after purchase. There is no charge for tailoring.
Please note that this product is subject to "tailoring" after ordering. Since the obi cannot be restored to its original condition after it has been tailored, you cannot use "cash on delivery" as a post-payment method (orders with "cash on delivery" selected will be cancelled). Please understand this in advance.
However, the color of the product may differ from the actual product due to your monitor settings, room lighting, etc. Please understand this in advance. Please understand this in advance.
We do not accept returns, exchanges, or cancellations after product arrangements have been made for grab bag items. Please place your order with your understanding.

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Product : [Summer lucky bag 2024] Tailored Nagoya Obi Set A
Type : limited time
Tags : Wrapping not availableJapanese BagsSummer Nagoya ObiLimited quantity itemPattern_Sound design of Sounji pattern on a standPattern_Araiso patternEnshu CloisonneFUKUBAI BAGGauze Bag (Tote/Boston)Safflower FanTea utensils
Other : The pattern may be different from the image shown due to the cutting process. Please understand this in advance.

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Description

Set Contents
Honbukuro obi "Siamese Sarasa design", ground color: Ivory, length: approx. 4m44cm, width: 31cm
Obijime (pattern: Karahana Shuwatori Nagamotsu Nishiki) color: dark brown x white brown length: approx. 148cm
Tea ceremony bag (pattern: brocade with ryohana pattern (small brown))W28 x H29 (including handle) x D10 cm

About the obi
The obi will be tailored (cored tailoring) before shipping.
Please select Kanto tailoring or Kansai tailoring from the "Tailoring" menu.

Patterns

Araiso-mon(Design of Rough Shore)

This design is originated from one of the MEIBUTSU-GIRE, or specialty cloth imported into Japan in the 17th century from the continent, depicting vivid carp in the waves in rhythmical and refining manner. We have made into SHA weave which is thin and cool fabric, of which patterns are effected by patterning wefts which alternates with ground yarn.

Soun-ji Bundai-gire(Cloth Covering of a Writing Desk at Soun-ji Temple)

The design of this brocade is originated from a cloth which covered a writing desk and an inkstone case, preserved at Soun-ji Temple in Hakone, Kanagawa Prefecture, belonged to Sogi (1421-1502), the master of the "linked verse" type of poetry called renga, and is now designated as an Important Cultural Property. The original is a silver brocade with a ground filled with silvered paper stripes and patterned with a bine arabesque design of wild pink in colored yarns of green, maroon, and slight rouge. Adding a modern device to the original brocade, the new brocade is woven with our technique leaving the exquisite harmony of tastefulness and luxury of the original material.

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.