Tie (jyukayourakumon)

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

Tie (jyukayourakumon)

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

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Tie (jyukayourakumon)

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Tatsumura Bijutsu Orimono offers a wide range of traditional colors and patterns. We recommend them with confidence for business scenes and special occasions, and for a higher grade of coordination. Please wear our textiles to enhance your mood and atmosphere.


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Size (cm) : Overall length 145.5 Maximum width 8.5 Minimum width 3.0

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Product : Tie (jyukayourakumon)
Type : ネクタイ
Size (cm) : Overall length 145.5 Maximum width 8.5 Minimum width 3.0
Tags : Wrapping availableOriental ZodiacPattern: Chori-hua yang-rak patternnot yetFor Gentlemensheep
Other : The pattern may be different from the image shown due to the cutting process. Please understand this in advance.
Other : Gift wrapping service available

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Description

A tie with dignity and character with ancient design.

Patterns

Ju-ka-yo-raku-mon(Brocade with Carpet Design of Flower and Sheep, Joyfully Arranged)

The carpets made in the Silk Road, Central Asia, often said to be a beautiful decoration like a blooming flower, were woven in deserts or in oasises by the nomadic people while they were traveling with their sheep, goats, and camels. The carpets were carefully woven in severe weather circumstances with the designs of the flowers, the greens, and the natural lives, thoroughly arranged each other. They were used as the gorgeous decoration on the floor of their yurts (a portable house). We have woven this warp-patterned brocade, by our distinguished weaving technique, with the designs modeled after the ancient carpets and arranged to our own, recalling the landscapes and their daily lives of the past times.