Fukuro-Obi Yuri-kago Nishiki [Web Only]
Fukuro-Obi Yuri-kago Nishiki [Web Only]
Fukuro-Obi Yuri-kago Nishiki [Web Only]
Fukuro-Obi Yuri-kago Nishiki [Web Only]
Fukuro-Obi Yuri-kago Nishiki [Web Only]
Fukuro-Obi Yuri-kago Nishiki [Web Only]
Fukuro-Obi Yuri-kago Nishiki [Web Only]
Fukuro-Obi Yuri-kago Nishiki [Web Only]
Fukuro-Obi Yuri-kago Nishiki [Web Only]
Fukuro-Obi Yuri-kago Nishiki [Web Only]
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Fukuro-Obi Yuri-kago Nishiki [Web Only]

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Pattern Description

Yuri-kago Nishiki (Brocade of Cradle Design)

You will be impressed by mere sight the colorful petals which may remind you of "ayatori", cat's cradle, that you played in younger days. The rhythmical touch of this design and your memory of playing "ayatori" are combined to freshen your memory.

Coordinates in the Tatsumura style

~Cradle brocade (black) and crimson Komon

The classical atmosphere of black and red and the meaning of the patterns are entrusted to the outfit.

I matched "Yurikago Nishiki", which looks as if the patterns colored in light colors are dancing happily, with a deep red Komon. In the world of black and red, the obiage should be white with vertigo for a clean look and the obijime should blend in with the obi to tone down the classical elements a little for a modern look. The musubifumi pattern on the komon is a combination of the pattern of a single knot cut, which was once used to pass on love letters, and the pattern of the obi's ayatori motif with the keyword "tie". I believe that dressing in affinity with the pattern as well as the color is one of the most enjoyable aspects of kimono fashion.


Product Description

Tatsumura Bijutsu Orimono's sack belts are woven with the same yarn on both the front and back, a rare and unique weaving technique called "hon-bukuro".

There are no sewing seams in the obi itself, so it has an excellent fit to the body, and you can enjoy a comfortable feeling of wearing it for a long time without it shifting. It is suitable for a wide range of kimono, such as furisode, visiting kimono, tsukegaki, ikebana, colored kimono, komon, and plain silk.

It will take about three weeks to tailor the obi after purchase. There is no charge for tailoring.
*If you choose "No need (no box or wrapping)" for wrapping, the obi will be delivered in a tatoushi paper box. If you choose a paper box, the tatoushi will be attached separately. (If you don't need it, please write it in the remarks column.)

Size (cm) : (When tailored): 1 length, 1 shaku 8 sun (approx. 4.5 m)

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Product Name : Fukuro-Obi Yuri-kago Nishiki [Web Only]
Product type : Obi Sash
Size (cm) : (When tailored): 1 length, 1 shaku 8 sun (approx. 4.5 m)
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Click here for access to the Kansai Branch/Showroom [Japanese only MAP
〒615-0022
2F Life Plaza Nishioji-Shijo, 25 Saiin Hira-cho, Ukyo-ku, Kyoto, Japan
075-325-5580
Business hours: 9:00-17:30
Holidays: Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays

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〒104-0042
6F, Koho Building, 1-5-11 Irifune, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Japan
03-3551-5756
Business hours: 9:00-17:55
Holidays: Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays

About Tatsumura Bijutsu Orimono

Our Commitment
Originality", "Restoration", and "Aesthetics": these three elements are the basic spirit of our company, which has been passed down from Heizo I to the present. We would like to introduce our company's commitment to establishing a new field of "art textiles" in textiles.
History
Heizo Tatsumura I established the new field of "art textiles" based on his research and restoration of ancient textiles. We would like to introduce our company's path to the present day, consistently introducing the excellence of fine art textiles to the world.
About Heizo Tatsumura
Heizo Tatsumura I brought "innovation" to the world of textiles. He devoted himself to the research of traditional textiles such as the ancient textile fragments from Horyuji Temple and Shosoin Repository, and as a leading restorer, raised the status of textiles to that of an "art form".