104 Shigeyama Sengorou Kyogen | Kouringiku Russet
In the middle Edo period, the pattern that the painter Ogata Korin draws, which has found its own style and gained popularity, continues to be loved beyond the times. The plumply adorable “Korin chrysanthemum” design is widely used in woven fabrics and other patterns that represent “Rimpa”. Chrysanthemum is derived from the The Chrysanthemum Festival (The Choyo Festival) on September 9th and is also a flower meaning “longevity”.
- Code : 20569-304
- Dimensions : 104 x 104 cm (40.9″ x 40.9″).
- Weight : 341 g.
- Material : 100% cotton.
- Made in Japan.
- Bag etc..
Shigeyama Sengorou Kyogen
“Noh farce” is one of categories of Noh plays. Sengoro Shigeyama is distinguished family. The pattern of Noh cloth from generation and generation, This series is Sengoro Shigeyama’s official recognition pattern. Please using interior decoration and tapestry this un conventional pattern.