68 Silk Chirimen Yuzen Dyeing No.13 (Heavy weight) | Tabane-Noshi Vermilion
Bigger size of silk furoshiki use in wedding in Japan.Lucky omen pattern “Noshi” (long thin strip of dried ase-ear orpaper attached to a gift) It was patterned the gift option of Noshi decoration (dry abalone) in Edo period.It is typical happy omen pattern.
- Code : 30631-202
- Dimensions : 68 x 68 cm (26.8″ x 26.8″).
- Weight : 224 g.
- Material : 100% silk.
- Made in Japan.
- Gift Wrapping (Bottle etc..)
68 Silk Chirimen Yuzen Dyeing No.13 (Heavy weight)
In the Edo period (1688-1704), Yuzen Miyazaki was a famous painter of folding fans in Kyoto. The “Yuzen” technique takes his name and is used in creating a novel “kosode” (a typical short sleave garment) using a dye which involves free drawing of refined and brilliant patterns, much like a fan. The Yuzen method includes etching paint using drops of acidic persimmon juice and a paper pattern. Yuzen can also be used to decorate sliding doors, adding colours one by one. (* the value or weight of the silk thread - a larger number means better quality)