70 Ulala | Flower Balls Beige
“Kusudama” is said to be an ornament's decoration. In customs handed down from China, it was said that if one wears jacquards or put them on pillars in the home, one can evade innocence and gain long life.
On the other hand, “Tachibana” is used as a decoration in the Hinamatsuri festival and has been thought to have power of an “amulet” or “evil payment” since ancient times. It is also said to give “long life and longevity”, and to be a symbol of a healthy life.
- Code : 10051-202
- Dimensions : 70 x 70 cm (27.6″ x 27.6″).
- Weight : 83 g.
- Material : 100% polyester.
- Made in Japan.
- Gift Wrapping (Bottle etc..)
Japanese traditional print patterns have many interesting aspects. For example, the “Ulala” series expresses the animals and plants of the four seasons as experienced in Japan; these patterns are also common in Kimono designs.
It is worth paying attention to the design and color usage. As well as the Japanese formal patterns, the series highlights checkerboards and lattices which are structured to maximize the charm of the wrapping. In addition, we stick to the color that is close to the modern lifestyle, and devised a color that is a point such as “fluorescent dye” and “pearl”.
One can also use it as a “gift”, “wrapping” to enjoy the four seasons. Although it is a classic pattern, it is a series that expresses a new “Japanese”.