Women Silk Nagoya Obi Belt With Tailoring - Light Gray Nishijin Brocade, Scale-shaped Rokutsugara Pattern-
Women Silk Nagoya Obi Belt With Tailoring - Light Gray Nishijin Brocade, Scale-shaped Rokutsugara Pattern-
Women Silk Nagoya Obi Belt With Tailoring - Light Gray Nishijin Brocade, Scale-shaped Rokutsugara Pattern-
Women Silk Nagoya Obi Belt With Tailoring - Light Gray Nishijin Brocade, Scale-shaped Rokutsugara Pattern-
Women Silk Nagoya Obi Belt With Tailoring - Light Gray Nishijin Brocade, Scale-shaped Rokutsugara Pattern-
Women Silk Nagoya Obi Belt With Tailoring - Light Gray Nishijin Brocade, Scale-shaped Rokutsugara Pattern-
Women Silk Nagoya Obi Belt With Tailoring - Light Gray Nishijin Brocade, Scale-shaped Rokutsugara Pattern-
Women Silk Nagoya Obi Belt With Tailoring - Light Gray Nishijin Brocade, Scale-shaped Rokutsugara Pattern-

Women's Silk Nagoya Obi Belt With Tailoring - Light Gray Nishijin Brocade, Scale-shaped Rokutsugara Pattern-

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Regular price $356.00
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[Special about this product]
This obi belt is a Silk Nagoya Obi* made of Nishijin Brocade*, Rokutsugara pattern* for Japanese traditional kimono with tailoring.

[NOTE]
*IT TAKES ABOUT 2 WEEKS TO TAILOR IT AFTER YOUR ORDER CONFIRMATION.*
*We do not accept returns after tailoring.
*The tailoring is Nagoya tailoring (with a cotton core and the tips of the hands sewn in half).


[Features]
•Color: Light Gray ground, White and Puple
•Design:It is a clean vertical stripe made of white scales/plants, purple diamond-shaped and coin-shaped

[Materials]
100% silk
Certificate No. 2219 with certificate of Sasaki Dyeing & Weaving Co.
Made in Japan


[Recommended Products]
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*Nishijin Brocade; "A first-dyed patterned fabrics produced in Kyoto (Nishijin), which is characterized by high-mix low-volume production. It was designated as a national traditional craft on February 26, 1976. Weavers in Nishijin have been making efforts to develop their creativity and expressiveness to create excellent designs, in addition to refining the high techniques that have been continuously accumulated since the Heian period (794-1192).

*Nagoya Obi; One type of Obi Belt that is shorter and lighter than "Fukuro obi," and because it is sewn together in advance, it is very compact and easy to tie. It is also used mainly in a knot called an "Otaiko"

*Rokutsugara pattern; One type of obi, which is wrapped around the body and has a pattern from the tip and front of the obi to the tip of the tare, is called a "Rokutsugara" pattern.


*Please note that the color of the product can look slightly different depending on the environment such as the computer screen.