"Rekazu" is a source from Manyoshu and Waka of plum blossoms. To celebrate the new era, we have prepared works of "Rehwa" commemorative Umebun. Let's enjoy life with fashionable plum goods even in a new era. <Japanese gift> Taking advantage of the kimono area that sleeps in a mochi, we protect the saying "Don't throw away the cloth that wraps three azuki beans." In an elderly woman in Watari Town, Miyagi Prefecture, and make products that value small residual cloths. Enjoy the beautiful Japanese designs selected from among the many old kimonos. A sign of happiness It is an auspicious pattern that is often used as a sign of happiness, and to know the meaning of Japanese patterns also leads to touching the depths of Japanese culture that has been passed down from ancient times. <Notes on purchase> ※ Because we produce everything by hand, please understand it as a one-point thing with slightly different sizes, shapes and patterns for each work. ※ We will produce multiple works from the same kimono only if you get a kimono that is in very good condition. Please note that depending on the cutting position of the fabric, the appearance of the pattern may deliver a slightly different work from the photo. ※ Please note that colors and textures may look different for pictures and real objects on the screen. If you are concerned, please contact us or refrain from trading. ※ Please note that the material used can not be identified in many cases, as there are many used items in the kimono material. In addition, we remake after we inspect enough and give processing such as washing. Depending on the fabric, if it gets wet, it may lose color and shrink, etc. Please handle with care. ※ Since we also sell at other sites, please forgive when sold out.