Kimono Yukata Hair rubber Hair ornament that calls happiness Yonezawa Ori

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WATALIS products are selected as souvenirs when the Governor of Miyagi Prefecture visits overseas. It was handed over from the prefectural governor to the president of Taiwan. "One and only" "Nostalgic new beauty" "Polite handwork&

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Kimono Yukata Hair rubber Hair ornament that calls happiness Yonezawa Ori

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<One beauty in the world that brings happiness to you> The material of this work is a kimono with a congratulatory pattern, chosen from thousands of sheets that fall asleep. Each one is carefully handcrafted with the feeling of wishing for the happiness of those who hold it. <Premium series> What I imagined was a natural and elegant woman who was able to convey a sense of dignity while acting softly and relaxedly. We chose antique kimonos with vibrant colors that would stretch out straight when worn. It is a work where you can feel a subtle luxury in a refined appearance. Delivered in a chic black mount that highlights vibrant colors. <Japanese gift> Utilizing a kimono that sleeps in a cocoon, the local woman in Watari Town, Miyagi Prefecture, observes the legend that “do not throw away the cloth that wraps three azuki beans”, and makes things that shape the beauty and love of living in a small cloth. The It is also appreciated as a gift to accompany a little thanks and greetings. <Items that produce daily hairstyles in style> As well as retro-modern hair accessories, it can be used for a wide range of notebook holders and armbands. It is convenient to have one bowl. <Happiness sign Kissho pattern> A congratulatory pattern often used as a sign of happiness, and knowing the meaning of Japanese patterns also leads to a deep touch on Japanese culture that has been passed down since ancient times. <Happiness to watch and fun to collect> Kissho pattern kimono that will delight your eyes is an item that brings you a happy image just by looking at it. If you collect your favorite works, you can create your own gallery. *The photograph is an image. Products are sold one by one. [Material] Kimono, Silk, Yonezawa Ori Takashi Uesugi, who ruled the Yonezawa clan in the Edo period, is a traditional craft "Yonezawa Ori" that has taken root as Yonezawa's industry. It is characterized by a delicate pattern and a soft hand knitted with fine yarn on silk woven with high density with thin yarn. [Size] Button part diameter 3.8 mm and 2.2 mm, rubber band diameter 5 mm (circumference length 18 mm) <Notes on purchase> * Since everything is manufactured by hand, please understand that the size, shape and pattern of each work differ slightly. * Only when you get a kimono with good condition rarely, we will produce multiple works from the same kimono. Please note that depending on the cutting position of the fabric, we may deliver works with slightly different patterns. * Please note that the photo and the actual item on the screen may look different in color and texture. If you are interested, please contact us or refrain from dealings. * Please be aware that there are many cases where the material cannot be specified because there are many second-hand goods and there are no indications on the kimono fabric used as the material. In addition, we remake after thoroughly inspecting and processing such as washing. Some fabrics may lose color or shrink when wet, so please be careful when handling them. ※ As we sell in other sites, please forgive when sold out.

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