This is good-quality hemp Noragi made in the Echigo district in the Edo era. This hemp thread is spun by hand delicately. The design is snowy ring and grass. This has several places of holes and repair traces. This is repaired in good-quality hemp Kasuri and white good-quality hemp. There is no dirt. Size: 86cm x 104cm (33.8 "x 40.9")
This is Boro Futon-cover used in Niigata in the Meiji era. Edo, Meiji and cotton of the Taisho era are performed a combination of. It is stripe, Kasuri, plain fabric and Kousi. This can enjoy both sides. You can enjoy surface Tsugihagi and a checked pattern of the lining. Size: 181cm x 116cm (71 "x 45.6")
This is Boro cloth used in Niigata in the Meiji era. A line of Sasikoâstich is artistic and is interesting. As for the cotton, the item of a type placed in Edo Simachou is used. Sasiko-stich has an item of the Meiji era and an item of the Showa at the same time. There is the influence of the times to the line and thread. As for this, the passage of times lives together. Size 175cm x94cm (68.8cm x 37cm)
This is Tsutsugaki Hanten of the very big size of the Meiji era. As for this, the powerful face of the dragon is very impressive. The good cotton of this texture is spun by hand. The part of the sleeve has two or three places of slightly thin stains. It does not stand out.As for this, the state is complete. There is no damage. You can enjoy it in this. This is dyed with a natural indigo plant. shoulder length64cm(25.1") Size: 125cm x 130cm (49.2 "x 51.1")
This is Asamai-Shibori cloth used in Akita of the Meiji era. It is the texture that this cotton is spun by hand, and is good. This is dyed with a good natural indigo plant and a Hanada- color is very impressive. It is rare to use a Hanada- color for a color of the groundwork. The pattern is maple leaf and Tatewaku-Shibori. Please enjoy delicate rolling of Tatewaku-Shibori. Size: 171cm x 34cm (67.3 "x 13.3")
This is Fukusa made in Kyoto in the Edo era. The movement of the feather is sharp, and this is impressive. This has the part which a black thread slightly came off like image F1. F2. There is slight slack of the thread such as the F3 image. The size 78cm x 68.5cm (30.7" x 26.9")
This is Momen-Yuuzen Tsutsugaki made in Kyoto. This is a natural indigo plant in a piece of cloth, and Trumpet shell is dyed in many colors of the Yuuzen- dyeing. This is expressed definitely in very delicate line of "Itomenori" which is one of the Yuuzenn- dyeing technique, shading off of the color and bold "Sironuki" line. This is uncommon expression in other districts. Cotton is good-quality cotton of Edo spun by hand. There are several places of pole small holes such as image 1...
This is large-scale very gorgeous Silk Fukusa used in a rich family in the Edo era. As for this, golden thread and Benibana- dyeing of splendid nature are very luxurious. This does not have a stain and damage at all. The lining is Silk, too. As for this, a color and gold of vivid Benibana- dyeing are very impressive. Size: 85cm x 85cm (33.4 "x 33.4")
This is Asamai-Shibori Kimono dyed with a natural indigo plant in the Meiji era. This cotton is spun by hand. This pattern is leaf of Bashou and Funndou. This is a good texture. This has two or three places of thin stains. There are several places of repair traces on the back side. This shows a lot of almost none of the surface repair traces. Size: 126cmx 117cm (49.6 "x 46")
This is Utishiki of Nishijin-textile made in Kyoto. The pattern of the texture is a crane and a cloud. This has 23 places of thin stains and a one place color becomes light. There is no damage. The name of an era of the back side is Tenpo8(1837) year. Size: 98.5cm x 99.5cm (38.7 "x 39.1")
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This is very rare Sashiko made in the Hokuriku district in the Meiji era. The cotton cloth is thick good feel in Hand-spun. There is the design of a diagonal indigo blue stripe on the cloth of white background from the about 16th century, but it is very unusual in Sashiko.It is very unusual, and Sashiko produced with two threads of white and the indigo blue is very unusually special. The farmer wore it to attract attention at the time of festival. There is almost no thing of the same form...
This is a kimono without the sleeve of indigo dyeing Patched Sashiko-stitch BORO of very rare surprise of the Edo era. This is all an original state. As for this, the good cotton of a texture spun by hand in the Edo era is used. This was colored into Katazome, Shima solid color with an indigo plant of nature. This has the cotton cloth which can appear in Shima-cho of the Edo era. In the rich area, I possessed a lot of Hagire of the cotton. As for this, hemp thread is used for all Sashiko...
This is Shibori Kimono made in Aichi Narumi area of the Meiji era. This is made with the good cotton including the texture and a natural indigo plant. The blue dyed cloth without a pattern cotton of the lining is a good item of the textures. F1 Some colors of the edge of right sleeve faded. There is the small stain such as the image of F2. F3. The thin stain of the F3 image is top part of the folds of the collars. It does not stand out...
This is a textile woven in Kyoto Nisijin in the Edo era. This is silk Kinran. This is a very luxurious item. This has a flower and a beautiful pattern of Sipoutunagi. F1 image There is getting burnt approximately 2cm in the central part, but hardly attracts attention. The silk lining has damage. It is a tear and several places of small holes. Size: 205cmx111cm (80.7 "x 43.7")
It is indigo dyeing Patched Sashiko-stitch beautiful BORO kimono of very rare and amazing in the Edo era . This is all an original state.This can enjoy both sides. As for this, the good cotton of a texture spun by hand in the Edo era is used. This was colored into Katazome, Shibori, solid color with an indigo plant of nature. This was found in the very rich area of the Tohoku district. It was food, money and an easy heart. As for this, hemp thread is used all for Sashiko...
This is thick cotton of very valuable natural Shikon- dyeing of the Edo era. This was soaked in Nanbu-Shikon and was dyed. There was little amount, and the Sikon dye of Japanese nature was very precious. This is the item which is very valuable to know the color of Edo Shikon left in current Japan. This was made in Aomori for Edo period. This is cotton of a thick, good texture spun by hand. There are two or three places of thin stains such as the image of the F1. The state is good...
This is Katazome cotton of the Meiji era. It is spun by hand and this is dyed with an indigo plant of nature. Turumaru crest and the design of the whirlpool are very impressive. There are pole small eyelet several places such as the F1.F2. image. In the center, there is an extremely thin line like an image F3. There is little damage. Size: 182cmx34cm (71.6 "x13.3")
This is tsutsugaki textile used in Niigata area. This cotton is spun by hand and is a thick, good texture. This is dyed with a high quality indigo plant of nature. The expression of a simple turnip is impressive. This is good Tsutsugaki which it is simple, and expressed dynamism in a bold white line. Tsutsugaki of Niigata has a correct technique and good composition. Dark Hanada color of the cloth is clean. There is little hurt. Size: 182cm x 162cm (71.6 "x 63.7")