This is Sirusi-Hanten for babies made in the Meiji era. This is woven with a cotton thread dyed with an indigo plant and it is made indigo dyeing in Katazome. The part of the letter is dyed in Tutugaki. Most of Sirusi-Hanten of the baby might not be made in the Meiji era. Therefore it is very rare. The cotton is spun by hand. It is dyed with a natural indigo plant. There is not the damage and stain. Size: 42cm x 59cm (16.5 "x 23.2")
This is cotton Yogi of the Tohoku district (Shonai area) of the end of the Edo era. This has a very big crest of a simple crane and is impressive. A rich farming family used this for a visitor. As for this, dark indigo dyeing and the contrast with the crest of a white crane are very impressive. The indigo dyeing that is dark like a sumi black is a characteristic of Tutugaki of Shonai. The people of Shonai chose dark indigo dyeing to use good Yogi for a long time carefully...
This is Hanjyuban of the indigo dyeing cotton. Katazome of the body part is the light and shade of the indigo plant in Asanoha pattern. A part of the collars is NarumiKongata. Because a craftsman imitated Shibori of the Narumi district, this Katazome is called NarumiKongata. This resembles Shibori-dye, but is Katazome for the technique. Size 73cm x 61cm (28.7 "x 24")
This is Furosiki- cloth of the indigo dyeing cotton of the Edo era. This family coat of arms is very rare. There are several places of holes such as the photograph. There is no stain. Because it is a very simple design, there is very impressive beauty. Size: 130cm x 130cm (51.1 "x 51.1")
This is a noren used in the house of the merchant of Kyoto in the latter half of the Meiji. As for drawing the same line on the both sides of the noren, an expert technique is required. With the boldness that people get a lot of looks because it is a signboard, it is an impressive item. There is no hurt stain really. In thick cotton, dye of Bengara-dye is completely left...
It is a silk kimono made in Akita region in the latter half in the Meiji era. In the times when better quality was found in the Meiji era, this is a superior expensive item. It is a kimono of precious silk not to be able to make in the present age.There are very few stains a little. I recommend this to collection of you. Size: 117cm x 114cm (46 "x 44.8")
This is an attractive child kimono made late in the Meiji era. It is a design of Baku. Baku is an animal in the imagination to consume a nightmare. A parent is the item which let you make it in hope of the healthy growth of the child. There are no stain, damage. Size: 90cm x 83cm (35.4 "x 32.6")
This is made with crepe embroidery of the Edo era, printing silk, Akita silk. The time when this was made is the latter period of the Meiji. There is no stain dirt. The condition is good. The embroidery of four attractive cherry blossoms is impressive. Size: 89cm x 120cm (35 "x 47.2")
This is Hanjyban of Asamai (Akita) Sibori in the Edo era. The cotton is slightly thick. As for this, Sibori of Futaba of Aoi stands out in slightly slightly bigger Miura Sibori. The trace of the Sibori thread exists clearly beautifully. There are a few stains, but does not stand out. There is no damage. Size: 65cm x 65cm (25.5 "x 25.5")
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This flag is a very superior item produced by a bold line of Tutugaki, the delicate line of the sumi painting. The image of red Kintarou is an item to keep off an evil and smallpox. And the people prayed it in hope of the growth of the child. There are 22 places of embroidery marks of the flag. It is the embroidery that it is very unique, and is charming. 22 embroidery has each meaning. This has a thin stain...
This is an applique of very minute sewing and an item of the embroidery. Something like white ball is a ball of treasure given to Inari said to be Houjyu. The round pattern of the lower part is Shippo pattern and is embroidery. There is the name of an era of 1879 on the back side. The back side has several places of thin stains of the aging. There is no damage. The lining pulls whitewash in cotton. Size: 90cm x 110cm (35.4 "x 43.3")
It is Noragi used in Tohoku district Iwate. It is thick hemp Noragi. In this Noragi, there is Sashiko-stitech on the entire surface by hand. And it is called Yoroizasi. It is linear Sashiko-stitech. This Noragi was not used at all. Therefore a color of the indigo dyeing is left beautifully vividly. The lining is thick hemp of light indigo blue. It is very translucent beautiful indigo dyeing.It is called a Asa-Hanada color. This can enjoy both sides...