This is an eye-catchy Fukuro obi
with vibrant 'Arisugawa' (stylized deer) pattern, which is woven.
Its dynamic and impressive design is attractive.
Textile is exquisite silk and has soft touch.
(Lining is not added inside and it is light.)
It has linear uneven spot of weaving for about 17.72in(45cm) on 'Maegara' (front patterned part).
(refer to the 7th photo)
The both end of the line coming out like (A) and on the wrong side as well (B).
Although not shown on the photo, it has the same line for about 12.20in(31cm) around the red deer of lower otaiko(square bow).
(It will be hidden if tied neatly.)
It also has a snag of silver thread for about 0.98in(2.5cm) near (A). (refer to the 2nd flaws photo)
It has some other flaws such as whitish stains on belt part.
For the details, please refer to the photos and the sheet.
Though it has a few flaws, it's still wearable enough with very good condition if you are familiar with secondhand items.