This is a graceful Kyo Fukuro obi
with exotic flower pattern, which is woven with Syukusyuku-ori technique.
(Syukusyuku-ori technique is used hand-made Japanese paper with natural dyed technique. Its theme is 'nature', and it is a one-piece item. It is rather tough touch with silk into the warp yarn and hand-made Japanese paper into the weft yarn.)
Textile is silk which has 'asanoha' (hemp leaf) and 'shippou-tsunagi'(interlocking circles) woven on the wrong side, and it is possible to use the wrong side as well.
It seems to be an untied one without any folding lines, but there are prominent discoloration and overall, it has tiny patinas. (No sheet)
Especially the discoloration on the center is noticeable.
Unfortunately, it is no longer wearable due to the disturbing discoloration.
It must be a good handcraft materials or must be available to use the wrong side.