This is a summer sha Fukuro obi
with 'shou-chiku-bai'(auspicious three motifs - pine tree, bamboo and ume blossom), flying cranes on 'kanzesui' (swirl) pattern, which is woven.
There are also auspicious motifs such as 'takara'(treasure).
The woven gold foiled threads elegantly shine.
Textile is transparent stiff and smooth sha silk.
The wrong side is not transparent silk with woven 'kikko'(tortoise shell) pattern.
It could be worn in hitoe(not lined) kimono season.
There is only one 'maegara' (front patterned part) which will be shown when you start wrapping the obi from your left tummy to right(Rotate obi clockwise).
When you start wrapping the obi from your left tummy to right (Rotate obi clockwise), the maegara will appear.
It is relatively short.(13'1"/400cm)
Although there is no photo of it, there are frays on the corners of 'taresaki'(end of wide part).
There are relatively noticeable folding lines.
For the details, please refer to the photos and sheet.
Although it has some flaws, none of them bother to wear.
Enjoy wearing the glamorous design in summer.