Item #360920
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Item No#360920
ItemFukuro Obi
Price$1000.00
$800.00
Historyquite new
Conditionvery good
Fabricsilk
Techniqueweave
Size width
  length
30cm  11 3/4"
440cm  173 1/4"
Weight0.86kg
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This is a fabulous Fukuro obi designed by Tokusen Fujibayashi, one of the famous weavers in Kyoto.
It is woven uroko(fish scale), flower and wave pattern.
Textile is exquisite silk and has soft touch.
It has a stamp on tare-saki(end of the wide part).
Lining is not added inside.

It has frays on tare-saki(end of the wide part).
It has slight folding lines on the wrong side.
For the detail, please check figures and photos.

Please enjoy its luxurious pattern adding extra elegance to your kimono fashion!

photo:sakon
description: Hino

*Tokusen*
The first generation Tokusen established the weaver of the Imperial standard for not only the royal house but also purveyors to the Imperial Household Agency in Kyoto in 1680.
Thereafter the name has been succeeded from generation to generation.
The twelfth generation Tokusen Fujibayashi was the International traditional industrial artist who worked active based in Kyoto.
He was a successor of Japanese traditional art 'Rinpa'.
He also believed in 'beauty, noble, dignity' as an idea of the creation, and he performed his work production that established 'prayer to world peace' in his principal objective.
He was awarded the Ojuhosho (Medal with a Yellow Ribbon for industriousness) and recognized as one of the UNESCO authors.
He designed a technique that makes kimono sparkle by weaving jewels and platinums into the kimono fabric.
He passed away in 2013.
*Approx background color - HTML code (5B78AB)

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