Item #373903
Obi
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Item No#373903
ItemNagoya Obi
Price$1100.00
Historyquite old
Conditionvery good
Fabricsilk
Techniquedye
Size width
  length
  Nagoya Obi
(Tare part)
  Nagoya Obi
(Belt part)
31cm  12 1/4"
367cm  144 1/2"
12 1/4" (31cm)
x 46" (117cm)
6" (15.5cm)
x 98 1/2" (250cm)
Weight0.81kg
Shipping method Express to United States 
 
  Standard to United States 
 
  Express to Europe 
 
  Standard to Europe 
 
$27.30
 
$14.50
 
$30.00
 
$14.50
 
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This is a tasteful Shioze Nagoya obi with flower design, which is dyed on the soft pink color base.
This piece is designed by Tokio Hata, a living national treasure, famous for his Yuzen technique.
Textile is shioze silk, and it has soft and comfortable smooth touch which is the feature of shioze silk.
There is a dyer's signature on 'tare'(wide end) and bottom of 'otaiko'(square bow).

*The background color may seem irregular on photos, but it is actually one tone of color as seen in HTML code.*

It has slight discoloration from 'taresaki'(end of wild part) to 'otaiko'(square bow).
It also has slight folding lines.
For the details, please refer to the photos and figure.

It is in very good condition as a whole.
Please enjoy its tasteful fashion!

*Tokio Hata*
The late Hata Tokio is a holder of the important intangible cultural asset of Yuzen and also the living national treasure.
He studied about Yuzen of Kaga and Kyo, and created his original Hata-Yuzen.
He mainly dyed beauties of nature.
Mandarin ducks are the signature motifs of his work.
He dyed the tapestry of the Tourou-yama float of the Gion festival, and the Furisode kimono for the late Princess Diana. His work has been appreciated not only in Japan, but also in the world.
Although we can't see his new work anymore, his eldest son, Noboru and his granddaughter, Toki, are also freehand drawing Yuzen dyer. The Hata-Yuzen is still inherited.

photo:oohashi
description:Okabayashi
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