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Roketsu Kusaha L

Roketsu Kusaha L

Regular price 55,000
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From a kimono with small patterns depicting leaves using Roketsu dyeing.

Wax-dyeing is a labor-intensive process using multiple colors. When using multiple colors, the process of placing wax on the handle, dyeing it, and removing the glue is repeated several times to complete the process.

Furthermore, for the small patterns, which have detailed patterns all over the kimono, this process is repeated for each kimono, resulting in a work that is mind-bogglingly delicate and intricate.

This kimono allows you to fully experience the unique texture of wax dyeing.

The branches and leaves of plants are considered to be a symbol of "life force" because they remind us of strength and growth.

Waxuezome - One of the oldest techniques called Tenpyo Sanjo. By applying wax to the handle and dyeing it, the wax part will be dyed white. It is characterized by a pattern that looks like it is cracked. Until the Heian period, beeswax was imported from China, but with the abolition of the envoys to the Tang Dynasty, the technique of wax-making was lost, and was revived in the Meiji period.

Length 69cm/Width 61cm/Shoulder width 48cm/Sleeve length 26cm

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*Since it is hand-sewn, there may be slight differences depending on the product.

Instructions (please confirm by all means)

・Because we use vintage kimono, the fabric of the product may be weaker than synthetic fibers. Be careful not to pull too much or apply too much force. (In the unlikely event that the item is torn, cracked, or frayed, we can also provide maintenance services.For more information, please see `` Maintenance ''.)

・Although the item is washed and pre-shrunk before being tailored, there may be slight discoloration or shrinkage due to sweat, etc. By wearing innerwear, you can prevent sweat from adhering to your clothing, shrinking it, and preventing it from deteriorating.

・As we use vintage kimonos, there may be discoloration that cannot be removed, dye blemishes, or weaving difficulties. Please understand this and enjoy the texture of the kimono.



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All products priced at 55,000 yen (tax included) or more are guaranteed for one year from the date of purchase.

For details, please refer to " Maintenance and Warranty ".

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One-of-a-kind items made by craftsmen

All of our products are made from antique/vintage kimonos.
Taking advantage of the kimono made with the techniques of the time, modern craftsmen have reborn it into beautiful, high-quality aloha shirts.
100 years ago, Japan was a time when culture and art flourished, and many craftsmen were at the center of it.
In order to preserve the kimono culture for future generations with respect for the craftsmen of the time, we finish each one by hand.

Please wear it carefully for a long time while thinking about the craftsmen of the time.

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