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Yuzen Goshoguruma L

Yuzen Goshoguruma L

Regular price 55,000
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From the Edo-zuma kimono, which is luxuriously dyed with auspicious patterns.

It is said that the name ``Edo tame pattern'' was given to the hem pattern dyed in the Edo period (a pattern only on the hem of a kimono), and today it refers to the kimono itself with a hem pattern worn at weddings.

It is said that the Edo sleeve pattern was also drawn on the kimonos of women in the O-oku area.

This is a valuable antique piece from the early Showa era that was custom-painted by a craftsman for a special occasion.

The chrysanthemum pattern, the pine pattern, the imperial car, and other patterns that are drawn using plenty of fabric are all auspicious patterns that have auspicious meanings.

It has a calm color scheme but a luxurious pattern that incorporates many patterns.

Yuzen - A dyeing technique that was created by reproducing the painting style of Miyazaki Yuzensai, a fan artist from the Edo period, in dyeing fabric. By applying glue to the outline of the pattern, a detailed painterly style is created. Yuzen, which is completed through at least 12 to 15 steps, is a work that brings together various techniques of artisans such as dyeing, embroidery, and gold painting.

Length 72cm/Width 57cm/Shoulder width 48cm/Sleeve length 27cm

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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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