A parasol made by stacking two different pieces of Japanese paper called double-strand.
The front is made of Japanese paper dyed in light ink, and the inside is made of Japanese paper dyed with persimmon astringency.
Both sides are Mino handmade Japanese paper from Kososhi Kobo.
The depth of the color of the persimmon tannin due to the wrinkles rubbed on Japanese paper is very astringent and cool.
The table is light and the inside is dark, so it feels even cooler.
The overhanging pattern is also unique.
A stylish parasol that is easy to use and practical, regardless of gender.
The handle is removable and convenient to carry. [Specifications] ◆Umbrella length: approx. 50.5 cm ◆Diameter: approx. 91 cm ◆Overall length (including handles): approx. 77 cm ◆Number of bones: 40 ◆Hands: black bamboo, wood repellent (not removable) ◆Production: Kasabiyori - Mikiko Kawai
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