It is small, but the production, materials, and craftsmanship are exactly the same as the real thing!
Washi paper from the Takahashi Wagasa store [Murazome] is used.
The main color is purple, with blue and green also showing up here and there, just like hydrangeas.
It adds a splash of color to your tabletop as if a flower has bloomed.
The thread stitching is a lovely soft pale blue.
The size is just cute.
As with the parasol, it is made of unoiled Japanese paper, so please be careful not to get it wet.
It opens and closes, so it is delivered closed.
The color difference between "Purple A" and "Purple B" can be seen in the 4th to 7th pictures.
◆Handles and rocro: Kazuo Nagaya, Nagaya Woodworks
Wagasa umbrella production: Miki Tanaka, Takahashi Wagasa
Length of umbrella: approx. 21cm
Diameter: approx. 37 cm
Total length (including handle): approx. 28 cm
Number of bones: 24
Weight: approx. 75g
Comes in a box
＜Only available in limited quantities.
There is a possibility that the product will be sold out by mistake since it is also sold in the store.
In that case, we may contact you to cancel your purchase even if you have completed the purchase procedure. Please understand this in advance.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org [Contact: Kawaguchi].
All Gifu Japanese umbrellas are carefully made one by one by the hands of craftsmen.
It takes over two months to make one Japanese umbrella.
Japanese umbrellas, which are said to be ``open as flowers, closed as bamboo'', are traditional Japanese crafts that are filled with the skill of craftsmen and attention to detail.
Each Japanese umbrella is created through numerous production processes that last over two months.
The thoughtfulness of craftsmen and traditional techniques create delicate beauty.
The framework of a Japanese umbrella is made from a piece of bamboo that is split evenly and assembled so that when the umbrella is folded, it returns to its original shape.
The moment you open it, the colors of the Japanese paper and the delicate threads create a beautiful shadow that surrounds the person holding it.
All of these are the only Japanese umbrellas in the world, created through the painstaking work of craftsmen.