Although small, the production, materials, and craftsmanship are exactly the same as the real thing!
Made of Mino handmade Japanese paper dyed with Gujo Honzome indigo. Gujo Honzome" is designated as an intangible cultural asset of Gujo City.
Hananakida (flower raft) refers to the appearance of petals floating on the surface of the water, flowing like a raft.
This blistering Japanese umbrella is named after the deep indigo color of the indigo dye, which resembles a river.
It brings to mind a fleeting yet beautiful scene of cherry blossoms, which is uniquely Japanese.
This size is just cute.
Like 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 difference between "Hana Raft A" and "Hana Raft B" can be seen in the 5th to 9th pictures.
Mino handmade Japanese paper: Koso Washi Workshop, Takeshi Kano
Indigo Dyeing: Gujo Honzome Watanabe Dyeing Shop, Kazuyoshi Watanabe
Handle, Clock: Kazuo Nagaya, Nagaya Woodworks
Wagasa umbrella: 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.
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