This is a special type of parasol called "Ajiro" with a beautiful jagged eaves appearance due to two crossed eaves threads.
Mino handmade Japanese paper, which has been wrinkled by rubbing, is coated in white with gofun (a pigment made from shell powder used in Japanese painting). At first glance, it appears to be pure white washi, but when you look through it in the light, it comes to life. It looks like a snow-covered mountain.
The eaves are made of indigo-dyed washi by Gujo Honzome. The layers of eaves paper add to the depth of the indigo color.
The hand rokuro is specially finished with hon-urushi (wipe lacquer).
Brown silk threads are used to match the color of the lacquer.
The surface of the bone is painted in an elegant ivory color.
The handle is detachable with a screw type, so it can be carried compactly.
Length: approx. 48cm
◆Diameter: approx. 86cm
Total length (including handle): approx. 78cm
Number of bones: 40
Detachable cherry blossom handle
Weight: approx. 330g
Painting of bones: Water-based paint
Production: Miki Tanaka, Takahashi Wagasa
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