Uses Mino handmade Japanese paper dyed with Kakishibu from Kososhi Kobo.
By dyeing the persimmon astringent stock solution and iron mordanting several times, the color becomes even more astringent and dark.
Since the washi paper is rubbed and wrinkled, the expression of the washi paper is also delicious.
Kakishibu has the property of changing deeply in color, so you can enjoy the change over time.
Only if you use it for a long time.
A Japanese umbrella that can be used stylishly by men and women of all ages.
● Umbrella length approx. 60 cm
● Diameter about 106 cm
● Overall length (including handle) approx. 74 cm
● 44 bones
● Weight: Approximately 460g
● Production Takahashi Wakasa store Miki Tanaka
<Only one item available.
The ceiling paper (Japanese paper used under the cloth at the top of the Wagasa) of this product is the same Japanese paper used for the whole umbrella (black persimmon) dyed with persimmon astringent dye. Please note that some of the paper may differ from the photo shown here. (As of November 20, 2023).
There is a possibility that the product will be sold out by the time it is placed in the store.
In that case, there is a possibility that we will contact you to cancel your purchase.
Please understand in advance.
About restocking and orders
Because there are many one-of-a-kind Wagasa, even if they are "sold out", we publish them as Wagasa samples. If you would like a Wagasa of the exact same specifications, please contact us by e-mail. In addition, if you wish to place an order for original specifications, there is a possibility that a separate order fee will be charged. Please contact us.
Contact: email@example.com [Attn: 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.