Japanese Woven Neckties: Indigo Dyeing - Nishijin Textile
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Tokyo International Gift Show Autumn 2020 8th LIFE x DESIGN Award Winner
A new product from the popular indigo dyeing series at Kore Iiwa is now available. Bushu Shosai Dyeing & Japanese Traditional Textiles - Part 1 The large sword is dyed with Bushu Shosai and the small sword is made with traditional Japanese textiles. Some people say that they are worried about the color transfer of indigo dyeing. We have solved this concern by making the neck, chest, and other parts of the shirt touch the fabric. This is a dream collaboration of indigo dyeing from Saitama Prefecture and textiles from all over Japan. This is a dream collaboration between indigo dyeing in Saitama Prefecture and textiles from all over Japan. A traditional craft of Kyoto. Nishijin textiles, with their gorgeous designs, are popular overseas as well. This is a dream collaboration between such a gorgeous and fashionable traditional Japanese textile and the simple and easy to match Bushu Shoran Dye! How about a tie that is indispensable for business, or a gift for a promotion or birthday celebration? The indigo-dyed fabric has the potential to shift color when wet. Please be careful when handling it.