Nishijin-Ori Textile “Tea ceremony Paper Holder”

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Nishijin-Ori textile, which are figured cloth that represents Japan, produced in the Nishijin area in Kyoto.
The history dates back to the 5th century. In the Heian period, the luxury woven textiles have produced for the court and the aristocrats.
The feature is Sakizome, the dyeing of the threads first before weaving the cloth, which can be dyed in the deep colors and they are hard to fade.
Nowadays, the various products for accessories, and for interior use such as wall hangings, are being created.

The product is a paper holder which is an indispensable item for a tea ceremony.
It cuts an Obi sash by choosing an impressive part, uses it, and is carefully expressed with the texture of silk, so it is so luxury.
It is also recommended using as credit cards case or passport case, wallet, and creating many ways.
The lucky pattern is a combination of flower and arabesque, which means of prosperity and longevity.
It is produced by Tonami Fabric Co., Ltd.

【Specification】
・Material/ Silk
・Size/ W20.5×H11×D1.5cm

・Weight/ 250 g
・Made in Japan

Product Type: KITCHEN AND DINING
Collection: TEA CEREMONY
Collection: NISHIJIN BROCADE

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