The hand-woven hemp tapestry that creates a modern Japanese interior.
It is dyed one by one using the traditional techniques such as brush dyeing, stencil dyeing and hand painting depending on the motif.
In Japan, there is the boy’s festival called Tango no sekku in May, which wishes for the growth of boys. Families with boys hang up the carp streamers outside their houses. The carp is a symbol of strength and success in life.
In this pattern, the three major heroes of the past, Kintaro, Momotaro, and Urashimataro in the fairy tale, are bravely straddle on the carp streamer. The cute turtle, a symbol of long life, is also drawn at the bottom. A playful design inspired by the healthy children.
Please note that the dyed color may slight differ from the photo depending on the temperature and humidity because of the handmade.
Also, since it is used the natural hemp spun, the width of the fabric may slight uneven, or the fabric may have dark lines. Please understand it as the texture of natural materials.
・Material/ Fabric：Hemp100% , Stick：Pine Wood , String：Polyester
・Size/ Fabric：W30×H120cm , Stick：W36×φ1.9cm
・Weight/ 260 g
・Made in China