Tsujikura – the long-established wagasa manufacturer since 1690.
We have been preserving tradition and culture of Japanese umbrellas for over three hundred years.
Our hope is to introduce and bequeath the beauty of Japanese umbrellas to the world from historical Kyoto, wishing that people in the world, not only in Japan, would love Kyoto and Japan-made wagasa, the washi-made umbrellas and parasols.

辻倉は創業326年 日本で最古の和傘屋
手漉き和紙、草木染の和紙で作った蛇の目傘

Tsujikura were video interviewed!

Wagasa is made of Japanese paper and bamboo

Popular Products

Out of stock
Janome (Slender umbrella) $653.75

Janome (Slender umbrella) $672.98

The "Matte-black jyanome" is a revival of the traditional Japanese umbrella, using black bamboo for the handle and wood for the parts that hold the umbrella together. The lacquer used for the bones of the umbrella is matte black. The lacquer coating on the umbrella bones is matte black, which is not the glossy lacquer used in the past, but a deep and calm texture that enhances the chic atmosphere of the umbrella when it is opened.

Higasa (Japanese parasol) $403.79

Kurotani's Unryu paper, handmade for Japanese umbrellas, is the strongest and most beautiful paper made by Tsujikura craftsmen.

Bangasa (Sturdy umbrella)

Chojicha(Brown) / High Quality Bangasa

Bangasa (Sturdy umbrella) $365.33

This is a sturdy, old-fashioned Bangasa made of bamboo and Japanese paper. The Japanese paper is coated with vegetable oil specially designed for Japanese umbrellas to make it waterproof, so it can be used on rainy days.

Out of stock

Janome (Slender umbrella)

Koetsu-cha / Matte Jyanome Pattern

Janome (Slender umbrella) $672.98

The "Matte-black jyanome" is a revival of the traditional Japanese umbrella, using black bamboo for the handle and wood for the parts that hold the umbrella together. The lacquer used for the bones of the umbrella is matte black. The lacquer coating on the umbrella bones is matte black, which is not the glossy lacquer used in the past, but a deep and calm texture that enhances the chic atmosphere when the umbrella is opened.

Japanese Umbrella Interior

Mini Wagasa

$96.14

$96.14

"Shochikubai" Shochiku-bai is a combination of pine, bamboo, and plum as a symbol of auspiciousness and good fortune, and has been used in Japanese celebrations and as a design for gifts. This miniature Japanese umbrella with its auspicious Japanese design is also suitable for Japanese interior decoration. It is a must-have for authentic, commemorative gifts. It comes with a bamboo umbrella stand, umbrella bag and a box.

$96.14

This is a miniature size Japanese umbrella with a Yuzen pattern of seasonal flowers. The miniature size makes it easy to use as a Japanese interior. The miniature size is also suitable for Japanese interior decoration. It comes with a bamboo umbrella stand, an umbrella bag, and a cosmetic box.

 


 

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Kiwami
-Experience Rustic Colors-

Kyoto’s Hanamachi – Maiko, Geiko and Wagasa

赤い和傘を持った女性、京都

Jyanome (Slender umbrella)

吉兆 番傘に手書きで店の名前を入れる

Bangasa (Sturdy umbrella)

Japanese Parasol (Higasa)

Tsujikura's special selection
- TSUKIYAKKO -

赤色の蛇の目柄の和傘をもつ女性の後ろ姿

Tsujikura’s special selection
-Jyanome pattern-

Gift

和傘のインテリア 色とりどりの和傘が店内を彩ります

Japanese Umbrella Interior

HIME WAGASA

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Address 7F Tsujikura Bldg. Higashi-gawa Shijyo Noboru, Kawaramachi-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto Japan604-8026
Tel: 075-221-4396
Opening Hours 12:00 - 18:00 (Closed Wednesday)

Address 7F Tsujikura Bldg. Higashi-gawa Shijyo Noboru, Kawaramachi-dori, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto Japan604-8026
Tel: 075-221-4396
Opening Hours 12:00 - 18:00 (Closed Wednesday)