Tsujikura craftsmen carefully tailor this durable and beautiful Japanese parasol from Kyoto's Kurotani Washi paper, which is handmade for the Japanese umbrella.
Kurotani's Unryu paper, handmade for Japanese umbrellas, is the strongest and most beautiful paper made by Tsujikura craftsmen.
Washi craftsmen and wagasa umbrella craftsmen work hard every day to preserve and pass on to future generations the traditions and culture that have been handed down from generation to generation since ancient times in Japan. The combination of these two traditional crafts has resulted in a beautiful and genuine Kurodani Washi umbrella through a number of processes. We are pleased to offer you a superb product made by "Kyoto Kurotani Washi" and "Kyoto Wagasa shop Tsujikura". [caption id="attachment_21122" align="alignnone" width="328"] Kurotani Unryu paper[/caption]
Bangasa (Sturdy umbrella)
"Fubuki" (blowing snow) The black bark of kouzo and other trees, as well as the thick fiber bonds, are not removed, leaving the texture of the bark as in "fubuki". The raw materials are carefully selected and manufactured with the utmost care and quality. We hope you will feel the long story of how it is made.
This is the strongest Japanese parasol with both durability and beauty, made of sturdy Kuroya Unryu paper hand-made for Japanese parasols by Tsujikura craftsmen.