Product DetailsThis umbrella makes best use of its material, which is strong and big-boned. It gives simple but chic image with bamboo and Washi paper. This Wagasa is used for the greeting and send-off at the Japanese-style inns and Japanese restaurants.
It is finished with lacquer painted on the closed umbrella bones.
A single black lacquer is used for this umbrella.
The bones have a gentle curve to separate the weight of the snow, which makes the closed umbrella look roundish.
This is a simple and minimalized high quality Bangasa.
Bangasa is a Japanese umbrella with a simple, unpretentious and sturdy appearance.
We made a colored bangasa out of it.
Ebi-cha” is a reddish-brown or dark purplish-red bangasa that looks like a lobster. It was a favorite color for female students’ hakama from the mid to late Meiji era.
Ebi-cha, which has a unique texture that is neither red nor brown, is now available as a colored Bangasa.
Material:Japanese traditional paper ‘washi’
Length: About 75cm (about 29.5inch)
Diameter: About 110cm (about 43.3inch)