◆Kinsai Kyo-yuzen “Goshokuruma”
Goshokuruma is a cart pulled by oxen used by aristocrats in the Kyoto area during the Heian period.
On the back of the cart was a box-like object with a graceful curtain pulled down, and the nobles climbed into the box and used it as a means of transportation.
As a vehicle for the nobility, it exudes wealth and elegance, and the pattern is classical and graceful.
It is also decorated with flowers that overflow onto the cargo bed.
As a Japanese display, even a single piece has a strong presence.
It is also chosen as a gift for people overseas.
It can be used as a rain umbrella.
▪Kyo-yuzen Japanese paper
“Jizome” is the process of dyeing the base of the entire washi.
Next comes the “Irosashi” process, in which the paper is dyed using a mold frame. It is repeated as many times as the number of colors.
Finally, the paper is dried with a hot plate and warm air to produce gorgeous hand-dyed Yuzen Japanese paper.
Specifications: Rain umbrella
Material: Kyo-yuzen Japanese paper (waterproofed)
Shaft : Wooden
Handle: Rattan wrapped
Latch : Metal
Headband: Waterproof double-layered cloth