■”Kumodori Ryusui ni Ume and Black ” Parasol Tailoring
This Janome umbrella has an auspicious pattern symbolizing running water, which is a symbol of future eternity, and the vitality of the plum tree, as the flow of water, which is constantly renewing and changing its form, has a meaning of purification.
Skilled craftsmen handcraft this Japanese umbrella with attention to detail.
As a Japanese display, even just one of these umbrellas is enough to make a statement.
It is also chosen as a gift for people overseas.
It cannot be used as a rain umbrella because it is not coated with oil for water repellency.
▪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: Parasol (for decoration)
Material: Kyo-yuzen Japanese paper
Shaft : Wooden
Handle: Rattan wrapped
Latch : Metal
Headband: Waterproof double-layered cloth