The Janome pattern is called “snake’s-eye pattern” because the white ring pattern looks like a snake’s eye.
It is considered a traditional and prestigious pattern for Wagasa, as there are many ukiyoe pictures of beautiful women holding a snake’s eye pattern.
It is said that the snake’s-eye pattern “protects from misfortune and brings good luck.
It is said to protect against misfortune and bring good luck.
It is often chosen as a gift for loved ones with the wish that they will lead a happy life.
It is dark reddish brown. It was named “Bengala” because it was produced in the Bengal region of India.
The reddish-brown snake eyes pattern is an elegant shade of Japanese umbrella, suitable for both men and women.
Material: Japanese traditional paper ‘washi’
Length: About 74cm (about 29.1inch)
Diameter: About 105cm (about 41.3inch)