“Tsukiyakko” is a traditional Japanese umbrella with a crescent moon design that has been favored by people with a high sense of beauty since ancient times.
A single Japanese umbrella resembling a moonlit night is distinguished by the beauty of its light and dark colors. The fine craftsmanship of the craftsman is evident in this beautiful Wagasa.
The handle is made of black bamboo, which is a natural material that feels good in the hand.
This is one of the charms of this janome umbrella.
The village where the moonlight doesn’t shine is still in the hearts of those who look on it.
This is a waka poem written by Honen Shonin, a Buddhist priest and the founder of the Jodo sect.
Although there is no place where the moonlight (moonlight) does not reach, it is in the hearts of those who look at it that it resides. This is a mystical colored Japanese umbrella with the image of moonlight.
The inside of the umbrella is decorated with threads that match the color of the umbrella.
The Tsukikage pattern is made by inheriting the advanced techniques of skilled craftsmen, who take time to produce each umbrella with detailed handwork.
It fascinates the heart of the owner both from the outside and the inside.
Material:Japanese traditional paper ‘washi’
Color: Green and Purple
Length: About 74cm (about 29.1inch)
Diameter: About 105cm (about 41.3inch)