“Tsukiyakko” is a traditional crescent moon patterned umbrella with a snake’s eye design that has been favored and carried by people with a high sense of beauty since ancient times.
The beauty of the brightness and darkness of the colors stands out in the appearance of a single Japanese umbrella that resembles a moonlit night. It is a very beautiful Wagasa that stands out for its craftsman’s meticulous handiwork.
“Chrysanthemum arabesque with black lacquer”
Chrysanthemums have the meaning of “longevity” since they were introduced as medicinal herbs, and arabesques have the meaning of “longevity and prosperity” since they grow uninterruptedly. In the Edo period (1603-1867), this auspicious pattern was used in wedding arrangements.
The edge of the auspicious design is colored jet-black. The result is a beautiful and eye-catching Wagasa.
Specifications : Rain umbrella
Material：Handmade special quality Japanese paper (waterproofed)
Bones: bamboo, 44 pieces
Handle: Black bamboo
Headband: Waterproof double-layered cloth
Color classification: Green