“Tsukiyakko” is a traditional crescent moon patterned janome umbrella 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.
The craftsman’s meticulous handiwork stands out in it.
The handle is made of black bamboo, a natural material that feels comfortable in the hand.
It is one of the charms of this janome umbrella.
The inside of the umbrella is decorated with threads that match the color of the umbrella.
Tailored with the skills of skilled craftsmen, each piece of the Tsukiyakko pattern is made by hand, one by one, with time-consuming and meticulous attention to detail.
From the outside as well as from the inside, the umbrella captivates the hearts of those who hold it.
“Kyouka-suigetsu” is a Japanese umbrella with an image of the fantastic beauty of the moon floating on the surface of the water.
It is also a Japanese word that describes a situation that cannot be put into words.This umbrella is made with Washi paper. It is slim and light, the most simple style and easy to use. It is recommended for the first Wagasa. Maiko and Geiko in Kyoto are actually using this type of Wagasa.
Material:Japanese traditional paper ‘washi’
Length: About 74cm (about 29.1inch)
Diameter: About 105cm (about 41.3inch)