“Tsukiyakko” is a traditional snake-eye umbrella with a crescent moon pattern that has been favored and cherished by people with a high sense of beauty since ancient times.
The single Japanese umbrella resembles a moonlit night, emphasizing the beauty of light and shadow. It is a very beautiful Japanese umbrella that showcases the meticulous craftsmanship of artisans.
The handle is made of black bamboo, which has a natural texture that fits comfortably in the hand. This is one of the charms of this snake-eye umbrella.
The inside of the umbrella features thread decorations that match the color of the umbrella. The Tsuikiyakko pattern is meticulously crafted, with skilled artisans using their advanced techniques to create each umbrella one by one. It captures the hearts of people from both the inside and outside.
“Tasogaretsuki” is a snake-eye umbrella that depicts the moon seen during the twilight period when a faint redness remains in the western sky before it gets dark.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)