“Tsukiyakko” is a traditional Japanese umbrella with a crescent moon pattern 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 the fine handiwork of the craftsman.
-Kobai Hakubai Kanze Ryusui-
This Japanese umbrella has an auspicious pattern that represents running water, which is a symbol of future eternity, and the life force of the plum tree.
As a Japanese interior decoration, a single piece of this umbrella is enough to show its presence.
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.
Specifications: Rain umbrella
Material: Handmade special quality Japanese paper (waterproofed)
Shaft : Black bamboo
Latch : Wooden
Headband: Waterproof double-layered cloth