NotificationWe would like to inform you that we will be closed to business for the summer from 8/15(Mon) to 8/17(Wed).
Any orders and inquiries during this time will be dealt with from 8/18(Thu). Thank you for your kind understanding.
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Tsujikura Online Shop
Follow the links bellow to explore our selection of Japanese umbrellas and to know more about our company. please feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding any of our products.
Tsujikura craftsmen carefully tailor this durable and beautiful Japanese parasol from Kyoto's Kurotani Washi paper, which is handmade for the Japanese umbrella.
Kurotani's Unryu paper, handmade for Japanese umbrellas, is the strongest and most beautiful paper made by Tsujikura craftsmen.
Bangasa (Sturdy umbrella)
This is a traditional sturdy Bangasa made of bamboo and Japanese paper. It can be used on rainy days because the Japanese paper is waterproofed by coating it with vegetable oil specially made for Wagasa.
"Evening Moon" This snake's-eye umbrella is designed to resemble the faintly floating moon seen in the evening. The inside of the umbrella is decorated with threads matching the color of the umbrella. The moonlit pattern is made by hand, using the advanced techniques of skilled craftsmen, and each piece is made by hand with meticulous attention to detail. It fascinates the heart of the wearer both from the outside and from the inside.
Janome (Slender umbrella)
Bangasa (Sturdy umbrella)
The "Matte-black jyanome" is a revival of the traditional Japanese umbrella, using black bamboo for the handle and wood for the parts that hold the umbrella together. The lacquer used for the bones of the umbrella is matte black. The lacquer coating on the umbrella bones is matte black, which is not the glossy lacquer used in the past, but a deep and calm texture that enhances the chic atmosphere of the umbrella when it is opened.
Washi craftsmen and wagasa umbrella craftsmen work hard every day to preserve and pass on to future generations the traditions and culture that have been handed down from generation to generation since ancient times in Japan. The combination of these two traditional crafts has resulted in a beautiful and genuine Kurodani Washi umbrella through a number of processes. We are pleased to offer you a superb product made by "Kyoto Kurotani Washi" and "Kyoto Wagasa shop Tsujikura". [caption id="attachment_21122" align="alignnone" width="328"] Kurotani Unryu paper[/caption]