This umbrella is made of handmade Japanese paper dyed in the color of dew grass and bamboo, and is hand-made by skilled craftsmen. Only a few of these are produced each year.
Janome (Slender umbrella)
This is a Japanese umbrella with a traditional crescent moon pattern from ancient times. The stopper that adjusts the opening and closing of the umbrella is also made of wood. This is Tsujikura's most popular product, made mainly of bamboo, handmade Japanese paper, and wood.
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.
"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.