A New Form of Kyoto Yuzen
This wool scarf expresses the colors and patterns of yuzen dyeing more vividly.
The Ireko-hishi pattern, a traditional Japanese pattern, is painted in shades of indigo and green and ochre on a natural wool fabric, creating a stylish and tasteful impression.
The scarf can be used anywhere as an accent to coordinate with your outfit as well as to keep out the cold or heat.
It can be used by all genders and ages, making it an ideal gift for fashionable people on birthdays, anniversaries, and other occasions with a sense of style.
|Country of origin||Kyoto, Japan|
|Technique||Kyoto Yuzen Dyeing|
|Size||W13.78 * D68.9 in. (W35 * D175cm)|
|Electronic Equipment||Dry cleaning is best for washing, but hand washing is also possible.
If hand washing, please be careful with the amount of detergent used.
Also, be careful when drying.
Please refer to the separate "Instruction Manual" for details.
|Note||Do not use a spinner to dehydrate the garment; instead, pat it gently on a bath towel to absorb the water.
Dry the garment in the shade. Iron directly onto the fabric at a medium temperature without while gently stretching the scarf.
The edges of the fabric are intentionally left unsewn. The edges of the fabric may fray once or twice at first, but as they are used, they will intertwine with each other and become naturally fringed, and will not fray.
|Delivery Time||1-2 weeks (if out of stock + 1-2 weeks)|