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Kyoto Noren Japanese Door Curtain 150x88cm Japanese Washi Fubuki Black Japan

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(Size)   : Approx. 88 x 150 cm / 34.64 x 59.05 inch 

(Material) :  100% Linen

(Origin) : Made in Japan / Kyoto

(Condition) : Brand new

(Note) :

A process of drawing a pattern by pasting Washi(Japanese paper) on the fabric with a special glue.
A new facial expression is created by blending the unique texture of Washi with the linen fabric. The contrast between the soft texture peculiar to Washi and the rough texture of linen fabric is attractive.
When light is through it, it creates a beautiful silhouette that looks like stained glass.

It is Noren curtain crafted with craftsmen's  special technique. 
A dyeing technique inherited by traditional craftworkers in Kyoto.
Hand draw, blurred dyeing, squeezing dyeing, using a unique indigo dye, persimmon juice dye.
There are various Techniques for Dyeing Cloth.In this Traditional process that is also very few in Kyoto, we will focused on how to Dyed Cloth(Rouketsu Batik).
The gradation and overlapping colors are beautiful. 
Also, the color you actually see and the color you can see when you hold it against the light are beautiful as well.
And it’s easy to maintain.
This Japanese Noren Curtain is carefully made by art craftsmen and not mass-produced goods in factories.Artistic Noren Curtain have great presence and can be fashionable as tapestries on the wall.

The Noren is originally used for the entrance of the house for the light removal.
It is also a feature of Noren that you can easily change the atmosphere of the room by hiding the back of the house from the entrance at the time of visiting,using the goods as a partition of the room and blindfold.
Since the olden days, people say that Norens Curtain are a mystical barrier against evil and can remove the bad vibes from outside that cause illness and other misfortune.

 

Weight:
500.00 Grams

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