SANJIKU, originating from Kameoka town on the outskirts of Kyoto city, was first crafted about 40 years ago. It is a special kind of textile, intricately structured using three-way threads. It is not easily wrinkled, cannot be stretched, and has strength. It has been used as obi and coat for kimonos. The attractive features of this textile are elaborate patterns and delicate color gradation.

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TRANSPARENT

Textile such as lace, with transparency from the rough weaving.

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SOLID

Dense and hard textile originated from obi sash.

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COTTON

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