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Foldable Hand Fan Made of Arimatsu Tie Dyeing Fabric with Flower Motifs

Foldable Hand Fan Made of Arimatsu Tie Dyeing Fabric with Flower Motifs
These fans are made of cloth with the tie-dyeing technique called Arimatsu Shibori, thanks to this technique the colors are vivid. The pattern being done by hand, there is small differences between each making of these fans a unique product.

Traditionally, Japanese fans were made of Japanese paper or dye cloth, yet nowadays, many are done with synthetic material, on the contrary these fans are hand-made according to the tradition with beautiful Japanese products only.
Foldable Hand Fan Made of Arimatsu Tie Dyeing Fabric with Flower Motifs

Foldable Hand Fan Made of Arimatsu Tie Dyeing Fabric with Flowers White on Black

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$22.04
Foldable Hand Fan Made of Arimatsu Tie Dyeing Fabric with Flower Motifs

Foldable Hand Fan Made of Arimatsu Tie Dyeing Fabric with Flowers White on Green

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$22.04
Foldable Hand Fan Made of Arimatsu Tie Dyeing Fabric with Flower Motifs

Foldable Hand Fan Made of Arimatsu Tie Dyeing Fabric with Flowers White on Pink

Regular Price:

$22.04
Takeda Kahei  

The technique of Arimatsu tie dyeing first started with Shokuro Takeda. He noticed that workers from southern Japan employed for the construction of Nagoya castle used tenugui cloth with unusual patterns. This inspired him to develop his own patterns using tie dyeing techniques. Takeda later moved to the city of Arimatsu, which then gave the name to this craft.

 

In 1872, Takeda Kahei decided to keep on the family tradition and opened the Takeda Kahei Shouten shop. Nowadays, the shop is still owned by the Takeda family and keeps on using the same hand-made traditional techniques to create many products from Yukata to purses.

 

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These fans are made of cloth with the tie-dyeing technique called Arimatsu Shibori, thanks to this technique the colors are vivid. The pattern being done by hand, there is small differences between each making of these fans a unique product. 
Traditionally, Japanese fans were made of Japanese paper or dye cloth, yet nowadays, many are done with synthetic material, on the contrary these fans are hand-made according to the tradition with beautiful Japanese products only. 
 
Takeda Kahei has been producing Arimatsu Shibori products since its establishment in 1872 by Takeda Kahei himself. Yet, the tradition of tie-dyeing technique is much older and was transmitted throughout the generations. 
Nowadays, Takeda Kahei tries to diversify from producing only Yukata or Tenugui with modern products such as fans, purses and pouches. 
 
Producer:   Takeda Kahei 
Material:   cotton, bamboo
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Product Number 136
Time Until Shipping 1 day
Brand Takeda Kahei
Made In Japan
Alcohol % No
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