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Antique Tomoe Japanese Indigo Ikat

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Destination: Kanazawa, Japan

Named after a famous female samurai, this stunning indigo ikat cotton fabric known as kasuri is at least 100 years old. We purchased it in Wajima, but it originally came from the town of Hakuii, one of the Noto Peninsula's oldest weaving villages. 


Sitting halfway between Kanazawa and Wajima and surrounded by farmland, Hakui comprises just a few houses, and it’s narrow streets are full of flowers. When we showed up, they told us that we were the fir... Read More

Details and Dimensions

13" wide, 48" long. Slight yellowing and age stains. Edges are un-hemmed.  Perfect framed or on a table.

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