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Antique Toshitsune Indigo Striped Textile

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Destination: Kanazawa, Japan

We named this antique hand-loomed finely striped indigo textile after the Maeda lord Toshitsune, who cemented Kaga’s reputation as an artistic and cultural center. This fabric is from the tiny weaving village of Hakui, which lies halfway between Kanazawa and Wajima on the windswept Noto Peninsula.


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, we were told that we were the f... Read More

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13" wide, 51" long

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