See how it's made!

See how it's made!

Miura Shibori Scarf

 add to cart

One of a Kind!

Destination: Kanazawa, Japan

Light enough to wear in the spring and cozy enough to wear in the fall, this gorgeous shibori scarf is perfect any time of year. We purchased it in the town of Arimatsu, a shibori center since 1608. Shibori designs have their own names, and the one here is called miura, supposedly named after the doctor’s wife who brought the art of shibori to Arimatsu. While shibori is currently a fashion world darling, there are only a handful of artisans making it in the traditional manner today.


The ancient craft of Shibori, still practiced in Arimatsu today, is a precise resist-dyeing technique. Fabric is folded, twisted, compressed, stitched and sometimes tied to create complex designs. Different techniq... Read More

Details and Dimensions

2 ft long, 13" wide. Comes un-ironed and may be worn as is or pressed. Cotton. Hand wash in cold water as colors might run.

 add to cart
As Seen On
Sf_chronicle Houzz Cn_traveler Refinery29 Thrillist Afar

Welcome Back!

Reset Password

Not a member? Join Bly


STORIES FROM THE STREETS The best of Project Bly delivered to your inbox.


Sign up to stay up to date on all things Bly!

We will never share or sell your email and you can unsubscribe at any time!


Subscribe to our Newsletter for stories about global street markets, street art, street food and more.

Here to shop?

Our online bazaar is currently closed! Sign up for our Newsletter and we'll let you know when we're open for business again!