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Yatsuhashi (Eight Bridges and the Japanese Irises)

Yatsuhashi (Eight Bridges and the Japanese Irises)

Yatsuhashi  is a bridge built over a stream by connecting narrow boards. The motif of the eight bridges and irises is one of the motifs in the masterpiece of the great classical artist Korin Ogata (1658 – 1716), one of Japan's most famous painters. 

 

  • Information

    Sari Size: 7.2 x 1.1Meters

    Weight: 950g

    Material: The finest Japanese silk

    Colour: Silver gray, indigo, green, ochre. Real gold leaf

    Please note: The colour may slightly vary.

    Wash Care: Dry Clean only

    Comes with a fabric for inner blouse

     

    All Kyoto Yuzen saris are treated with a water repellent finish by Pearltone Co.,Ltd. which is the leading pioneer of the highest quality of water and stain repellent treatment in Japan.

    The silk is vulnerable to water-based stains. The Pearltone finish has made it possible to enjoy the freedom of wearing delicate silk saree without worrying about the weather, or the possibility of food and other stains.

     

    The product is highly effective against oil repellency, stains, mildew and also offers shrinkage resistance; as well as prevention of discoloration of gold and silver leaves.

  • To Customize, Purchase or Inquire

    Please feel free to mail us at: kyotoyuzensarees@gmail.com

¥750,000Price