This beautiful island green yukata is a collaboration with the traditional Japanese craft “Arimatsu-Narumi Shibori”.
The pattern, created by repeated hand-dyeing without using machines, is unique.
The design is based on the image of Amaterasu, the child of Izanagi and Izanami, and features a zipper to make it easier for one person to put it on and keep it in place.
【 Arimatsu-shibori 】
Arimatsu-shibori and Narumi shibori were presented to the Shogunate as specialties of the Owari Clan about 400 years ago during the Edo Period.
The beauty of the shibori patterns became a topic of conversation among travelers on the highway, and Arimatsu-shibori became the most famous product of the Tokaido Highway, and is even depicted in ukiyoe woodblock prints.
In 2007, Aya Irodori apprenticed herself to
In 2017, she became independent and started to develop new products, incorporating modern sensibilities as well as inheriting the traditional techniques.