Nishijin textile, a traditional craft of Kyoto, is used as the label, and the label is likened to an obi belt, and is summarized in an elegant and gorgeous design.
Nishijin-ori is a general term for “yarn-dyed patterned fabrics produced in Kyoto, which is characterized by high-mix low-volume production,” and is characterized by its soft touch.
Nishijin-ori, which has developed in this area, is now famous not only in Kyoto but also in the world as a representative silk fabric of Japan.
There is nothing that cannot be woven with Nishijin textiles.
In addition to the high level of technology that makes it so, it is characterized by the patterns woven with various techniques.