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This is a fragment of Tsutsugaki-dyed indigo textile. This one dyed sho-chiku-bai pattern.


Tsutsugaki is a Japanese resist-dyeing technique in which a pattern is drawn on the cloth with glue, the fabric is dyed, and the glue is washed off.


Sho-chiku-bai (松竹梅) is a traditional Japanese term that refers to the three auspicious symbols of pine (matsu), bamboo (take), and plum (ume). These symbols are often depicted together in various forms of art, including paintings, ceramics, textiles, and decorations, and are commonly associated with good fortune, longevity, and resilience.


Measures: 33cm×97cm (12in × 38in) 

Japanese vintage Tsutsugaki Boro fragment

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