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Edo Komon[Komon Hirose]

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Edo komon Cashmere Reversible Mufflers

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Edo Komon[Komon Hirose]

The three fastidious principles believed by Komon Hirose, who passes the 400 year-old, historical dyeing technology of Edo komon onto today.

Edo komon is a type of komon characterized by tiny dots arranged in dense patterns form larger ones. The Edo komon dyeing technique originated with the samurai –warrior class during the Edo era.

1.Best selected highest quality only of the materials are to be used.

2.The techniques by top grade craftsmen The artist has continued to dye more than 80 years Edo komon, Japanese traditional culture. The works are hand crafted deliberately and patiently by the top class artisans including Yubo Hirose, who is one of as few as 30 traditional craftsmen approved by the government.

3.Works to be proud of to the word and the future All the works are intended to pass down to the generations. Komon Hirose will keep creating works to be proud of worldwide and generations in the future.