Gujo Indigo Dye is a traditional Japanese "true indigo dye" method that has been passed down to nowadays since the Edo period for over 400 years. The true indigo dyeing techniques that Yasuhei Hishiya, the 14th shopkeeper and who was designated as an important cultural asset in 1977, guarded and maintained throughout his life, is inherited to the current 15th shopkeeper, Kazuyoshi Watanabe now.
The dynamic peacock is drawn on the tapestry with the technique known as "Tsutsugaki" or tube painting. Every pattern for each item is drawn by hand and dyed over and over again with the greatest care.
Tapestry ”Peacock" ￥256,700
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