Cushion cover – Japanese Matsuri
Here is a beautiful cover of silver pillow with great detail an refinement. Matsuri” means traditional festival. There are many of them in Japan, especially in summer. On this obi, we find the very famous “Gion Matsuri” of Kyoto.
- Materials : Silk, nylon and polyester
- Dimensions : 30cm x 50cm
- Recycled antique fabrics
- Origin : Japan
- Handmade in France, in Albi
- Individually sold without padding
- Reference : HC0055
Out of stock
About this Japanese cushion cover:
The traditional kimono belt called “obi” is a long belt about 4m long and about 35cm wide. Finely decorated and ornate, it is one of the symbols of Japanese aesthetics. When bought new, it costs several thousand euros but, nowadays, the wearing of kimonos having fallen into disuse, there is no shortage of second-hand purchases.
With Monoya Tokyo, we have chosen to give a new life to these wonderful fabrics full of history. Our creations are almost unique because in the best case, we can make only four cushion covers from an obi in good condition.
As the belt is old, there may be some small imperfections even if we choose quality fabrics.
For washing, we recommend dry cleaning by a professional.
As stated in our General Terms and Conditions of Sale, the prices of our items are quoted in Euros, excluding VAT and shipping costs. As micro-entrepreneurs, we are not subject to VAT, according to article 293B of the French General Tax Code, so we do not charge it to our customers.
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