江戸楽6月号に掲載されました。伝統技術がつまった「シケ引き」扇子の復刻版をご紹介

Featured in the June issue of Edoraku Introducing the reprinted version of "Shikebiki" folding fans filled with traditional techniques.

Shikebiki" folding fans with traditional techniques are now back again.This is a reprint of "Shikebiki" folding fan.

The following is an excerpt.

Shikebiki, one of the yuzen dyeing techniques, uses a special brush to draw a fine line pattern that looks like silk thread.

No two shikebiki fans, drawn by skilled craftsmen, of which there are only two in Japan, have the same pattern, and each fan has its own unique flavor.

President Yoshida: "For the reissued version, the fan bone is coated with real lacquer."

The high-quality bamboo produced in Japan is coated with real lacquer to give it a luxurious feel.

A new lacquer craftsman was added to the team this time, and more than a dozen processes, including craftsmen folding the Japanese paper for the fan face and inserting the fan bone between the Japanese paper, took about two months to complete a single piece of fan.

It takes about two months to complete a single piece. This piece is a condensation of traditional Japanese techniques.

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This time, a fan made of ocean dumping plastic, which is under research and development from the viewpoint of SDGs, is also introduced with the flyer.♪

These fans are translucent and very cool. Please look forward to it.


Shimebiki folding fan, double-sided, indigo color, for both men and women [Reprinted edition, Hon Urushi], with paulownia wood box and bag.

 


Shimebiki folding fan, double-sided, purple, for both men and women, with a paulownia wood box and bag.

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